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THE EXAMINATION OF RETURNS-Continued.

Animal products, .
Clothing, needle-work, etc.,
Dairy products,
Food products,
Greenhouse products,
Hothouse and hotbed products,
Liquors and beverages,
Nursery products,
Poultry products,
Wood products,
Wooden goods,
Other products,
Cereals,
Fruits, berries, and nuts,
Hay, straw, and fodder,
Meats and game,
Vegetables,
Land,

Cultivated land,
Uncultivated land,

Woodland,
Buildings,
Machines, implements, etc., ·
Domestic animals, etc.,

Fruit trees and vines,
Persons employed in domestic manufactures,
Agricultural products,-quantity, value, and acreage,

Names of products,
Acreage,
Quantity and value,
Names of articles,
Hay,
Double returns,
Milk and cream,
Acreage of small crops,

Farmers' accounts,
Agricultural products,-quantity and value,

Names of products, ·
Dairy products,-milk, butter, and cheese,

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Disposition and use of the milk product,

Intricate inquiries,
Farms,
Agricultural machines, implements, etc.,
Buildings,

Description of buildings,
Materials,

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THE EXAMINATION OF RETURNS—Continued.

Value,
Fertilizers,
Fences,
Land,-cultivated, uncultivated and woodland,
Land classification,

Cultivated land,
Uncultivated land,

Woodland, .
Acreage,
Cultivated land (definition),
Uncultivated land (definition),
Woodland (definition),

Principal crops,
Forest products,

Forest fires,
Farm population,
Wages paid in agriculture and domestic manufactures,
Domestic animals, etc.,
Fruit trees and vines,
Silos and ensilage,
Other productive property,
Market for crops,
Special instructions No. 1,

Examination of first day's work,
Special instructions No. 2,

General information,
Peculiarities or complications,
Boots, clothing, etc., including “work on,”
Cider,
Persons employed in domestic manufactures,
Agricultural products,
Fodder,
Cream,
Milk,
Dressed poultry,
Dairy products,
Farm property,
Acreage of each farm,
Capital invested,
Agricultural implements, .
Carts, wagons, etc., and harnesses,
Description of buildings, .
Fertilizers,
Fences,
Land classification,
Cultivated land,

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THE EXAMINATION OF RETURNS-Continued.

Forest products,
Farm population,
Wages paid,

Fruit trees and vines,
The fisheries,

Number of vessels,
Names and description of vessels,
Year in which built,
Where built,
Tonnage,
Registered or not registered,
Months engaged in the fisheries,
Outfit,
Minor particulars,
Apparatus,
Capital invested,
Markets,
Persons employed,
Nationalities,
Women employed in the fisheries,
Wages and profits,
Kind of fish, where caught,
Food fish preparation,
Fishery products (all kinds); description, quantity, value,
Domestic and imported salt,
Accidents,
Motive power,
Machinery, tools, and implements,

General instructions,
Coastwise and ocean commerce,
Libraries and reading roonis,
Schools and school property, •
Industrial statistics of Massachusetts,
Annual schedule,-manufactures,

Circular letter in schedule,
Extracts from annual statistics law,
Certificate,
General instructions,

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The inquiries,
Annual statistics day, and year,
Money values,
Mercantile values,
Book values,
Estimates,
Number of inquiries,
Instructions by mail, .

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THE EXAMINATION OF RETURNS-Continued.

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Explanations,

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Partners or stockholders,

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Capital invested,

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Principal stock used,

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Articles manufactured,
Persons employed,

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Wages paid,

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Proportional business done,

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Weeks in operation,

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Answers,

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Special notice,

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To the manufacturers of Massachusetts, .

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The annual statistics schedule for 1887,

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Changes,

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Special explanations,

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Capital invested,

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Bookkeeper's balance,

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Census statement,

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Articles manufactured, and quantities and selling value
of the same,

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Cotton goods,

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Boots and shoes,

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Clothing,

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Cordage and twine,

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Furniture,

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Leather,

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Woolen goods,

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Inquiries made by a college professor in relation to census
statistics,

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Answers to the inquiries,

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TABULATION,

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Advance in manufactures and the mechanic arts,

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Profitable inventions,

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Computation,

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“Lightning calculators,”

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Expert accountants,

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The metric system,

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Methods of tabulation,
Counting and addition,

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Calculating machines,

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Machine tabulation,

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The "scheme,”

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The “factory system,” .

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Result slips,
Printed or mechanical devices for rapid computation in statistical
work,

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TABULATION-Continued.

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Printed or mechanical devices for rapid computation in istical
work,

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Printed devices :
The self-counting tabulation sheet,

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The valuation, quantity, and number self-counting sheet,

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The slip system,

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The chip system,

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The slip-chip system,

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Bookkeeper's trial balance sheet,

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Percentage charts,

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Addition percentage tables,

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Multiplication proof sheet,

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Record margin schedules,
Coupon schedule,

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Occupation tally scheme, .

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Correlated result slips,

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Improved schedules,

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Improved result slips,

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Mechanical devices:
The abacus adding machine,

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The automatic door counting machine,

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The arithmometer,

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The “Billionnaire " adding machine,

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Benton's counting devices,

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Column adding machines,

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The cylinder adding machine,

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The electrical'adding machine,

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The electrical multiplying machine,

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The electrical tabulating machine,

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Italian tabulating machine,

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The Pascal counting machine,

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The printing tabulator,

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The rotary counting machine,

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Seaton's tallying machine,

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Thatcher's percentage machine

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Other machines, etc.,

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Manner of utilizing machines in statistical work,

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"Consecutivity,"

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Instructions,

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Horizontal addition,

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Physical advantages of machine tabulation,

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Financial advantages of machine tabulation, .

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Statistical advantages of machine tabulation,

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