Chicago Lumberman Volume 42
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. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...the grade and the feetage under those certificates. When I say 'it guarantees,' I mean if it is wrong we will send the buyer who is injured a check fully protecting him again...
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t any financial loss. Now, if the consumers of lumber in this country will adopt the plan that hundreds of them--yes, thousands-have adopted, namely, to stipulate at the time of buying hardwood lumber that the bonded certificate of the National Hardwood Lumber Association shall be the basis, there is not any chance for him to get anything except just what he is entitled to. I might add that this organizazion has been in the field twenty-five years." MR. GO0DMAN--"What percentage of the hardwood industry is covered by it?" MR. FISH----"0ur present membership totals 1,446 concerns. Probably 75 percent of them are manufacturers, and the remaining 25 percent are wholesale distributors. Just what percentage that is of the whole number selling the trade in the open, we don't know, but I would say that fully 95 percent of the hardwood receiving any ofilcial inspection at this time is inspected under the National Hardwood Lumber Association rules and by the National Hardwood Lumber Association." WILSON COMPTON (secretary-manager National Lumber Manufacturers Association)--"The problem, Mr. Secretary, of the lumber industry as a whole that has been discussed here is a somewhat simple one in this sense: It goes to the very root of the basis of competition. Competition cannot be effective nor be expected to be effective, nor fair nor intelligent nor efficient, unless there is some definite unit under which men can compete, a unit of quality and a unit 'of quantity. When in any industry it is difiicult to define a unit of...