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House Committee on Public Printing - 21st R.S. (1889)

Committee Members
Louis P. Wilson, Chair
James A. Breeding
Travis Spraggin Cochran
James Wright Cook
Jacob A. Fields
James Madison McKinney
William Frederick Miller
Alfred Tolar
Thomas Jefferson Towles
• Inquire and report to the House: whether there is any law in force establishing a "State" printing office; how long since the work of instructing deaf mutes at the expense of the State began, what number of competent deaf mute printers have been graduated; how has the experience of other States shown that public printing is done more economically at a State printing office or by contract to the lowest bidder; what amount has been spent for plant and material, and from what fund and by what authority.

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