The Soviet Film Industry

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APPENDIX I
Texts of the Most Important Decrees and Directives Defining the Administrative Structure of the Soviet Film Industry, 1919-1946

A.
DECREE "ON THE TRANSFER OF THE PHOTOGRAPHY AND MOVIE TRADE AND INDUSTRY TO THE CONTROL OF THE PEOPLE'S COMMISSARIAT OF EDUCATION"1
1. The entire photography and movie trade and industry, their organization and the supply and distribution of technical facilities and materials relating to them shall be transferred throughout the entire territory of the R.S.F.S.R. to the control of the People's Commissariat of Education.
2. Toward this end the People's Commissariat of Education is granted the right:
A. to nationalize, by agreement with the Supreme Council of National Economy, any single photography and movie enterprise or the entire photography and movie industry
B. to requisition enterprises and photographic and movie commodities, materials and equipment
C. to fix firm maximum prices for photographic and movie raw materials and products
D. to supervise and control the photography and movie trade and industry
E. to regulate the entire photography and movie trade and industry through the issuance of any necessary direc
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Sobraniye uzakonenii i rasporyazbenii Rabo che-krest'yanskovo pravitel' stva, 1919 [Collection of Enactments and Edicts of the Workers' and Peasants' Government], Moscow, Yuridicheskoyé izdatel' stvo, No. 44, September 10, 1919, art. 433, pp. 473-74.

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