Factory Accounts, Their Principles and Practice: A Handbook for Accountants and Manufacturers with Appendices on the Nomenclature of Machine Details; the Income Tax Acts, the Rating of Factories; Fire and Boiler Insurance, Etc. Including Also a Glossary of Terms and a Large Number of Specimen Rulings

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