Study of Monopoly Power: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Eighty-first Congress, First-[second] Session ...

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S_25 Table Minnesota ironore production for underground mines based
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S29 Table Minnesota ironore reserves as of January 1 1943 reduced
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S34 Table Total Minnesota ironore shipments by ranges and railroads
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S39 Table Minnesota ironore shipments by companies year 1940
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Exhibit No
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capacity
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S43 Table Annual Lake Superior ironore shipments 194549 by prin
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S49 Letter from W S Sanford manager land department of Republic
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S53A Memorandum H H Wade metallurgist of the University
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S57 Motion to dismiss the petition filed by the United States of America
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Exhibit N0 Description Page
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S66 Letter Sir William Firth May 23 1934 to Dr Ernst Poensgen
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S69 Memorandum of general agreement between British Iron and Steel
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873A Memorandum of proposals submitted by Mr W B Todd April
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foreign groups
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S77 Excerpt from minutes of joint coordinating committee dated March
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S78C Letter to Mr William B Todd on negotiations by the American
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S82A Extract from minutes of joint coordinating committee June
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S84B List of people present at meeting of British representatives
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S85E Reply to the protocol telephoned by Mr Outwater January 11 1938
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S89A Legal memorandum on the WebbPomerene Act
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Exhibit No Description Page
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S93 Memorandum on the history of the International Steel Cartel and
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March 29 1939
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S99 Minutes of the third meeting of the London committee held at Steel
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S107 American replies to minutes of London committee meeting March
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S109 Minutes of the meeting of the Commission of Comptoirs held
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S117 Memorandum December 6 1938 on development of steel industry
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ment of steel industry in Greece
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S123 Letter from Condoutzis Parianos Piraeus Greece to Hector
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S131 Letter August 13 1937 on development of steel industry in Greece
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S140 Letter to International Steel Cartel August 3 1938 regarding
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EIGHTYFIRST CONGRESS
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S168 Letter April 19 1937 on development of steel industry in Hol
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Exhibit No Description Pago
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S183A Plaintiffs exhibit No 143 for identificationdeposition of J M
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S189 Table Public and private financing by 16 steel producers having
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S203 The partners of Morgan Stanley Co
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EDWARD H LEVI Counsel
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Exhibit No Description Page
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S214 United States Steels ironore supplies in the United States
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S218 Letter to E S Duval manager alloy and stainless steel accounts
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S224 Memorandum dated March 20 1942 to the President from
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Exhibit No Description Page
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S227 Extras hotrolled carbon steel structural shapes Bethlehem Steel
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S230 Chart Income and dividends in dollars United States Steel Corp
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S233 Table Income and dividends per share of common stock United
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UNITED STATES
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S238 Table State local and miscellaneous taxes United States Steel
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S180 Letter Mar 29 1938 on development of steel industry in Nor
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S243 Table Payments for employees and for investors per dollar
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S247 Table Wage rates versus steel prices United States Steel Corp
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Exhibit No Description Page
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S252A Graph Percent of ingot capacity operated annual average versus
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S257A Graph Capital expenditures 193549_
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S261 Interstate Commerce Commission data relating to rates of return
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sylvania Railroad Co for the years 1947 and 1948
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S263D Table Income profit on total investment invested and bor
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S265 Diagram of Ferrostan Electrolytic Tinning Line
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S272 Graph Steelingot capacity and production compared with
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Ore available to meet all requirements
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S282 Graph Carbon steel coldrolled strip variations in prices since
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S297 Graph Twelve steel companiesincome percent of investment
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S308A Table Total capacity and production of particular finished steel
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S317 Federal Prison Industries Inc schedule No JPI401060 invita
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S319A Federal Prison Industries Inc schedule No JPI40969 bids
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_332 Letter Emanuel Celler chairman Subcommittee on Study
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Table summary of RFC loan authorizations to companies in the iron
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Table detail of RFC loan authorizations to companies in the iron
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Complaint In the matter of National Electrical Manufacturers Associa
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Complaint United States v American Steel and Wire Company Civil
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Judgments United States v American Steel and Wire Company Civil
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Amended complaint In the matter of American Iron Steel Institute et al
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Complaint In the matter of American Sheet and Tinplate Co et al
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Securities and Exchange Commission Investment Company Act of 1940
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No 3 Bethlehem Steel Corp
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Securities and Exchange Commission Registration No 27791 amendment
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Securities and Exchange Commission Registration No 25619 amendment
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Securities and Exchange Commission Registration No 26785 amendment
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Prospectus Portsmouth Steel Corp June 26 1946_
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Supplement to prospectus of Portsmouth Steel Corp dated June 26 1946
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Summary of investments profits and rates of return on stockholders
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Page 522 - Sections 1 and 2 of the Act of Congress of July 2, 1890, entitled "An Act to protect trade and commerce against unlawful restraints and monopolies", as amended, commonly known as the Sherman Act (15 USC, Sees.
Page 728 - Commission, on the charges set forth in this complaint, at which time and place you will have the right under said Act to appear and show cause why an order should not be entered requiring you to cease and desist from the violations of law charged in this complaint.
Page 733 - ... and constitute unfair methods of competition in commerce within the intent and meaning of section 5 of an act of Congress entitled "An act to create a Federal Trade Commission, to define its powers and duties, and for other purposes,
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Page 799 - These securities have not been approved or disapproved by the Securities and Exchange Commission nor has the Commission passed upon the accuracy or adequacy of this prospectus. Any representation to the contrary Is a criminal offense.
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