The regulation of the oil market, 1919 in Vienna the commercial, trade and industrial policy is years of 20.Jahrhundertes in addition to agriculture and forestry as well as tax and tax policy the third pillar of economic policy in Vienna and lower Austria of the 20s and 30s. She played a crucial role especially in the post-war years characterized by the economy of lack of after the first world war in the lower Austrian domestic politics. While numerous management measures for consumer goods were used. A number of State laws and other standards were created for the lower Austrian agriculture and forestry from 1919. In the frame of the lower Austrian legal order it was standards to promote the economic benefits as well as for the control of the nature and landscape conservation. In this context is about the mole Protection Act 1920, the nature conservation act of 1924, the country cave Protection Act 1924, the potato cancer Act 1927 and the cultural promotion act of 1923 or country wood bodies regulation 1920 to name a few.

In addition but also numerous rules were used regarding the management measures for consumer goods, affecting both agriculture and forestry policy to the part as the commercial, trade and industrial policy. To name a few are here about measures for the management of food, how bread, flour, butter, beer, raspberry juice and milk, beef and veal, potato or freshwater fish, pigs, pork and pork fat, this development will now train in the course of the year 2011/2012 published in the series LawLeaks. Regulation to the sales regulations concerning petroleum on the basis of an authorization of the visting for Commerce, trade, industry and buildings was adopted 1919 a own sales regulations concerning petroleum by the lower Austrian Provincial Government sever for the city of Vienna. So, the product was petroleum at are sold only in accordance with this regulation on September 1, 1919 and involved.