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К отчёту о работе Московского губернского исполнительного комитета

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19uu

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Mossovet

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"Translation: Towards a report of the work of the Moscow Provincial Executive Committee of Soviets of Workers, Peasants, and Red Army Deputies ; Flag: We will deepen self-criticism in order to improve the work toward building socialism! (Directly below the heading:) From October 1, 1926 to October 1, 1928. Headlines, left to right—poster is divided into three groupings (below the flag) Trade and Cooperation (below “From October 1 …”) Municipal Economy Housing Construction. Individual boxes: • Row 1, column 3: Number of trams in service (816 in 1913, 906 in 1926-27, 1058 in 1927-28) • Row 1, column 4: Length of the sewer network in the city of Moscow (446 km in 1913, 584 km in 1927, 590 km in 1928),During the reporting period, 1,162 residential buildings were attached to the sewer. • Row 1, column 5: Costs of housing construction over the last two years: in 1926-27, 74 million 200 thousand rubles in Moscow, 27 million in the districts; in 1927-28, 86 million 900 thousand in Moscow and 32 million 900 thousand in the districts. Dwellings built: in 1926-27, 387 square meters in Moscow, 231 thousand square meters in the districts; in 1927-28, 479 thousand square meters in Moscow, 289 thousand square meters in the districts. 40% of all funds invested in housing construction is from the budget of the Executive Committee. On housing repairs was spent: forty million rubles in 1926-27; 43 million rubles in 1927-28 • (Next one): o (CITIES OF THE PROVINCE, NOT CITY PROVINCE) Growth of retail trade turnover (in millions of rubles): in 26-27: 1.149 billion in Moscow, 274 million in the city province(?), 193 million in rural areas; in 27-28: 1.215 billion in Moscow, 287 million in the city province, 225 million in rural areas. o Reduction of the (specific?) share of private capital in the retail trade turnover: in 26-27: 33.5% in Moscow, 27.4% in the city province, 12.4% in rural areas; in 27-28: 22.2% in Moscow, 25.1% in the city province, 10.2% in rural areas o For two years, cooperation has increased its share in retail trade turnover by 19.1% in Moscow, 2.4% in the city province, and 5.5% in rural areas. • Growth in membership of the consumer cooperative: (As of the first of the date, roman alphabet: 1/October) 897,000 in 1926; 1,225,000 in 1928 (membership book!) o (Embraced/seized?) by the cooperative: Membership of trade unions in Moscow, 61%; in the city province, 85%, in rural areas(farmsteads?), 87%. o (???) The rural poor are almost entirely (covered/embraced?) by the cooperative. The growth of organization into cooperatives, the rise in the size of the (share means/resources/means of stocks?) gave to the increase in consumer cooperation in the city of Moscow and the province was from 3,168,000 rubles to 9,300,000 rubles (almost three times). • The number of buses in circulation in Moscow: 44 in 1925-26; 102 in 26-27; 128 in 27-28. • Street lighting in Moscow: 11,346 lamps in 1925-26; 15,848 in 1927-28 • Housing cooperation: In Moscow and counties, there exist 412 housing cooperatives uniting about 120,000 shareholders. The sum of the shared capital is 15,600,000 rubles. Cooperatives obtained 123,275,000 rubles in credit before 1928 and 36,000,000 during. As of this time housing cooperatives have satisfied 40,000 shareholders, and with their families 160,000 people. • Trade network: Share of all socialized sectors comprises : In 1926-27: 34.7% in Moscow, 33.4% in cities of the province, 44.1% in rural areas; in 1927-28: 45.3% in Moscow, 34.4% in cities of the province, 47.2% in rural areas • Revolutionary law: In the work of the People’s Courts are participating more than 30,000 people’s assessors. Composed of: Moscow province: 63.4% workers, 0.2% peasants, 23.1% women; in courts of Moscow, 66% workers, 0.1% peasants, 30.4% women; in courts in outlying counties, 28.5% workers, 59.3% peasants, 26.1% women • Length of the water lines in Moscow: 537 kilometers in 1913, 704 km in 1927, 728 km in 1928. Over the last two years, 1133 houses have been connected to the water main. In the province, nine new water mains were built. • Road system of the Moscow province, funds spent: 5.4 million rubles in 1926-27, 6.5 million rubles in 1927-28. During the reporting period, 65 km of roads and four new bridges were built. • Fuel supply: in 1927-28, Moskvotopom supplied 1.16 million cubic meters of firewood to industries and institutions (?). To the population was supplied 1,050,000 cubic meters, and of this 560,000 in workers’ provisions. ; Print Run: 15,000 ; "

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