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Bituminous Coal Commission. hearings before the United States Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce, Seventieth Congress, second session, on Dec. 14, 17, 1928

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

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  • United States. -- National Bituminous Coal Commission -- Law and legislation

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The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationii, 53 p
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15297059M

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Coal resources, by J. F. Reese and J. D. Sisler. pt Coal analyses, prepared by U.S. Bureau of mines. Volume 1, Part 4 of Bituminous Coal Fields of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania. Topographic and Geological Survey Commission Volume 6 of Bulletin M: Author: Pennsylvania. Topographic and Geological Survey Commission: Published: Get this from a library! The National bituminous coal commission; administration of the Bituminous coal act, [Ralph Hillis Baker]. Anthracite and bituminous coal; Letter from the Federal trade commission transmitting in response to Senate resolutions adopted J , and anthracite and bituminous coal situation a [United States. Federal Commission] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing : United States. Federal Commission.   records of the office of the bituminous coal consumers' counsel and its predecessors History: Independent Consumers' Counsel, National Bituminous Coal Commission, established by the Bituminous Coal Conservation Act (49 Stat. ), Aug

Bituminous Coal Operators Association (BCOA) is a coal mining lobbying organization. It was founded in by various companies to deal with the UMWA and unionizing of mines during the change from human labor to mechanical labor. The BCOA would strike deals between miners, mine companies, and coal buying companies to provide a steady flow of continuous labor and a steady purchasing price for. Bituminous coal, also called soft coal, the most abundant form of coal, intermediate in rank between subbituminous coal and anthracite according to the coal classification used in the United States and Canada. In Britain bituminous coal is commonly called “ steam coal,” and in Germany the term Steinkohle (“rock coal”) is used. In the United States and Canada bituminous coal is divided. Title Before Senate Unemployment Committee. Washington, D.C., Jan. F.G. Tryon, of the market statistics unit of the National Bituminous Coal Commission, who told the Senate Committee on Unemployment that four years of rising production and employment in the soft coal industry from to left it still short of levels maintained prior to , 1/14/ : Soft Coal, Hard Choices: The Economic Welfare of Bituminous Coal Miners, (): Fishback, Price V.: BooksCited by:

where the books are for use for reference purposes by law clerks. is as follows: the national bituminous coal commission is established under the bituminous coal act of (public. section 20 (b) of which statute provides: "* * * all sums heretofore or hereafter appropriated or made available to the national bituminous coal commission and to the consumers' counsel of the national bituminous. Coal is a rock made of almost pure carbon. The coal in different deposits have different compositions, therefore, coal is classified in various categories. Bituminous coal is the second highest quality of coal (below anthracite) and the most abundant y, bituminous coal comes from fairly old coal deposits (around million years) and exhibits a carbon content that ranges from %. The Act in created the Bituminous Coal Commission. The Bituminous Coal Conservation Act is commonly known as the Guffey-Snyder Coal Act. The Act was later abolished by the Bituminous Coal Act of The New Act regulated the marketing rules and trade in the bituminous coal industry. Bituminous And Subbituminous Coal Combustion General Coal is a complex combination of organic matter and inorganic mineral matter formed over eons from successive layers of fallen vegetation. Coals are classified by rank according to their progressive alteration in the natural metamorphosis from lignite to anthracite.