THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-I
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UNLIKE the other departments in the national administra- tion, the title of the department of the Interior does not indi- cate with any clearness the character of the work with which it has to deal. Indeed, the matters assigned to it are so mis- cellaneous and heterogeneous that it would probably be impos- sible to find any simple title that would serve to describe them. It has already been noted, too, in speaking of the Secretary of