The postal system in Japan

[目次]

  • CONTENTS
  • Chapter I. General Information
  • Section I. Introduction / 1
  • Section II. Outline of Official Organization / 4
  • Chapter II. Mail Service
  • Section I. Origin of Inland Mail Service / 13
  • Section II. Establishment of the New Postal System / 14
  • Section III. Introduction of Parcel Post Service / 16
  • Section IV. Origin of International Mail Service-Introduction of Foreign Mails in the Empire / 18
  • Section V. Postal Convention with the United States of America / 19
  • Section VI. Creation of the Universal Postal Union-Entry of the Empire into the Union / 20
  • Section VII. Parcel Post Conventions and Agreements-Entry into the Union for the Parcel Post as well as for the Exchange of Insured Letters and Boxes / 22
  • Section VIII. Outline of the Growth of the Service / 23
  • Section IX. Classification of mail matter and rates of Postage in force / 26
  • Section X. Special Mail Service in force / 34
  • Chapter III. Telegraph Service
  • Part I. Telegraphy
  • Section I. Origin of the Inland Telegraph Service / 39
  • Section II. Subsequent growth of the Inland Service / 40
  • Section III. Establishment of the International Telegraph Service in the Empire / 42
  • Section IV. Creation of the International Telegraph Convention-Adhesion of the Empire thereto / 43
  • Section V. Junction Lines / 44
  • Section VI. Telegraph Instruments / 47
  • Section VII. Outline of the progress of the Service / 49
  • Section VIII. Telegraph Charges in force / 49
  • Section IX. Special Service of Telegrams / 51
  • Part II. Wireless Telegraphy
  • Section I. Origin of Wireless Telegraphy-Its adoption in Japan / 53
  • Section II. Conclusion of the International Radiotelegraph Convention Introduction of International Radiotelegraph Service in the Empire / 54
  • Section III. Outline of the growth of the Service / 55
  • Section IV. Wireless Telegraph Charges in force / 58
  • Chapter IV. Telephone Service
  • Part I. Telephones
  • Section I. Introduction of the Telephone Service in the Empire / 61
  • Section II. Outline of the growth of the Service / 63
  • Section III. General Remarks on the System in Force / 65
  • Part II. Wireless Telephones
  • Section I. Introduction of Wireless Telephone in the Empire / 73
  • Section II. Later Development of the Service / 73
  • Chapter V. Postal Money Order and Postal Savings Bank Business
  • Section I. Domestic Money Orders / 77
  • Section II. Foreign Money Orders / 78
  • Section III. Postai Savings Banks / 79
  • Section IV. Custody of Bonds / 80
  • Section V. Postal Transfer / 80
  • Section VI. Special Services accessory to Postal Transfer Business / 81
  • Section VII. Payment of Pensions / 82
  • Section VIII. Treatment of Treasury Receipts and Disbursements / 83
  • Section IX. Outline of the Development of the Service / 83
  • Section X. Charges and Special Services on Money Orders in force / 90
  • Section XI. Outline of the Postal Savings Bank and Cheque and Transfer Systems / 94
  • Chapter VI. Post Office Life Insurance
  • Section I. Outline of the System / 99
  • Section II. General Remarks on the System in force / 101
  • Section III. Investment of the Reserve Fund / 104
  • Appendix
  • Chronological Table / 105
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Different categories of Postage Stamps
  • Different categories of Commemorative Postage Stamps
  • The Interior of the lecture-hall of the Training School of Officials / 7
  • The inside of a show room of the Museum of Communications / 9

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この本の情報

書名 The postal system in Japan
著作者等 Japan. Teishinshō
出版元 Department of Communications
刊行年月 1921
ページ数 iv, ii, 114 p., [4] leaves of col. plates : ill.
大きさ 23 cm
NCID BA18382512
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言語 英語
出版国 日本

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