Excerpt from Ninth Annual Report of the Bureau of Industrial Statistics of Maryland, 1900
Believing that. The Bureau was intended to conserve the interests of all classes, we have devoted considerable space to the conditions exist ing in the State of Maryland with reference to agricultural resources and facilities, and it has been our aim, as a basis, to present brieﬂy not only the claims of Maryland for immigrants, but the actual cost of production in certain farm products to verify the oft-repeated statement that farming can be made a most profitable and pleasant avocation.
Reference to the short chapter bearing on the experiment of a State Employment Bureau and a consideration of the small tables, certainly warrants this Bureau in asking the co-operation of the labor organiza tions, as well as the people generally, for the purpose of establishing an Employment Bureau in the State, and to that end seek such assistance in means as will warrant its extension and continuation.
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