V. I. Lenin

Re Decision of the C.P.C.
On Logging

Written: October 15, 1918
Published: First published in 1933 in Lenin Miscellany XXI. Printed from the manuscript.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, 2nd English Edition, Progress Publishers, 1971, Moscow, Volume 42, page 109.2.
Translated: Bernard Isaacs
Transcription\Markup: D. Walters
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Check delivery figures and results for 1917 and 1918.

What part of the logging organisations are united?

Exact information on the structure of the Logging Department in relation to other institutions.

Practical measures for combating profiteering.

Requisition of all stocks of firewood en route and in Moscow.

Effective measures to have grain{1} carted to the railway stations.{2}


{1} Obviously a slip of the pen. The decision adopted by the C.P.C. dealt only with firewood transportation.—Ed.

{2} This was written by Lenin in connection with the discussion by the C.P.C. of the report of the Board of Three on logging under the Supreme Economic Council. All Lenin’s proposals were incorporated in the decision adopted by the C.P.C. on this question. The latter allocated 100 million rubles for logging operations, demanded an account of their expenditure within a week and ordered the Board of Three, within the same period, to submit more concrete information on the questions formulated by Lenin.

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