Congressional Edition Volume . 5543

Congressional Edition Volume . 5543

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...There was no expense for the barn and office expenses for 1900; I assume it was included in the miscellaneous. The Chairman. Any charge for insurance and taxes? Mr. Whitcomb. Insurance and taxes, 46 cents, as compared with 31 cents, a total of $31.90. The Chaibman. Now, did you use any more sulphite per ton in 1907 than you did in 1901! Mr. Whitcomb. 1901, we used 31 per cent; 1907, 27.8 per cent. The Chairman. Yet the sulphite was a good deal higher in cost in 1907 than it was in 1901. Mr. Whitcomb. Yes. sir; on account of wood, that was. The Chairman. Yes'; but the amount of sulphite used in a ton of paper in 1907 was $9.05, and in 1901 $9.02. Mr. Whitcomb. The reduction in per cent is, of course, dependent upon the way the grades run; the grades will vary somewhat. The Chairman. This is the average? Mr. Whitcomb. Yes; this is the average. Our sulphite is a better quality than it was at that time. The Chairman. But you use less of it. Mr. Whitcomb. Use less of it, but producing, I assume, practically the same results. The Chairman. That accounts for the fact that the cost was about the same. Mr. Whitcomb. That is accounted for by the fact of the improved product, I think. The Chairman. Could you give us the cost of the ground pulp in a ton ofpaper for each of the years from 1901 down? Mr. Whitcomb. The cost of ground wood pulp made? The Chairman. No; the cost of ground pulp in a ton of paper. Mr. Whitcomb--1900 $9.54 1904 $11. M 1901 10.00 1905 11.08 1902 9.41 1906 11-49 1903 10.24 1907 12-22 The Chairman. Can you give it for the months of this year? Mr. Whitcomb. January, $12.82, and February, $12.68. That is the cost of ground wood pulp in paper during the two months of 1908. The Chairman. Now, can you give us the labor cost per ton...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236854445