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1909 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School Jan 1909

1909 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School

Faculty Senate Records

Faculty meeting minutes of the Morehead Normal School for 1909.


Ua99/1 Scrapbook, Bgbu President's Office Jan 1908

Ua99/1 Scrapbook, Bgbu President's Office

WKU Archives Records

Scrapbook created by BGBU president J. Lewie Harman of newspaper photographs highlighting Bowling Green and Kentucky businesses, parks, roads, industry, agriculture and pastimes. The scrapbook is not dated.


Decisions Upon Questions Raised Under Classifications Prescribed By The Interstate Commerce Commission In Accordance With Section 20 Of The Act To Regulate Commerce, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission Jan 1908

Decisions Upon Questions Raised Under Classifications Prescribed By The Interstate Commerce Commission In Accordance With Section 20 Of The Act To Regulate Commerce, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission

Federal Publications

This bulletin, entitled "Accounting Bulletin No. 1," contains the final answers to a series of questions submitted to the Division of Statistics and Accounts since the promulgation of the accounting orders under date of June 3, 1907. The cases selected are those which are regarded as important for the reason that they make clear the meaning or application of the text descriptive of the primary accounts covered by the Classification of Operating Expenses, the Classification of Operating Revenues, and the Classification of Expenditures for Road and Equipment. For convenient reference, the case numbers of Accounting Series Circulars Nos. 12 and ...


Telephone In Cost Accounting: A Novel And Successful Method In Actual Use; Telephone In Factory Cost Accounting, Nelson W. Jarvis Jan 1908

Telephone In Cost Accounting: A Novel And Successful Method In Actual Use; Telephone In Factory Cost Accounting, Nelson W. Jarvis

Individual and Corporate Publications

In every manufacturing plant large enough to employ several hundred persons, as well as in smaller shops where the men are scattered over several floors, one of the greatest problems in connection with a cost system is to secure accurate records of the time each man spends on his jobs without requiring him to walk to and from a time clock to have his cards stamped. This is especially true in shops where men work on a number of small jobs during the day and the floor space covers a considerable area. One solution of this problem would be to ...


New Idea In Time Recording And Its Advantages In Cost Accounting, Robert W. Higgins Jan 1908

New Idea In Time Recording And Its Advantages In Cost Accounting, Robert W. Higgins

Individual and Corporate Publications

The past decade has witnessed important advances in many lines but possibly none has shown more rapid evolution than the science of Cost Accounting. Proprietors and managers have long wanted exact knowledge of the cost of their output and realized the advantage of such information, but even to-day a large majority will admit that they do not know their costs. Many self-styled expert cost accountants have played on this condition of affairs, reaped a harvest for themselves and their employers, and left their clients in a worse state of confusion, than they were before, on the subject of cost, therefore ...


Treatment Of Maintenance And Depreciation Accounts In The New Classification Of Accounts Prescribed For Railroads By The Interstate Commerce Commission; Being A Reprint Of Communications Submitted To The Interstate Commerce Commission By Price, Waterhouse & Company, Price, Waterhouse & Co. Jan 1908

Treatment Of Maintenance And Depreciation Accounts In The New Classification Of Accounts Prescribed For Railroads By The Interstate Commerce Commission; Being A Reprint Of Communications Submitted To The Interstate Commerce Commission By Price, Waterhouse & Company, Price, Waterhouse & Co.

Individual and Corporate Publications

The reprint consists of three separate submissions: I. Some Considerations Affecting Railroad Maintenance Accounts. (Submitted to Professor H.C. Adams, March 8, 1907); II. Depreciation and Renewals of Equipment. (Submitted April 30, 1908); III. Reconstruction or Abandonment of Property. (Submitted April 6, 1908)


Examination Questions Set At Each Examination From November, 1899, To November, 1907, Inclusive Including Also Copy Of The Pennsylvania C.P.A. Act And The Rules Of The Board Of Examiners, Pennsylvania. State Board Of Examiners Of Public Accountants Jan 1908

Examination Questions Set At Each Examination From November, 1899, To November, 1907, Inclusive Including Also Copy Of The Pennsylvania C.P.A. Act And The Rules Of The Board Of Examiners, Pennsylvania. State Board Of Examiners Of Public Accountants

State Publications

The first examination was held in Pittsburgh on November 13 and 14, 1899, and in Philadelphia on November 17 and 18, 1899, thus covering but two days of eight and one-half hours each, or a total of seventeen hours. This examination consisted of questions grouped under four heads � Theory of Accounts, Practical Accounting, Auditing and Commercial Law. From the above date until the close of 1907, twelve examinations have been held, and the same order of subjects was observed until the last one, when ...


Year-Book (Twenty-First Anniversary) Constitution And By-Laws. Model C.P.A. Law. Officers, Committees, Trustees, And Members. Proceedings Of The Annual Meeting At Atlantic City, N. J., October Twentieth--Twenty Second, Nineteen Hundred And Eight, American Association Of Public Accountants Jan 1908

Year-Book (Twenty-First Anniversary) Constitution And By-Laws. Model C.P.A. Law. Officers, Committees, Trustees, And Members. Proceedings Of The Annual Meeting At Atlantic City, N. J., October Twentieth--Twenty Second, Nineteen Hundred And Eight, American Association Of Public Accountants

AICPA Annual Reports

No abstract provided.


1908 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School Jan 1908

1908 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School

Faculty Senate Records

Faculty meeting minutes of the Morehead Normal School for 1908.


Ua99/9 Southern Exponent Of Business Education, Vol. I, No. 2, Bowling Green Business University Jul 1907

Ua99/9 Southern Exponent Of Business Education, Vol. I, No. 2, Bowling Green Business University

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter created by the Bowling Green Business University to promote the school. Includes descriptions of courses, lists of students and alumni and photographs.


Insurance, Solomon S. Huebner Phd Jan 1907

Insurance, Solomon S. Huebner Phd

Solomon S. Huebner Documents

Few branches of industry were characterized during the years 1907 and 1908 by such a mass of new legislation as the insurance business. During these two years the Legislatures of 42 states passed 400 acts covering a great multitude of subjects and distributed as follows...


Ua99/9 Southern Exponent Of Business Education, Vol. I, No. 1, Bowling Green Business University Jan 1907

Ua99/9 Southern Exponent Of Business Education, Vol. I, No. 1, Bowling Green Business University

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter created by the Bowling Green Business University to promote the school. Includes descriptions of courses, lists of students and alumni and photographs.


Classification Of Locomotive-Miles, Car-Miles, And Train-Miles As Prescribed By The Interstate Commerce Commission In Accordance With Section 20 Of The Act To Regulate Commerce, First Issue, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission Jan 1907

Classification Of Locomotive-Miles, Car-Miles, And Train-Miles As Prescribed By The Interstate Commerce Commission In Accordance With Section 20 Of The Act To Regulate Commerce, First Issue, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission

Federal Publications

No abstract provided.


Discussion In Reference To Maintenance And Depreciation Charges In Accounts Of Public Service Corporations Before The Incorporated Public Accountants Of Massachusetts, After Dinner At The Boston Athletic Club, April 11, 1907, Harvey S. (Harvey Stuart) Chase (1861-1946), Incorporated Public Accountants Of Massachusetts Jan 1907

Discussion In Reference To Maintenance And Depreciation Charges In Accounts Of Public Service Corporations Before The Incorporated Public Accountants Of Massachusetts, After Dinner At The Boston Athletic Club, April 11, 1907, Harvey S. (Harvey Stuart) Chase (1861-1946), Incorporated Public Accountants Of Massachusetts

Individual and Corporate Publications

A realizing sense of the fundamental importance of establishing practical standards for depreciation charges in all classes of industries, particularly in public service corporations and in municipal industries, is now becoming evident. Auditors, comptrollers and managers of these enterprises are anxiously seeking for light upon such subjects and all men who make studies of municipal affairs become convinced of the necessity for uniform and standard methods for handling depreciation questions which should be identical in and mandatory upon both public service companies and municipal enterprises.


Discussion In Reference To Maintenance And Depreciation Charges In Accounts Of Public Service Corporations Before The Incorporated Public Accountants Of Massachusetts, After Dinner At The Boston Athletic Club, April 11, 1907, Harvey S. (Harvey Stuart) Chase (1861-1946), Incorporated Public Accountants Of Massachusetts Jan 1907

Discussion In Reference To Maintenance And Depreciation Charges In Accounts Of Public Service Corporations Before The Incorporated Public Accountants Of Massachusetts, After Dinner At The Boston Athletic Club, April 11, 1907, Harvey S. (Harvey Stuart) Chase (1861-1946), Incorporated Public Accountants Of Massachusetts

Publications of Accounting Associations, Societies, and Institutes

A realizing sense of the fundamental importance of establishing practical standards for depreciation charges in all classes of industries, particularly in public service corporations and in municipal industries, is now becoming evident. Auditors, comptrollers and managers of these enterprises are anxiously seeking for light upon such subjects and all men who make studies of municipal affairs become convinced of the necessity for uniform and standard methods for handling depreciation questions which should be identical in and mandatory upon both public service companies and municipal enterprises.


Gilbreth Field System, John P. Slack Jan 1907

Gilbreth Field System, John P. Slack

Individual and Corporate Publications

Organization in the contracting field presents two phases which often seem to greatly diverge. One, the possibilities in theory, and the other, the possibilities in practice. It is in the application of theory, in its reduction to an ultimate working basis, that proof lies. The proof of the pudding lies in the eating no less truly than the proof of theory in the result of its application. The factor which varies, and which often brings apparently logical theories to an unfortunate conclusion, is the difference between working conditions which obtain in actuality, and ideal conditions which unfortunately exist only in ...


1907 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School Jan 1907

1907 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School

Faculty Senate Records

Faculty meeting minutes of the Morehead Normal School for 1907.


Ua99/9 Southern Exponent Of Business Education, Vol. I, No. 1, Bowling Green Business University Nov 1906

Ua99/9 Southern Exponent Of Business Education, Vol. I, No. 1, Bowling Green Business University

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter created by the Bowling Green Business University to promote the school. Includes descriptions of courses, lists of students and alumni and photographs.


Some Aspects Of American College Operational History, David Mccahan C.L.U., Solomon S. Huebner Phd Sep 1906

Some Aspects Of American College Operational History, David Mccahan C.L.U., Solomon S. Huebner Phd

Solomon S. Huebner Documents

Nearly all the twenty years of the operational history of the American College of Life Underwriters coincide with the most extraordinarily turbulent economic conditions ever experienced by this nation. The first two years, 1928-1929, were marked by extreme inflationary bull-racketeering conditions, when men were too busy at money-making to bother with an untried educational idea.


Ua96/1 Southern Educator, Vol. Iii, No. 1, Southern Normal School Aug 1906

Ua96/1 Southern Educator, Vol. Iii, No. 1, Southern Normal School

WKU Archives Records

Newspaper published by the Southern Normal School to advertise courses, publicize events on campus and keep alumni informed.


The Silver Anniversary Of The Cleveland Chapter Of The American Society Of Chartered Life Underwriters, The American Society Of Chartered Life Underwriters Jul 1906

The Silver Anniversary Of The Cleveland Chapter Of The American Society Of Chartered Life Underwriters, The American Society Of Chartered Life Underwriters

Solomon S. Huebner Documents

The American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters is a national body of Life Insurance men and women whose membership is limited to those in the life underwriting field who have passed all the examinations of the American College of Life Underwriters and have met the other rigid professional requirements necessary for qualification in the United States as a Chartered Life Underwriter.


Ua96/1 Southern Educator, Vol.2, No. 4, Southern Normal School May 1906

Ua96/1 Southern Educator, Vol.2, No. 4, Southern Normal School

WKU Archives Records

Quarterly newspaper published by the Southern Normal School to advertise courses, publicize events on campus and keep alumni informed.


The Study Of Insurance In American Universities, Solomon S. Huebner Phd Jan 1906

The Study Of Insurance In American Universities, Solomon S. Huebner Phd

Solomon S. Huebner Documents

The study of insurance in our higher institutions of learning must be viewed as marking a step in that new educational movement, which aims to provide for the training of future business men and which has led to the introduction in practically all American universities of numerous courses in highly specialized branches of business, industry and trade, which, until recently, were regarded as outside the range of college studies.


Municipal Accounting And The Municipal Balance Sheet; Municipal Balance Sheet; Municipal Statistics; Governing Distinctions In Municipal Accounts; Review Of The Comptroller's Annual Report Of 1903, Duncan Macinnes, Richard Marvin Chapman, Edward M. Grout Jan 1906

Municipal Accounting And The Municipal Balance Sheet; Municipal Balance Sheet; Municipal Statistics; Governing Distinctions In Municipal Accounts; Review Of The Comptroller's Annual Report Of 1903, Duncan Macinnes, Richard Marvin Chapman, Edward M. Grout

Individual and Corporate Publications

Papers Read before conferences of city comptrollers, municipal auditors, and accountants, held under the auspices of the United States Census Bureau at Wahsington, D.C., Nov. 19th and 20th, 1903 and Feb. 13th and 14th, 1906. Papers include a Preface; a toast by Edward M. Grout, extracted from the Annual meeting of the American Association of Public Accountants, Hotel Astor, October 17, 1905; Review of the Comptroller's Annual Report of 1903 from the Journal of Commerce, N.Y., Nov. 27, 1905; The Municipal Balance Sheet, 1903, by Duncan MacInnes; The Municipal Balance Sheet,1906, by Duncan MacInnes; Municipal Statistics ...


Contents And Mode Of Stating Executors' Accounts, John R. Loomis, New York State Society Of Certified Public Accountants Jan 1906

Contents And Mode Of Stating Executors' Accounts, John R. Loomis, New York State Society Of Certified Public Accountants

Individual and Corporate Publications

The statute does not prescribe any special form to be adopted by an executor or administrator in making up his account. It simply points out the effect of the account when passed; and indeed it would be quite impossible to state any form which would apply to all cases, except in a general way, as no two estates present exactly the same features and details. The accounting has for its object the furnishing of accurate information as to the condition of the estate so that all persons interested therein may have an opportunity to ascertain positively their rights, to correct ...


Contents And Mode Of Stating Executors' Accounts, John R. Loomis Jan 1906

Contents And Mode Of Stating Executors' Accounts, John R. Loomis

Publications of Accounting Associations, Societies, and Institutes

The statute does not prescribe any special form to be adopted by an executor or administrator in making up his account. It simply points out the effect of the account when passed; and indeed it would be quite impossible to state any form which would apply to all cases, except in a general way, as no two estates present exactly the same features and details. The accounting has for its object the furnishing of accurate information as to the condition of the estate so that all persons interested therein may have an opportunity to ascertain positively their rights, to correct ...


Cost Of Handling Checking Accounts, John F. Wilson Jan 1906

Cost Of Handling Checking Accounts, John F. Wilson

Individual and Corporate Publications

A cost system which would allot to each depositor the amount of expenses entailed in handling his account would undoubtedly be of great assistance to bankers. It is the endeavor of the writer to outline, in the following paragraphs, a workable and economical scheme whereby such a result may be obtained.


Annual Meeting Of The American Association Of Public Accountants, Held At The Hotel Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, On October 23, 24, And 25, 1906; Year-Book 1906, American Association Of Public Accountants Jan 1906

Annual Meeting Of The American Association Of Public Accountants, Held At The Hotel Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, On October 23, 24, And 25, 1906; Year-Book 1906, American Association Of Public Accountants

AICPA Annual Reports

No abstract provided.


Masonic Lodge, Clontarf, Installation Dinner, Menu, 17th February 1906, Masonic Lodge Jan 1906

Masonic Lodge, Clontarf, Installation Dinner, Menu, 17th February 1906, Masonic Lodge

Menu Collection

Installation Dinner, 17th February 1906


1906 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School Jan 1906

1906 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School

Faculty Senate Records

Faculty meeting minutes of the Morehead Normal School for 1906.