December 1917

Paper Work

Volume 2, Issue 4

WHEN any particular duty becomes in the minds of a vast majority of the officers both a hardship and a nuisance, and when this same majority appears to be of the opinion that much of this duty is unnecessary, it is fair to assume that there is something wrong with the procedure.

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