2 edition of fourteenth annual Co-operative Congress, 1882 found in the catalog.
fourteenth annual Co-operative Congress, 1882
Co-operative Congress (14th 1882 Oxford, England)
|Statement||edited by E. V. Neale ; reported by Henry Pitman.|
|Contributions||Pitman, Henry., Neale, Edward Vansittart.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 142p. ;|
|Number of Pages||142|
results of some co-operative field experiments with sugarcane in natal, by j. lintner and officers of the division of chemical services 47 report on kick growing in coastal areas in natal and zululand, bv j. e. colepeper 57 waste products in natural vegetation', by j. s. henkel 62 an agro-ecological survey of natal, by j. a. pentz Charles Spencer Smith p. Philadelphia Book Concern of the A.M.E. Church Call Number BX S65x (Dacus Library, Winthrop College, Rock Hill, SC). The electronic edition is a part of the UNC-CH digitization project, Documenting the American South. The text has been encoded using the recommendations for Level 4 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines.
Manchester, England: Co-operative Printing Society, The Central Co-operative Board, n.d. Inaugural Address Delivered at the Fourteenth Annual Co-Operative Congress, Held at Oxford [on] 30, By the Right Hon. Lord Reay. Manchester, England: Central Co-operative Board, Full text of "The Methodist centennial year-book for ; the one hundreth year of the separate organization of American Methodism" See other formats.
Under the principle of national supremacy (Art. VI), which immunizes instrumentalities of the Federal Government from state taxation, a Maryland law imposing a tax on notes issued by a branch of the Bank of United States was held unconstitutional. 8. Dartmouth College v. Woodward, 17 U. S. (4 Wheat.) (). The Smithsonian Institution Archives has access to your name and email address which is subject to our privacy statement. Annual Report, Section of Materia Medica: Annual Report, [SIA__B01_F02] Box 1 of Folder 3 Department of Arts and Industries - Section of Materia Medica: Annual and Monthly Reports,
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The Co-operative Congress is the national conference of the UK Co-operative Movement. The first of the modern congresses took place in following a series of meetings called the "Owenite Congress" in the s of Co-operatives UK (previously the Co-operative Union) send delegates to the annual congress, where reports of national bodies are made and.
The President of Co-operative Congress has been a prominent position in the British co-operative movement. Co-operative Congress is the national conference for the movement.
Beginning with the first modern Congress ina Congress President was elected to preside over the event: to begin with, a President was elected for each day of Congress, but from a single. The Fourteenth Congress of the C.P.S.U.(B.) 1 DecemberIf we compare the output of state and co-operative industry, associated in one way or another, with the output of private industry, we get the following: inthe output of state and co-operative industry amounted to per cent of the total industrial output for.
Full text of "Some books on economic and social subjects in the Students' Library, Toynbee Hall. " See other formats. Miscellaneous art exhibition catalog collection, American Artists Congress Annual Exhibition, May1 16 1 Fourteenth Annual Report.
Full text of "Fourteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of Statistics and Information of Maryland. " See other formats. Wright, Carroll Davidson, Early factory labor in New England: (from the Fourteenth Annual Report of the Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor for ) / (Boston: Wright & Potter Print.
Co., ), also by Harriet Jane Hanson Robinson, Carroll D. Wright, and Massachusetts. Bureau of Statistics of Labor (page images at HathiTrust). the works upon the co operative plan. The committee on sewers met Tites-day afternoon and agreed to post no as action on the proposed sewer on Wash ington avenue south from Cedar to Twenty-first avenue south and thence to Fourth 3treet, to give property own ers an opportunity of filing their peti tions or entering their objections as they see fit.
Stalin, Political Report of the Central Committee to the Fourteenth Congress of the C.P.S.U.(B.), Decem (see Works, Vol. 7, pp. This refers to the declaration of bankers, industrialists and merchants of the United States, Britain and other countries, published in Octobercalling for the removal of the tariff.
Also as of September 1st,in perpetuity, the Fort Wayne and Jackson Railroad, miles, at an annual rental of five and one-half per cent. upon its preferred stock (rental, ,). These leases were made, after long and careful consideration, to protect the interests of.
Busing of Schoolchildren: Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-Fifth Congress, First Session, on S.To Insure Equal Protection of the Laws As Guaranteed by the Fifth or Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, June 15 and 16 and July 21 (Washington: GPO, ), by.
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT. REPORT OF PRINCIPAL OF CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL. Wales C. Martindale, Superintendent of Schools: I herewith submit my annual report of the Central High School for the year ending June, In submitting my annual report, I desire to say that the year has been one full of hard work and great responsibility.
The Library of Congress > Chronicling America > Sacramento daily record-union. > > Image 3 Search America's historic newspaper pages from or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between. The Chinese Exclusion Act ofwhich received strong support in Congress, was designed to end the steady flow of Chinese immigration to the West Coast by barring Chinese immigrants for a period of ten years.
The ban continued, however, when the act was renewed and then extended in It was not removed from law until The Co- Operative Societies Act, ACT NO. 2 OF 1 [ 1st March, ] WH An Act to amend the Law relating to Co- operative Societies.
Short title and extent. (1) This Act may be called the Co- operative Societies Act, ; and 1. This Act has been declared to be in force in the Sonthal Parganas by notification under s.
3 ofFile Size: KB. Susan B. Anthony Collection - Annotated Bibliography With Inscriptions. Transcribed and Edited by Rosemary Fry Plakas American History Specialist, Rare Book and Special Collections Division. In woman suffrage pioneer Susan B. Anthony () donated her personal library to the Library of Congress.
(a) the Co-operative Societies Act, ; and (b)  the Bombay Co-operative Societies Act,as applicable to the District of Karachi. (2) Every society now existing which has been registered under the Co-operative Societies Act, , or under the Co-operative Societies Act, , shall be deemed to be registeredFile Size: KB.
Congress recognized the identity of the two classes of co-operatives, and the distinction between agricultural stock co-operative corporations and ordinary business corporations, also, by providing in the Revenue Act ofc.
27, pt. III, (44 Stat. 39; 26 USCA ), that exemption from the income tax was not to be denied 'any such (co. "A Treatise on the Patriarchal, or Co-operative System of Society, As it Exists in Some Governments, and Colonies in America, and in The United States, Under the Name of Slavery, With its Necessity and Advantages, by an Inhabitant of Florida." 3: Tremain, Mary.
"Slavery in the District of Columbia. Sunrise Co-operative Farm Community. Papers, 21 items. Founder and secretary,of Sunrise Co-operative Farm Community, a libertarian collectivist colony established in Alicia, Michigan,and reestablished in Samos, Virginia.
The Front Bench steadfastly refused to allow the Congress to be used for promotion of this object, and were exposed in return to what the Congress in declared to be "a cowardly, false, and slanderous attack, an attempt at moral assassina- tion.".The School of Social Work Library Charities Collection is composed of the donation made by The Boston Children's Aid Society of their Library to the Simmons School of Social Work (SSW) inand the collection of Donald Moreland.
The Charities Collection contains annual reports, pamphlets, and sermons of private charities, public welfare agencies, and hospitals in Boston. In his own economic philosophy Dr. Ingram has given us certain principles which help us to assign to him his place in the history of economic thought.
Dr. Ingram was first of all a follower of Auguste Comte, but as an economist he was most in sympathy with the German historical school, Roscher, Knies, Schmoller and others associated with them in Germany and elsewhere.