A Review of Mining in California During 1921, Vol. 8: With Notes on the the Outlook for 1922, Labor Conditions, Needs of the Industry (Classic Reprint
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For over two years the State Mining Bureau has been carrying on its field work through district engineers in branch offices as shown on the map on the opposite page, and as a result of the personal contact with the mining industry thus achieved, it has been possible to greatly increase the efficiency of the service which the Bureau at all times strives to offer by way of aiding in the development of the natural resources of California.
The personnel of the technical staff carrying on this work in the various districts during 1921 was as follows:
E. S. Boalich, Chief Mining Engineer, San Francisco Field Division.
C. A. Logan, Mining Engineer, Auburn Field Division.
C. McK. Laizure, Mining Engineer, Redding Field Disvision.
C. S. Haley, Mining Engineer, Los Angeles Field Division (January to June).
M. A. Newman, Mining Engineer, Los Angeles Field Division (July to December).
The material offered in the following brief review is a compilation of the notes prepared by the above men, covering various phases of the mining industry which they have observed in the course of their work during the past year. It does not presume to be a detailed record of the mines and mineral deposits of the state, information of that nature being available in the XIV, XV, XVI and XVII Reports of the State Mineralogist, as well as in various bulletins which have been issued on particular branches of our mineral industry.
This review does, however, attempt to convey at a glance some idea of the general mining situation here, in 1921, and to mention items of interest which have been noted during that period, particularly as regards new development and activities, as well as to show something regarding the future outlook for this industry.
It is a pleasure to be able to state, in this connection, that even in the face of slack times in metal mining, California's mineral output as a whole has consistently increased.
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