James Rudolph Garfield (1865- )
James Rudolph Garfield was the first commissioner of corporations of the department of commerce and labor. While in this office he conducted investigations of the meatpacking and petroleum industries which resulted in several indictments and new legislation to regulate these industries. Garfield was appointed secretary of the interior in 1907 by President Theodore Roosevelt.
- 1905 circa 5 years
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