Quartermaster Corps, Hearings ..., Sept-Nov 1918

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590 psl. - ... directly or indirectly interested in the pecuniary profits or contracts of such corporation, joint stock company, association, or firm, shall be employed or shall act as an officer or agent of the United States for the transaction of business with such corporation, joint stock company, association, or firm. Whoever shall violate the provision of this section shall be fined not more than two thousand dollars and imprisoned not more than two years.
769 psl. - Washington, DC The subcommittee met, pursuant to the call of the chairman, at 10 o'clock am in the committee room of the Committee on Banking and Currency, Room 301, Senate Office Building, Senator William H.
690 psl. - It is not only the duty of the War Industries Board to stimulate and expand production in those industries making war essentials, It is equally the board's duty to protect, as far as may be, those industries not immediately essential to the war program. " It is the policy of the board, where retrenchment and curtailment are necessary, to keep alive, even though it be necessary to skeletonize, the enterprises in this group, and not to destroy them.
700 psl. - We will make that a part of the record. (The matter referred to is here printed in full, as follows:) WAR DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF, Washington, January 13, 1919.
438 psl. - GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS FOR HANDLING WOOL CLIP OF 1918. The War Industries Board has fixed the prices of the 1918 clip of wool as established by valuation committees and approved by the Government as those established on July 30, 1917, at Atlantic seaboard markets. These values are...
590 psl. - ... such corporation or firm, shall be employed or shall act as an officer or agent of the United States for the transaction of business with such corporation or firm; and every such officer, agent, or member, or person, so interested, who so acts, shall be imprisoned not more than two years, and fined not more than two thousand dollars nor less than five hundred dollars.
447 psl. - ... later being changed to November 16. They represented a reduction from quoted market prices of about 20 per cent to 30 per cent and applied to all primary civilian purchases as well as to the purchases of our government and of the governments of those countries which were associated with us in the war.1 In accordance with the agreement between the representatives of the cotton manufacturing industry and the War Industries Board, various differentials were fixed at different dates for a full line...
541 psl. - I offer it in the record. (The paper referred to is here printed in full in the record as follows:) WAR DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF THE QUARTERMASTER GENERAL OF THE ARMY, Washington, September 6, 1917.
751 psl. - The letter referred to is here printed in the record as follows: NATIONAL GRANGE, Washington, DC, January 12, 1921.
613 psl. - Representatives, Washington, DC GENTLEMEN: Supplementing my written statement hereto attached but with particular reference to paragraph 4, on sheet w, I refer to the report of RC Marshall, jr., brigadier general, United States Army, chief of construction division, formerly known as the "cantonment division," dated September 30, 1918, and published in the annual reports of 1918 by the War Department, Volume I, folios 1263 to 1308, each inclusive, and Appendix H thereto. It will be noted in the report...

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