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The Resource In the Senate of the United States. March 19, 1884. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Miller, of California, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, submitted the following report. (To accompany Bill S. 1876.) The Committee on Foreign Relations, to which was referred the resolution of the Senate of January 22, 1884, the first clause of which is as follows -- Resolved, that the Committee on Foreign Relations be instructed to inquire into and report to the Senate such legislation as shall protect our interests against those governments which have prohibited or restrained the importation of meats from the United States..., (electronic resource)

In the Senate of the United States. March 19, 1884. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Miller, of California, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, submitted the following report. (To accompany Bill S. 1876.) The Committee on Foreign Relations, to which was referred the resolution of the Senate of January 22, 1884, the first clause of which is as follows -- Resolved, that the Committee on Foreign Relations be instructed to inquire into and report to the Senate such legislation as shall protect our interests against those governments which have prohibited or restrained the importation of meats from the United States..., (electronic resource)

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In the Senate of the United States. March 19, 1884. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Miller, of California, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, submitted the following report. (To accompany Bill S. 1876.) The Committee on Foreign Relations, to which was referred the resolution of the Senate of January 22, 1884, the first clause of which is as follows -- Resolved, that the Committee on Foreign Relations be instructed to inquire into and report to the Senate such legislation as shall protect our interests against those governments which have prohibited or restrained the importation of meats from the United States...
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In the Senate of the United States. March 19, 1884. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Miller, of California, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, submitted the following report. (To accompany Bill S. 1876.) The Committee on Foreign Relations, to which was referred the resolution of the Senate of January 22, 1884, the first clause of which is as follows -- Resolved, that the Committee on Foreign Relations be instructed to inquire into and report to the Senate such legislation as shall protect our interests against those governments which have prohibited or restrained the importation of meats from the United States...
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dictionaries
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United States
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  • 1831-1886.
  • 1830-1894.
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  • Miller, John Franklin
  • Nimmo, Joseph
  • Vance, Zebulon Baird
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  • United States congressional serial set;
  • Senate report / 48th Congress, 1st session. Senate
Series volume
  • serial set no. 2175
  • no. 345
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  • Animal breeding
  • Animal diseases
  • Animal welfare
  • Consumer protection
  • Export controls
  • Exports
  • Food preservation
  • Foreign trade regulation
  • Foreign trade
  • Imports
  • Livestock transportation
  • Livestock
  • Meat industry and trade
  • Pork (Meat)
  • Public health
  • Sanitation
  • State laws
  • Swine
  • Transportation
  • Trichinosis
  • France
  • Germany (to 1949; 1990- )
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In the Senate of the United States. March 19, 1884. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Miller, of California, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, submitted the following report. (To accompany Bill S. 1876.) The Committee on Foreign Relations, to which was referred the resolution of the Senate of January 22, 1884, the first clause of which is as follows -- Resolved, that the Committee on Foreign Relations be instructed to inquire into and report to the Senate such legislation as shall protect our interests against those governments which have prohibited or restrained the importation of meats from the United States..., (electronic resource)
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  • Title taken from opening lines of text
  • The production of Swine in the United States, and the transportation, consumption, and exportation of hog products, with special reference to the interdiction of American hog products from France and Germany, being a supplement to the quarterly report of the Bureau of Statistics on the foreign commerce of the United States for the three months ended September 30, 1883, by Joseph Nimmo, Jr., Chief of Bureau of Statistics, p. 341
  • Appendix, p. 357
  • Minority report follows p. 377
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multicolored
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NB00000063871
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379 p.
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electronic
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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tables
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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(Readex)10DE8A30964241E8
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
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In the Senate of the United States. March 19, 1884. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Miller, of California, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, submitted the following report. (To accompany Bill S. 1876.) The Committee on Foreign Relations, to which was referred the resolution of the Senate of January 22, 1884, the first clause of which is as follows -- Resolved, that the Committee on Foreign Relations be instructed to inquire into and report to the Senate such legislation as shall protect our interests against those governments which have prohibited or restrained the importation of meats from the United States..., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Title taken from opening lines of text
  • The production of Swine in the United States, and the transportation, consumption, and exportation of hog products, with special reference to the interdiction of American hog products from France and Germany, being a supplement to the quarterly report of the Bureau of Statistics on the foreign commerce of the United States for the three months ended September 30, 1883, by Joseph Nimmo, Jr., Chief of Bureau of Statistics, p. 341
  • Appendix, p. 357
  • Minority report follows p. 377
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000063871
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
379 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)10DE8A30964241E8
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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