Final Report

The Federal Coal Commission. Hearing the end of its official existence, submitted its final report to President Coolidge. In substance the report is no different from several preliminary reports that have been issued from time to time. The Commission declared:

¶That a division of the Interstate Commerce Commission should be created to supervise the coal industry, especially with regard to car supply.

¶That there are inequalities in the wages paid to miners which really require a thorough revision of the entire wage scale—inequalities which were augmented by the recent Pinchot...

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