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" 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. "
The Decline of British Economic Power Since 1870 - Page 199
by M. W. Kirby - 2005 - 205 pages
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Select List of References on Economic Reconstruction: Including Reports of ...

Reconstruction (1914-1939) - 1919 - 47 pages
...the war as regards financial facilities for trade. 51 Committee on shipping and shipbuilding. Reports of the Departmental committee appointed by the Board of trade to consider tho position of the shipping & shipbuilding industries after the war. London, HM Stationery off. [Darling...
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The New Merchant Marine

Edward Nash Hurley - Merchant marine - 1920 - 296 pages
...subsidies is not recommended, other than mail subsidies, which correspond to service rendered." (Report of departmental committee appointed by the Board of Trade...consider the position of the shipping and ship-building industries after the war, Part II, Section 3. London, 1918.) Another incongruity is the insistence...
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Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 24

New York Public Library - Bibliography - 1920
...Great Britain. — Departmental Committee on Shipping and Shipbuilding ("Booth Committee"). Reports of the departmental committee appointed by the Board...of Trade to consider the position of the shipping & shipbuilding industries after the war... London: (Darling and Son, Ltd.,] 1918. 156 p. f. (Cd....
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Economic Statesmanship: The Great Industrial and Financial Problems Arising ...

J. Ellis Barker - Economic history - 1920 - 624 pages
...many trade unionists have hitherto determinedly opposed the introduction of piece wages. The Report of the Departmental Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to Consider the Position of the Engineering Trades, published in 1918, contains the following significant statement of fact and recommendation...
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Zimmermann on Ocean Shipping

Erich Walter Zimmermann - Merchant marine - 1921 - 691 pages
...influence of this British doctrine, and, furthermore, affected by the teachings of eighteenth cen1 Reports of the Departmental Committee appointed by the Board...consider the position of the Shipping and Shipbuilding Industries after the War. London, 1918, p. 106. tury liberalism, other countries, among them the United...
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The Wool-growing Industry

United States Tariff Commission - Wool industry - 1921 - 592 pages
...which illustrate the important position of the British Empire in the industry, are given: l 1 Report of the Departmental Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the position of the Textile Trades after the war. British Blue Book, 1918, Cd. 9070, p. 27. The figures of the Committee...
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American Foreign Trade: As Promoted by the Webb-Pomerene and Edge Acts, with ...

William Frederick Notz, Richard Selden Harvey - Antitrust law - 1921 - 593 pages
...change has taken place. Official committees declare themselves unqualifiedly in favor of combinations. The Departmental Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the position of the engineering trades after the war, declares : We ourselves approve of trade combinations amongst manufacturers,...
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Factory Administration and Cost Accounts: A Reference Book of the Principles ...

Edward Tregaskiss Elbourne - Cost accounting - 1921 - 811 pages
...That this is no over-statement of the case is brought out forcibly in a report * issued in 1918 by the Committee appointed by the Board of Trade to consider the position of the Engineering Trades after the War. The report covers a great deal of ground, but running through it...
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Transportation of Immigrants on American Ships: Hearings...May 4, 1922

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Immigration and Naturalization - 1922 - 12 pages
...mention, however, Is that the first report of a special committee which was appointed by the British Board of Trade "to consider the position of the shipping and shipbuilding industries after the war," was on the subject of " 'Jhe German control stations and the Atlantic emigrant...
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Treaty of Commerce and Consular Rights with Germany: Hearings ..., Volumes 1-6

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - Germany - 1924 - 318 pages
...and C, and quoted comments are from "Reports of the departmental committee appointed by the (British) board of trade to consider the position of the shipping and shipbuilding industries after the war." (Pubished by His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1918.) APPENDIX. "We estimate...
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