Criminal receivers in the United States: social and economic problems of the "fence"--the source of organized crime and creator of criminals, submitted to the New York state crime commission, National crime commission, National commissioners on uniform state laws, National trade relations committee of the Chamber of commerce of the United States of America and Association of casualty and surety executives, by the Prison committee of the Association of grand jurors of New York County
G. P. Putnam's sons, 1928 - Law - 143 pages
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11 In New York City the Buyer of Precious Metals
12 Smelters and Kefiners of Precious Metals are Only
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