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V. I. Lenin

FACTORY COURTS

Written at the end of 1899
 
First published in 1924
in the magazine Proletarskaya
Revolyutsiya
, No. 8-9

Published according to
a manuscript copied
by an unknown hand
 
 

From V. I. Lenin, Collected Works, 4th English Edition,
Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1972,

First printing 1960
Second printing 1964
Third printing 1972

Vol. 4, pp. 297-309.

Translated by Joe Fineberg and by George Hanna
Edited by Victor Jerome


Prepared © for the Internet by David J. Romagnolo, djr@marx2mao.org (September 2001)



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    NOTES

      [115] Marshal of the Nobility -- in tsarist Russia, the elected representative of the nobility of a gubernia or uyezd. The Marshal of the Nobility was in charge of all the affairs of the nobility; he occupied an influential position in the administration and took the chair at meetings of the Zemstvo.    [p. 303]

      [116] Factory affairs boards -- bodies supervising factory affairs in tsarist Russia. As a rule, the boards consisted of the provincial governor, the public prosecutor, the chief of the police administration, the factory inspector, and two factory owners.    [p. 303]