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The Decline of British Economic Power Since 1870 - Page 199
by M. W. Kirby - 2005 - 205 pages
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Sessional Papers, Volume 106

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1900
...with Appendices, for 1899 ; 1900 (165) XXYI. 837. 2. Development of Patent Office Benefits : Report of the Departmental Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider various suggestions which have been made for Developing the Benefits Afforded by the Patent Office...
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Special Agents Series, Issue 193

Commerce - 1920
...instruments of precision, motor cars, agricultural machinery, sewing machines, pianos, and •watches. The departmental committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the post-war position of this branch of industry was particularly impressed by the great number of small...
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The American Journal of International Law

James Brown Scott, George Grafton Wilson - Electronic journals - 1919
...(St. R. & 0. 1918, No. 1807.) Is. y2d. Shipping and Shipbuilding Industries after the War, Reports of the Departmental Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the position of the. First report (Nov., 1916). The German Control Stations and the Atlantic Emigrant Traffic. Second report...
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The American Journal of International Law

James Brown Scott, George Grafton Wilson - Electronic journals - 1918
...has been made with Italy. Jan. 16, 1918. (St. R. A O. 1918, 52.) l^d. Pre-war contracts, Report of committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the position of British manufacturers and merchants in respect of. (Cd. 8975.) 1jd. Prize court rules, Order in Council...
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The American Journal of International Law

James Brown Scott, George Grafton Wilson - Electronic journals - 1918
...has been made with Italy. Jan. 16, 1918. (St. R. & O. 1918, 52.) lúd. Pre-war contracts, Report of committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the position of British manufacturers and merchants in respect of. (Cd. 8975.) lúd. Prize court rules, Order in Council...
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The Parliamentary Debates, Volume 170

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1907
...Accountants, and the Institute of Directors. The object is to carry out the recommendations of the strong Departmental Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the position ‘of the law relating to Joint Stock Companies. There are several minor provisions as regards debentures with...
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Encyclopaedia of Ships and Shipping

Herbert B. Mason - Naval art and science - 1908 - 707 pages
...Laws on Marine Insurance, which sat under Lord Herschell and Sir Robert Reid, MP ; he also served on the Departmental Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the Mercantile Marine Fund (Light Dues), and on the Committee which, in 1898-99, under the Chairmanship...
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Miscellaneous Series, Issues 90-99

United States - 1919
...100 per cent in 1918 as compared with 1912. The figures for lubricating oils show ( . 1 See report of the " Departmental Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the position of the coal trade after the war," 1918. Commodity. 19 12 19 13 19 14 19 U Imports. Exports. Imports. Exports....
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Pamphlets on Forest Economics, Volume 4

Economics - 1915
...of protection to establish large scale production No particular amount of tariff duties suggested 1 Departmental Committee Appointed by the Board of Trade to Consider the Position of the Electrical Trades After the War, Report, 1918 (Cd. 9072), pp. 8, 9 and 12. > Same, Engineering Trades,...
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How to Make the Railways Pay for the War; Or, The Transport Problem Solved

Roy Horniman - Railroads - 1916 - 348 pages
...system of freight charges. Those who are interested should read the minutes of evidence taken before the Departmental Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the law relating to railway agreements and amalgamation. (Cd. 5927, 1911). Two cases, however, may be quoted...
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