Pulp and Paper Investigation Hearings April 26-May 9, 1908, Volumen5


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Página 3109 - In all tariff legislation the true principle of protection is best maintained by the imposition of such duties as will equal the difference between the cost of production at home and abroad, together with a reasonable profit to American industries.
Página 3017 - Paper stock, crude, of every description, including all grasses, fibers, rags (other than wool), waste, shavings, clippings, old paper, rope ends, waste rope, waste bagging, old or refuse gunny bags, or gunny cloth, and poplar or other woods, fit only to be converted into paper.
Página 3000 - For many years it has been the policy of the Federal Government to encourage and foster the cause of education. Large sums of money are annually appropriated to carry on vocational training. Many millions go into agricultural schools. The general subject is under the immediate direction of a Commissioner of Education. While this subject is strictly a State and local function, it...
Página 3227 - ... embossed, or printed otherwise than lithographically, or wholly or partly covered with metal or its solutions, or with gelatin or flock, 17 per centum ad valorem: Provided.
Página 3315 - That if any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government shall forbid or restrict in any way the exportation of (whether by law. order, regulation, contractual relation, or otherwise, directly or indirectly), or impose any export duty, export license fee, or other export charge of any kind whatsoever (whether in the form of additional charge or license fee or otherwise) upon printing paper...
Página 3315 - BOOKS. 406. Mechanically ground wood pulp, one-twelfth of one cent per pound, dry weight: Provided, however, That mechanically ground wood pulp shall be admitted free of duty from any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government (being the product thereof) which does not forbid or restrict in any way the exportation of (whether by law, order, regulation, contractual...
Página 2991 - ... the soil, with or without irrigation, will be hampered by the increased cost of agricultural tools, fencing, and the wood needed for other purposes about a farm. Irrigated agriculture will suffer most of all, for the destruction of the forests means the loss of the waters as surely as night follows day. With the rise in the cost of producing food, the cost of food itself will rise. Commerce in general will necessarily be affected by the difficulties of the primary industries upon which it depends....
Página 3124 - Mr. GRIGGS. His speech is so prepared that we can read it. Mr. LYMAN. I have come here voluntarily, and I would very much prefer to present our case as we have prepared it, and if you wish afterwards to ask any questions I would be happy to answer them if I can. But I have put some thought on this matter and formulated our ideas into as brief a form as possible, and it is only a matter of fifteen or twenty minutes reading it to you, and I think it touches pretty much every side of the question, and...
Página 3219 - I desire to thank you and all the members of the committee for the very courteous treatment they extended to us and the time given the members of the association when in Washington.
Página 2872 - There should be no tariff on any forest product grown in this country ; and, in especial, there should be no tariff on wood pulp ; due notice of the change being of course given to those engaged in the business so as to enable them to adjust themselves to the new conditions.

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