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Inside the Firm: Mail Order, Efficiency, and Rationalization—From Personal to Organizational Control

ORDE, John Fosbery (1870 - 1932), one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of Ontario since 1920; formerly senior partner in firm of Orde, Powell, Lyle & Snowdon, Ottawa, barristers and solicitors; Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem in England, 1916

SERENA, Arthur (1848 - 1922), JP; FRGS; Knight Grand Cross of the Crown of Italy; Commendatore of the Order of San Maurizio and Lazzaro; Senior Partner in the Firm of Galbraith, Pembroke & Co., Shipowners, Underwriters at Lloyd’s, Ship and Insurance Brokers

MAWSON, Thomas H. (died 1933), Past President the Town Planning Institute, England; late Member Fine Arts Commission; Liveryman of Worshipful Company of Gardeners; Member Art-Workers’ Guild and the Royal Arboricultural Society of Scotland; Consultant to the firm of T. H. Mawson & Sons, of London and Lancaster; Order of the Saviour of Greece, 1st Class

DUNLOP, Thomas (1855 - 1938), Commandeur de l’Ordre de la Couronne, Belgium; Order of St Sava, Serbia; Russian Red Cross Order; Medaille du Roi Albert; JP, DL; Lord Provost of Glasgow and Lord Lieutenant of the County of the City of Glasgow, 1914–17; senior partner of the firm of Thomas Dunlop & Sons, shipowners and grain merchants, Glasgow; Director Royal Bank of Scotland, Scottish Union and National Insurance Co., and Bruce, Peebles & Co., Ltd; Consul for Paraguay

MILLAR, John Alexander Stevenson (1854 - 1938), Writer to His Majesty’s Signet, 1888 (firm, Russell & Dunlop, WS, Edinburgh); Secretary Managing Board of St Giles’ Cathedral; Hon. Secretary to Trustees for the Erection of Chapel for the Order of the Thistle, 1909–12; Chairman Board of Management, Church of Scotland Deaconess Hospital, 1894–1920 and 1934–38; Chairman, General Trustees of Church of Scotland, 1925–38; Agent, Church of Scotland, 1926–38; Chairman Edinburgh Securities Co. Ltd; Director Polmaise Estates

EVANS, Murland de Grasse (1874 - 1946), Major, late 5th London Brigade, RFA; Staff Lieut (1st class) 1915; Member of the International Commission for the purchase of supplies for the Allies, 1916–17; Member of the Royal Institution; Member of the Shipwright’s Company; Rector of Tittleshall with Godwick and Wellingham since 1940; one of HM’s Lieutenants for the City of London; Order of the Medjidieh, 2nd Class, of Takovo (Serbia), and of St Stanislas; sometime a member of the firm of Donald Currie and Co., Managers of the Union Castle Mail Steamship Company, Ltd; inaugurated the first All-British Steamship Service round Africa, 1910


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An order to a broker (for securities, commodities, currencies, etc.) that remains firm for a stated period or until cancelled. A broker who has a firm order from a principal does not have to refer back if that broker can execute the terms of the order in the stated period.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services — Accounting.

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