The Board of Economic Inquiry Punjab. Farm Accounts in the Punjab 1941-42.Being the eighteenth year of issue summarising the account of 25 holdings of various kinds; with a section on Cost of Different Methods of Well Irrigation in the Punjab.
cash rent or in the case of batai the value of the share of produce received by the landlord) less expenses of cultivation borne by the landlord.. [...] The allocation of the first is in the propotion of manual labour put in on each area and that of the other three in the proportion of bullock labour performed. [...] The following table shows the groupings of the holdings the normal rainfall of their tracts and the nature of cultivation i.e. [...] The areas of the different crops grown on each holding are shown in the Statistical section separately for irrigated and unirrigated lands and the table on the following page shows the areas according to the Agricultural Tracts. [...] (a) Items of Expenditure.—The table on the next page shows the cost per acre of the various items of expenditure for the different types of holdings; full details appear in Statements VII-A and VIT-B and the following table shows the importance of each item of expenditure on a percentage basis.
|Frontmatter||i-ix||D.K. Malhotra, Labh Singh, Ajaib Singh|
|Book I Firm Accounts||1-73||D.K. Malhotra, Labh Singh, Ajaib Singh|
|Book II A Study of the Cost of Different Methods of Well-Irrigation in the Punjab 1941-42||74-100||D.K. Malhotra, Labh Singh, Ajaib Singh|
|Glossary||101-102||D.K. Malhotra, Labh Singh, Ajaib Singh|
|Board of Economic Inquiry; Punjab Classified-List of Publications||i-ii||D.K. Malhotra, Labh Singh, Ajaib Singh|