Publishers Weekly Volume 93

Publishers Weekly Volume 93

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918-01 edition. Excerpt: ... COMMISSION INVESTIGATING BOOK PAPER CONSUMPTION HE first hint of a possible curtailment by Government action in either the kinds or quantities of paper used by book publishers appeared this week in the form of a. questionnaire sent to book publishers by the Federal Trade Commission in connection with the general paper investigation now being conducted in Washington. Not only are publishers asked in the questionnaire to set down the kinds and quantities of paper actually used but they are requested to state the kinds of _books they print. to indicate places in which waste is occurring in book-publishing at present, to state whether they cannot dispcnse with coated papers requiring English clay, and to suggest a committee to confer with the Government on paper matters affecting the trade. Following is the complete questionnaire: FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, VVASHXNGTON, NAIRE son PUBLISHERS or BOOKS Kindly make your answers as accurate and complete as possible and return this schedule not later 31%' _Al3t1'llt: l, if flat zpace provided is not men a ac a iion sees. i. N_anic_and add: -ess_of concern. 2. Give in torder of importance the kinds of books you pnn. 3. Give in order of tonnage consumed the grades of paper_you use in_printing books. 4. Give in order of importance the grades of paper usad by you which you regard as most essential, an reasons. 5. State on_what grades of paper used by you the consumption could be curtailed and the estimated;fCl1lZl1g 05 curtailment that you think possible or eac gra e. 6. Name any forms of waste in _thc book publishing business that ought to be eliminated. 7. State what SBVll1g_ could be made by standardizing the size and q.'l3llt '_ of paper used in your publications and by..
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  • Paperback | 884 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 44mm | 1,547g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236886879
  • 9781236886873