AMENDMENT TO PACKERS AND STOCKYARDS ACT, 1921. HEARINGS, House & Senate, 69th Congress, 2nd session.

Published by Wash., U.S. Gov't Printing Office 1927., 1927
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Publisher: Wash., U.S. Gov't Printing Office 1927.

Publication Date: 1927

Binding: Hardcover


Half-leather binding, marbled end-pages & edges. VG, unmarked. 1. HEARINGS - Comm. on AGRICULTURE & FORESTRY, U.S. Senate on S.4387, A Bill to Amend the Packers & Stockyards Act, 1921. Jan. 1927. 115 pp. 2. Calendar No. 1272 - Senate, Amending the Packers & Stockyards Act, 1921, 9 pp. 3. HEARINGS - Comm. on AGRICULTURE, House of Representatives. on H.R. 11384 .Jan. 1927. Serial O--Part 4. 48 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 028170

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