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(REFERENCES ARE TO PARAGRAPH NUMBERS.] ACTS TO REGULATE COMMERCE: defined ...

9 not repealed or modified by Trade Commission law...

89 AGENTS: criminally liable for corporations' violations.

73 liable for violation of Wilson law.....

100 AGREEMENT: in restraint of trade unlawful

92, 94 in restraint of import trade unlawful...

100 AGRICULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS NOT FOR PROFIT: excepted from provisions of anti-trust acts...

48 members of, also excepted... ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS OF TRADE COMMISSION: to be under oath if required....

19 may be compelled by court order.

80 criminal offense to refuse to make.

35 ANTI-TRUST LAWS:

defined in Trade Commission law to include Sherman anti

trust law and sections 73 to 77 as amended of the Wilson
tariff law

10 defined in Clayton law to include: Sherman anti-trust law......

40 sections 73 to 77 as amended of the Wilson tariff law and

the Clayton law itself.... Federal Trade Commission law not included in...

10, 40 not repealed or modified by Trade Commission law.

89 APPEALS. (See Circuit Court of Appeals; Supreme Court.) ASSOCIATIONS (see Persons; Labor; Corporations): defined as included within word “persons”...

99 Clayton law includes all, whether for profit or not for profit... 40 for profit only under Trade Commission law.

7, 48 ATTEMPT TO MONOPOLIZE: a misdemeanor

93 ATTORNEY GENERAL:

to direct institution of proceedings under Sherman, Wilson and Clayton laws....

.74, 95, 101 upon application of, Trade Commission to investigate, etc.... 22 upon application of, District Courts to issue writs of mandamus to compel compliance with Trade Commission's order 81

40

12

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ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued.
to prosecute for recovery of forfeitures....

37
Interstate Commerce Commission to report violations of Clay-
ton law by common carriers to...

62
ATTORNEY'S FEES:

recoverable for person injured under Sherman, Clayton and

Wilson laws, but not under Trade Commission law....45, 98, 104
BANKS (see Corporations; Interlocking Directors):

Trade Commission has no power to prevent banks from using

unfair methods of competition....
Trade Commission act applies to banks in following particu-
lars:
commission may investigate manner in which decree

against banks in anti-trust proceeding has been or is
carried out

20
upon the direction of the President or either house of

Congress commission may investigate and report facts
relating to any alleged violation of anti-trust laws by
banks

21
upon the application of the attorney general commission

may investigate and recommend readjustment of busi-
ness of banks violating anti-trust acts....

22
commission may classify corporations...

24
commission may investigate trade conditions with foreign

countries affecting foreign trade with the United States 25
class A director of Federal Reserve Bank may be officer and
director of one member bank....

55
mutual banks without shares of stock not subject to inter-
locking provisions

55
ownership of stock in other corporations for investment not
prohibited

51
BOARD. (See Commission or Board.)
BOOKS OF CORPORATIONS. (See Documentary Evidence;

Commission, Powers of.) )
BOYCOTTING:
power of court to enjoin, limited.......

82, 83
BRANCH LINES. (See Common Carriers.)
BUREAU OF CORPORATIONS:
abolished

4
pending investigations to be continued by Trade Commission
“CEASE AND DESIST” ORDERS. (See Federal Trade Com-

mission; Interstate Commerce Commission; Federal Reserve

Board; Circuit Court of Appeals; Commission.)
CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS:
jurisdiction of:

to enforce provisions of sections 2, 3, 7, and 8 of Clay-
ton law

66
same jurisdiction at suit of party as in suit by commission

for enforcement of commission's or board's order...... 14, 67

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CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS—Continued.
jurisdiction of continued.

may review commission's or board's order at suit of
party thereto

14, 67
may order additional evidence to be taken before the
commission or board....

13, 66
exclusive jurisdiction to enforce, set aside or modify
commission's or board's order..

15, 68
decree of, subject to review by Supreme Court upon
certiorari

13, 66
no power to relieve from liability under anti-trust laws.. 16, 69
expedition of hearings to be granted..

16, 69
no provision for taking testimony in court, except upon

application for leave to adduce additional evidence be-
fore the commission or board........

13, 66
procedure in, by commission or board to enforce its order.... 13, 66
review of commission's or board's order by parties as follows:
petition to be filed.......

14, 67
copy of petition to be served upon commission or board.. 14, 67
commission or board then to serve and file transcript of
record

14, 67
proceedings to be expedited..

16, 69
commission's or board's findings of facts conclusive if sup-
ported by testimony.....

13, 66
subpoenas may run into any other district.

29, 72

venue:

in proceedings to enforce commission's or board's orders,

the circuit where violation is committed or where per-
son accused resides or transacts business..

18, 66
see also

71
CLAYTON LAW (also known as SUPPLEMENTAL ANTI-

TRUST ACT or SUPPLEMENTAL SHERMAN LAW).... 40-91
CLASS A DIRECTOR OF RESERVE BANK:
may be officer and director of one member bank..

55
COMBINATION:
in restraint of import trade, unlawful.....

100
in restraint of interstate and foreign commerce, unlawful... 93
COMMERCE:
limited to interstate and foreign commerce...

41
Philippine Islands excepted in Clayton law...

41
COMMISSION OR BOARD-PROVISIONS COMMON TO

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, INTERSTATE COM-
MERCE COMMISSION AND FEDERAL RESERVE
BOARD (see Federal Trade Commission; Interstate Commerce
Commission; Federal Reserve Board):
powers and jurisdiction of commissions and board:

to order compliance with sections 2, 8, 7 and 8 of Clay-
ton law where applicable....

64

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COMMISSION OR BOARD-Continued.
powers and jurisdiction of commissions and board-continued.

to prevent restraint of commerce or tendency to create
monopoly by stock ownership by

1. one corporation in a competing corporation...... 49
2. one corporation in two or more companies com-
peting

50
to order compliance with provisions against interlocking
directors (see Interlocking Directors)......

64
to issue and serve complaint if of the opinion law has
been violated

13, 65
to hold hearings at least 30 days after service of com-
plaint

13, 65
to permit intervention by third persons.

13, 65
to issue “cease and desist” orders....

13, 65
to make findings of fact which shall be conclusive if sup-
ported by testimony....

18, 65
to institute suit in circuit court of appeals to enforce
orders

13, 66
no power to prevent stock ownership for investment pur-
poses

51
no power to relieve from liability for violation of anti-
trust laws

16, 69
no power to prevent legitimate formation of and stock
ownership in subsidiary corporations..

51
proceedings before:

commission or board to file complaint only when it has

reason to believe law has been violated. (For excep-
tions see heading “FEDERAL TRADE COMMIS-
SION: Powers Peculiar to”)...

13, 65
hearing after 30 days..

13, 65
intervention permitted

13, 65
report in writing to be made if commission or board is
of opinion law has been violated.....

13, 65
findings of fact to be made as part of report.

13, 65
commission or board may modify report or order without

additional testimony before transcript filed in court,

or after additional hearing taken under court order..13, 65, 66
commission or board may issue “cease and desist” orders.. 13, 65
commission or board may apply to circuit court of appeals
for enforcement of orders.....

13, 66
review of commission's or board's order by party in circuit
court of appeals

14, 67
COMMISSIONERS. (See Federal Trade Commission.)
COMMON CARRIERS (see Interlocking Directors):

Trade Commission has no power to prevent common carriers

from using unfair methods of competition...

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20

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COMMON CARRIERS-Continued.

Trade Commission law applies to common carriers in following
particulars:
commission may investigate manner in which decree

against common carriers in anti-trust proceeding has

been or is being carried out.....
upon the direction of the President or either house of

Congress commission may investigate and report facts
relating to any alleged violation of anti-trust acts by
common carriers

21
upon the application of the attorney general commission

may investigate and recommend readjustment of busi-
ness of common carriers alleged to be violating anti-
trust acts

22
commission may classify corporations

24
commission may investigate trade conditions with foreign

countries affecting foreign trade with the United States 25
Clayton law applies to common carriers in following particu-
lars:

elimination of competition by stock ownership prohibited. 49, 50
stock ownership in branch and construction lines permitted 52
interlocking between common carrier corporations and

supply, financial or construction companies subjects
their relations to regulation....

60
interlocking of directors, etc., between railroad common

carriers not prohibited...
criminal liability of director, agent, manager or officer... 63
regulations for interlocking with supply and other com-
panies prescribed

60, 62
offenses against regulation of relations with such com-
panies may be criminal....

61
stock ownership in other corporations for investment not
prohibited

51
embezzlement by director, officer or manager of common
carrier a felony..

58
injunctive relief may be granted against any common car-

rier for violations of such provisions of anti-trust laws
as are not within jurisdiction of the Interstate Com-
merce Commission

75
COMPETITION (see Substantial Lessening of Competition):

substantial lessening of competition by tying contracts de-

clared unlawful
elimination of, by price discrimination unlawful.

43
tying clause contracts, etc., unlawful....
labor excepted

48
control of, by stock ownership regulated and forbidden...... 49, 50
elimination of, by interlocking directors in corporations other
than banks and common carriers, prohibited..

56
regulations concerning supply, construction and financial con-
cerns with common carriers through interlocking directors...

60

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