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HEARINGS

BEFORE THE
COMMITTEE ON FINANCE
UNITED STATES SENATE
EIGHTY-FIRST CONGRESS
FIRST SESSION

ON

H. R. 1211
AN ACT TO EXTEND THE AUTHORITY OF THE
PRESIDENT UNDER SECTION 350 OF THE
TARIFF ACT OF 1930, AS AMENDED,

AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

PART 1
FEBRUARY 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, AND 23, 1949

Printed for the use of the Committee on Finance

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1949

197

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE

WALTER F. GEORGE, Georgia, Chairman
TOM CONNALLY, Texas

EUGENE D. MILLIKIN, Colorado
HARRY FLOOD BYRD, Virginia

ROBERT A. TAFT, Ohio
EDWIN C. JOHNSON, Colorado

HUGH BUTLER, Nebraska
SCOTT W. LUCAS, Illinois

OWEN BREWSTER, Maine
CLYDE R. HOEY, North Carolina

EDWARD MARTIN, Pennsylvania
J. HOWARD MCGRATH, Rhode Island JOHN J. WILLIAMS, Delaware

ELIZABETH B. SPRINGER, Acting Clerk

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Text of H. R. 1211...

Statement of

Anderson, Andrew W., chief, Commercial Fisheries Branch, Fish and

Wildlife Service, Interior Department ----

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741

Anthony, Richard H., secretary, American Tariff League.-

391
Blodget, Rush M., representing Oil Producers Agency of California.
Brown, Russell, B., representing Independent Petroleum Association 437
Brown, Winthrop G., Chief of the Division of Commercial Policy,

Committee for Reciprocity Information, Department of State ---58, 836

Bryant, Harold, representing the Potato Growers of the United

States.------

Canfield, Robert E., representing American Paper and Pulp Associa-

tion.-----

Carnow, Abraham, president, American Watch Assemblers Associa-

tion.---

550

Cenerazzo, Walter W., national president, American Watchworkers
Union.----

325

Clayton, William L., former Under Secretary of State.------

155

Coe, H. L., representing Bicycle Institute of America, Inc.--------- 383

Coleman, J. P., representing North Texas Oil and Gas Association.-- 474

Coulter, Dr. John Lee, consulting economist, in behalf of National

Renderers Association.------

360

Del Torchio, John, president, Cape Ann Fisheries, and president

Gloucester Fisheries Association.

777

Downing, Warwick M., Denver, Colo.--

482

Francis, Joseph H., executive secretary, National Board of Fur Farm

Organizations.----

691

Franklin, Wirt, independent oil operator, Ardmore, Okla..

449

Fulham, Thomas A., president, Federated Fishing Boats of New

England and New York, Inc., Boston, Mass.---

789

Gregg, John Price, Commissioner, United States Tariff Commission.. 795

Goss, Albert S., Master the National Grange.-----

539
Hardey, B. A., independent oil producer, Shreveport, La--

470
Jackson, Charles E., general manager, National Fisheries Institute.-- 707
Katz, Benjamin, S., chairman, executive committee, American Watch

Assemblers Association.--
Lodge, Hon. Henry Cabot, Jr., a United States Senator from the State

of Massachusetts.--.
Long, W. Lunsford, vice president and general counsel, Tungsten

Mining Corp., Warrenton, N. C..

Lyne, Daniel J., representing trustees in possession of Waltham Watch

Co

281

MeHugh, Patrick J., secretary-treasurer, Atlantic Fisherman's Union. 773
Martin, Robert F., executive secretary, Vitrified China Association.. 420
Mollin, F. E., executive secretary, American National Livestock As-

sociation.-cec
Murphy, C. H., Jr., independent oil operator, Arkansas.-
Ogg, W. R., on behalf of Allan B. Kline, president, American Farm
Bureau Federation.---------------------------------

225
Parker, Lewis R., executive vice president, Albany Felt Co., appear-

ing on behalf of the Woven-Woolen Felt Industry ---------------
Partridge, Harold T., retail jeweler, Boston, Mass ----
Pound, Walker T., oil and gas conservation department, Oklahoma

Corporation Commission, on behalf of Hon. Roy J. Turner, Gov-

ernor of the State of Oklahoma --
Richmond, Howard, vice president, Crompton-Richmond Co.-------

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