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Essay III. Collateral uses derivable from a system of industry houses

Guild Socialists after Guild Socialism: the Workers' Control Group and the House of Industry League

CARR, Francis Howard (1874 - 1969), late Chairman British Drug Houses, Limited, London; Past Pres. Soc. of Chemical Industry and Association of British Chemical Manufacturers

Industry Self-regulation as a Solution to the Reputation Commons Problem: The Case of the New York Clearing House Association

The ‘International Licensing Platform—Vegetables’: A prototype of a patent clearing house in the life science industry

LYNCH, John Patrick (1858 - 1921), JP Co. Dublin; President Incorporated Law Society of Ireland, 1905–06; Vice Chairman, Dublin Castle Red Cross Hospital; Governor of the House of Industry Government Hospitals

BAINES, Frank (1877 - 1933), Consultant to Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., since 1927; late Director of Works, HM Office of Works, in charge of Royal Palaces, Houses of Parliament, Public and Historic Buildings, and Ancient Monuments, and all Works

Diamond, John (1907 - 2004), PC 1965; FCA; Chairman: Royal Commission on Distribution of Income and Wealth, 1974–79; Industry and Parliament Trust, 1976–82; Trustee, Social Democratic Party, 1981–82, Leader of SDP in House of Lords, 1982–88

BOYD, Alfred Ernest (died 1949), Consulting Anæsthetist, House of Industry Hospitals, Dublin; Hon. Secretary Royal Medical Benevolent Fund Society of Ireland; late Visiting Physician Alan Ryan Hospital for Consumption, Dublin, and Hon. Secretary of the Dublin Branch of the National Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis

International Tin Council Case, JH Rayner (Mincing Lane) Ltd v Department of Trade and Industry, Decision on appeal, [1989] 3 WLR 969, [1990] 2 AC 418, [1989] 3 All ER 523, [1990] BCLC 102, (1990) 81 ILR 670, ILDC 1733 (UK 1990), 26th October 1989, House of Lords [HL]

 

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The first house of industry was erected in Dublin in 1704 as a refuge for the destitute and a place of detention for beggars. Increasingly taken up with the care ...

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