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Page iv - December 1936 to Inquire, with the cooperation of Industry, labor, and governmental and private agencies. Into the extent of recent changes In Industrial techniques and to evaluate the effects of these changes on the volume of employment and unemployment.
Page iv - To this end, many governmental agencies whlchare the collectors and repositories of pertinent information were invited to cooperate. The cooperating agencies of the United States Government include the Department of Agriculture, the Bureau of Mines of the Department of the interior, the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the Department of Labor, the Railroad Retirement Board, the Social Security Board, the Bureau of Internal Revenue of the Department of the Treasury, the Department of Commerce, the Federal...
Page iv - Hopkins authorized the establishment of a research program for the purpose of collecting and analyzing data bearing on problems of employment, unemployment, and relief. Accordingly, the National Research Program was established in October 1936 under the supervision of Corrington Gill.
Page iv - Flnancewere appointed, respectively, Director and Associate Director of the Project. The task set for them was to assemble and organize the existing data which bear on the problem and to augment these data by field surveys and analyses. To this end, many governmental agencies whlchare the collectors and repositories of pertinent Informatlonwere Invited to cooperate.
Page iv - Interior, the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the Department of Labor, the Railroad Retirement Board, the Social Security Board, the Bureau of Internal Revenue of the Department of the Treasury, the Department of Commerce, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Tariff Commission. The following private agencies Joined with the National Research Project In conducting special studies: the Industrial Research Department of the University of Pennsylvania, the National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., the...
Page iii - Work Projects Administration, National Research Project, in co-operation with Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines. Technology, Employment, and Output per Man in Petroleum and Natural-Gas Production.
Page 68 - Creek, any of the tailings, bowlders, cobble stones, gravel, sand, clay, debris or refuse matter from any of the tracts of mineral land or mines described in the complaint. And also from causing or suffering to flow into said rivers, creeks, or tributary streams aforesaid therefrom, any of the tailings, bowlders, cobble stones, gravel, sand, clay, or refuse matter resulting or arising from mining thereon.
Page iv - Gill. Assistant Administrator of the WPA, who appointed the directors of the individual studies or projects. The Project on Reemployment Opportunities and Recent Changes in industrial Techniques was organized in December...