Hearings Before ... the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Seventy-ninth Congress, First Session on the Subject of Federal Administrative Procedure and on the Following Bills: H.R. 184, H.R. 339, H.R. 1117, H.R. 1203, H.R. 1206, and H.R. 2602

Hearings Before ... the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Seventy-ninth Congress, First Session on the Subject of Federal Administrative Procedure and on the Following Bills: H.R. 184, H.R. 339, H.R. 1117, H.R. 1203, H.R. 1206, and H.R. 2602

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

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ISBN: SRLF:A0000135814

Category: Administrative procedure

Page: 137

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... Seventy-ninth Congress, second session on H. Con. Res 85, H. Con. res, 86, H.Con. Res. 91, declaring the date of termination of hostilities in the present war; H. J. Res., 245, to declare September 2, 1945, as the date of cessation of hostilities in the present war; H. Con. Res. 98, declaring the end of the unlimited emergency, the national emergency, and the termination of hostilities of World War II; H. Res. 272, H. Con. Res. 132, H. Con. Res. 133, to declare December 7, 1945, as the date of the cessation of hostilities in, and as the date of the termination of, the present war; H. R. Res. 287, to declare the date termination of the wars in which the United Sates has recently been engaged, May 27 and 28, 1946

... Seventy-ninth Congress, second session on H. Con. Res 85, H. Con. res, 86, H.Con. Res. 91, declaring the date of termination of hostilities in the present war; H. J. Res., 245, to declare September 2, 1945, as the date of cessation of hostilities in the present war; H. Con. Res. 98, declaring the end of the unlimited emergency, the national emergency, and the termination of hostilities of World War II; H. Res. 272, H. Con. Res. 132, H. Con. Res. 133, to declare December 7, 1945, as the date of the cessation of hostilities in, and as the date of the termination of, the present war; H. R. Res. 287, to declare the date termination of the wars in which the United Sates has recently been engaged, May 27 and 28, 1946

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee No. 4

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ISBN: OCLC:11135547

Category: War and emergency powers

Page: 192

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Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power

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ISBN: LOC:00141340530

Category: Antitrust law

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Committee Serial No. 14. Reviews effectiveness of antitrust laws, and suggested revisions to the laws from representatives of educational institutions, business and government; pt. 2A-B, Reviews economic concentration and monopolistic practices relation to procurement practices, small businesses, patent right restrictions, Federal transportation rate-making regulations, and special antitrust exemptions. Includes summary and digest of testimony for parts 2-A and 2-B (p. 1-160); pt.4A, Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-65); pt.5, Considers legislation to make fines for certain antitrust violations triple the amount of damages; pt.6A, Reviews newsprint shortages and industry economic concentration. Focuses on Canadian and Newfoundland newsprint export and production practices' impact on domestic industry. Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-85).