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We also ask that you: Make non-commercial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for personal, non-commercial purposes. There have been important shipments through Seattle to Russia. Refrain from automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. Lumbering in the Pacific Northwest has shown improvement dming the year. 1 Dec.1 Average ,571,996.90 13,458,719.25 10,784,935.50 16,739,094.30 10,553,832.15 15,373,932.12 Table 10. It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. High wages are paid to miners, .50 per day being reported for Arizona. A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. Ca U- fomia ranks first in production of gold, Nevada first in silver and third in gold and in copper, Arizona first in copper, Utah second in copper and third in silver. 1 Dec.l •Average ,121,956.46 4,027,060.55 2,857,018.60 2,762,431.00 2,001,720.87 2,391,960.38 Digitized by Vj OOQ IC 470 ANNUAL REPORT OP THE FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD.

Copyright infringement liability can be quite severe. Digitized by Vj OOQ IC Digitized by Vj OOQ IC ANNUAL REPORT OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD. SI, 1916, as reported by Federal Reserve agent^—Continn Qd, ISSUED TO FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS. Conmaerce with Alaska is steadily increasing, the large salmon catch and large output of copper (amoimting this year to ,000,000) Digitized by Vj OOQ IC 464 ANNUAL BEPOBT OF THE FEDEBAL BB^^YE BOABD. Indications point to a total trade widi Alaska during 1916 in excess of 0,000,000.

Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. Shipbuilding on the Pacific coast has developed with great strides, 30 per cent of the total construction in the United States now being carried forward at Pacific coast ports. Table 11.— Go W settlement fund— Tabulation of transfers for calendar year 1916, [GOO'S omitted.] For aoooont of— Boston: Special transfers Settlements New York: Special transfers Settlements Philadelphia Cleveland Riofamond Atlanta: Special transfers. Louis: Special transfers Settlements Minneapolis Kansas City Dallas: Special transfers Settlements , Federal Reserve Agent Gold deposited through assistant treasurer of United States, San Francisco Misoell BDeous Total. SI, 885 108,871 33 221 30 847 10,807 564 1,064 922 8,820 8,100 128,880 We credit fund. %i,m 8,808 8,886 1,008 10,989 6,154 444 10,371 51 9,0» S, S80 4,170 W. — Federal Resettle notes issued and redeemed by Federal Reserve Agent during 1916.

Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. In shipyards of San Fran- cisco, Portland, and Seattle 74 vessels are now imder way, averaging 5,858 tons each, compared with 356 vessels averaging 3,050 tons each, elsewhere in the United States. 1 Mayl June 1 Jolyl 2,906.79 872,8ia07 1,240,602.46 1,482,850.03 1,723,802.40 2,190,104.02 5,280,131.11 1910. 16,258 10,035 8,841 4,110 1,029 1,415 21,700 0,718 1,528 11,205 747 12,840 26,480 4,170 126,271 Net.

Digitized by Vj OOQ IC AKin JAL BEPOBT OP THE FEMIRAL BESBBVE BOABD. 8,600,000 1,236,960 3,840,000 1,280,965 5,440,000 1,108,620 950,000 66,750 730,000 44,400 14,660,000 Retired 8,727,606 Outstanding 2,373,040 2,550,035 4,331,380 883,250 685,600 10,832,306 HIchmond: Issued 9,079,300 3,413,320 10,067,700 8,167,700 9,264,400 2,606,710 1,887,200 1,011,850 717,000 385,300 81,015,600 10,584,880 Retirsd Ootstandt DK 5,665,980 6,900,000 6,657,690 875,350 331,700 20,430,720 :^=^=^sss Digitized by Vj OOQ IC 48 ANKUAL BSPORT OF THE r BDBKAI. Retired 13^QS7,000 3,231,790 8^129,900 1,302,600 6,^2,000 334,500 896,000 316,360 20,000 27,420,080 5,185,249 Ontstandinjr 9,835,210 6,823,400 4,977,500 578,650 20,000 22,234,29 Issued.

should be made to the Federal Reserve Act, the Board has been im- pressed with its duty to keep in close touch with the situation and to control as far as possible conditions resulting from either an exces- sive inflow or outgo of gold. BSSOMf E BOAISDU Fedefol Seterwe notn bp dmotrnnatwn^ imiud through the Ftdeni Buene «ya»(« tm- Bank. 8,624,750 3,707,580 13,675,400 5333,76S 11,608,000 8,594,300 2,230,000 1,149,850 2,130,080 770, «0 38,258,730 H, 496, 835 R^ii^ Ontstandtnir 4,917,170 8,341,635 8,074,380 1,070,150 1,359,600 23,782,856 Sua Fnnci Mo: lesmd 6y 440,099 2,928,110 2,360y009 1,6*1,209 5,200,000 266^400 2,000,009 19,900 3,600,000 20,380 19,800,000 4,818,910 Retired 2,511,890 1,775,800 4,933,600 1,980,100 3,579,700 n,;s,90t Total Issued 160,589,790 67,673^180 147,353,940 47,585,840 91,890,540 17,624,040 13,962,400 4,068,600 16,836,300 3,550,180 430,612,030 130,501.760 Total retired Total outstai Hling 102,896,570 99,767,200 74,266,690 9,893,809 13,286,200 300,110,2:0 Digitized by Vj OOQ IC AWBTUAL, BBPOBT OW THE FBDBRAL RB8BEVE BOABD.

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