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COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE

CLARENCE F. LEA, California, Chairman
ROBERT CROSSER, Ohio

CHARLES A. WOLVERTON, New Jersey
ALFRED L. BULWINKLE, North Carolina PEHR G. HOLMES, Msssachusetts
VIRGIL CHAPMAN, Kentucky

B. CARROLL REECE, Tennessee
LYLE H. BOREN, Oklahoma

CHARLES A. HALLECK, Indiana
LINDLEY BECKWORTH, Texas

CARL HINSHAW, California
J. PERCY PRIEST, Tennessee

CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio
OREN HARRIS, Arkansas

EVAN HOWELL, Illinois
GEORGE G. SADOWSKI, Michigan

LEONARD W. HALL, New York
RICHARD F. HARLESS, Arizona

THOMAS D. WINTER, Kansas
JOHN W. MURPHY, Pennsylvania

JOSEPH P. O'HARA, Minnesota
EDWARD A. KELLY, Illinois

WILSON D. GILLETTE, Pennsylvania
LUTHER PATRICK, Alabama
JOHN B. SULLIVAN, Missouri
DWIGHT L. ROGERS, Florida
BENJAMIN J. RABIN, New York
VITO MARCANTONIO, New York

ELTON J. LAYTON, Clerk
F. P. RANDOLPH, Assistant Clerk

FEDERAL TRADE SUBCOMMITTEE

GEORGE G. SADOWSKI, Michigan, Chairman
DWIGHT L. ROGERS, Florida

B. CARROLL REECE, Tennessee
BENJAMIN J. RABIN, New York

EVAN HOWELL, Illinois
VITO MARCANTONIO, New York

JOSEPH P. O'HARA, sota

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Statements by-

Stason, Dr. E. Blythe, dean, law school, University of Michigan.--- 10

Digges, Mr. Isaac w., counsel, National Association of Advertisers -

24

Murphy, Mr. Charles E., general counsel, Advertising Federation of

America-

56

Hoge, Mr. James F., attorney, Proprietary Association of America.-- 59

Mock, Mr. Hugo, attorney, Toilet Goods Association.

79

Liddy, Mr. Sylvester J., attorney, United States Trade Mark Associa-

tion.

84

Perry, Mr. Kenneth, vice president and general manager, Johnson &

Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J---

91

Swain, Dr. Robert L., editor, Drug Trade News, New York City-- 96

Frates, Mr. George H., Washington representative of National

Association of Retail Druggists..

109

Canfield, Mr. Robert E., attorney at law, New York City, N. Y--- 111

Kelley, Hon. William T., chief counsel, Federal Trade Commission 117-130

Davis, Hon. Ewin L., member, Federal Trade Commission -- 129-393-416

Wooden, Mr. Walter B., assistant chief counsel, Federal Trade

Commission

157

Montague, Mr. Gilbert H., attorney at law, New York City - 186-189

Whiteley, Mr. Richard P., assistant chief counsel, Federal Trade

Commission.--

187-245

Cassedy, Mr. James W., special attorey on the staff of the chief

counsel, Federal Trade Commission.

267-354

Rohr, Mrs. Elizabeth, Washington representative of Consumers'

Union of United States Consumers' Union..

345

Thompson, Mrs. Margaret D., editor, consumer education service of

the American Home Economics Association...

349

Wubnig, Mrs. Sylvia, representing the National League of Women

Shoppers, Washington, D. C., and New York City-

350

Richter, Mr. Irving, national legislative representative of the United

Automobile Workers, CIO

353

Keyserling, Mrs. Mary Dublin, representing the American Association

of Uni rsity Women, Washington, D. C.

385

Marsh, Mr. Benjamin C., representing the Peoples' Lobby-

391

Freer, Hon. Robert E., member, Federal Trade Commission.-

544

Williams, Mr. Nathan Boone, representing the Association of American

Soap and Glycerine Manufacturers-Producers, Inc.---

563

Communications, briefs, statements:
Motor and Equipment Manufacturers' Association, brief for..

34
Chadburne, Wallace, Parke & Whiteside, brief for...

39
Drug, chemical, and allied trades section of the board of trade, New
York, brief on behalf of..

47
Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, resolution by

48
Cream of Wheat Corp., brief for---

49
Associated Drug and Chemical Industries of Missouri, brief for--- 51
Dunn, Mr. Charles Wesley, letter dated February 18, 1946, from --- 53
Fraser, Mr. Samuel, secretary of International Apple Association,
letter dated February 15, 1946, from.--

53
Hanson, Mr. C. C., secretary of the Association of the Southern Com-

missioners of Agriculture, letter dated February 15, 1946, from... 54
Murphy, Mr. James B., letter dated February 8, 1946, from, to C. C.
Hanson.

55
National Drug Trade Conference, Mr. Ray Schlotterer, secretary,
letter dated February 5, 1946, from..

55

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Communications, briefs, statements Continued

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Toilet Goods Association, Mr. S. L. Mayham, executive vice presi-
dent, letter dated May 18, 1945, from -

55

Alberty Food Products, of Hollywood, Calif., letter dated January 8,

1946, from..

56

United States Trade Mark Association, memorandum on behalf of,

submitted by Mr. Sylvester J. Liddy-

88

Parke, Austin & Lipscomb, Inc., memorandum on behalf of.

102

Swain, Mr. Robert L., an address delivered by, before the Associated

Drug and Chemical Industries of Missouri, May 9, 1945.

104

Curley, Hon. James M., letter from..

116

Ellison, Mr. Newell W., and Mr. Ernest W. Jennes, attorneys at law,

brief of, in support of H. R. 2390.--

181

Montague, Mr. Gilbert H., series of statements submitted by, relating

to the predonderance-of-evidence rule-

214

Journal of the American Bar Association, excerpts from December

1945 issue as follows:

(a) Senate Judiciary Committee reports administrative procedure

bill.--

226

(6) Attorney General's statement approving the proposed Ad-

ministrative Procedure Act-

235

(c) Chart of principal sections of the administrative procedure

bill as reported.-

231

(d) Comparison of bills as to administrative law and procedure-

237

(e) Editorial on the administrative procedure bill.--

242

(f) Chart history of administrative law bills..

236

Whiceley, Mr. Richard P., statements submitted by, regarding three

255

Dunbar, Hon. P. B., Commissioner of Food and Drugs, letter dated

July 13, 1945, from, addressed to Hon. B. Carroll Reece---

238

Parelhoff, Mrs. Bernard, acting president, New York Chapter of the

League of Women Shoppers, Inc., letter dated March 19, 1946---- 353
Cullen, Mr. F. J., letter dated March 8, 1932, from, addressed to the
Federal Trade Commission, attention E. J. Adams..

358

New York Board of Trade, Inc., letter dated January 31, 1946, from,

enclosing resolution on behalf of..

392

Printers' Ink, magazine, editorial entitled “We Recant",

542

Ferris, Mr. Frederick D., letter dated February 17, 1940, from.

559

Taylor, Mr. Edward, letter dated February 19, 1940, from..

559

Advertising and Selling, magazine, editorial entitled “Why Hysterics

Over the FTC.

559

Institute of Consumer Facts, article by, entitled “You've a Real

Friend in the Federal Trade Commission

560

New York Post, article in September 14, 1939, issue of, entitled

“Reaction Held

Peril to Business Than Radicals"

561

Bedding Manufacturer, magazine, issue of March 1941, entitled “Fed-

eral Trade Commission Has Impressive Record”.

561

Hoge, Mr. James F., extension of remarks in rebuttal on behalf of the
Proprietary Association of America.

565-579
Cassedy, Mr. James W., letter dated March 15, 1946_

580
Federal Trade documents submitted:

Table showing findings and orders in all cases involving food, drugs,

therepeutic devices, and cosmetics issued subsequent to the enact-
ment of the Wheeler-Lea Act.

146
Table showing analysis of cases in which findings and orders were issued

subsequent to enactment of Wheeler-Lea Act involving food, drugs,
therepeutic devices, and cosmetics, showing manner of disposition
and courts' disposition of those appealed..

156
Statistical table giving penalties and costs for violation of cease and

desist orders issued by the Federal Trade Commission in 41 cases.. 246
Text of complaints submitted-
In matter of Miles Laboratory, Inc.

300
In the matter of Capudine Chemical Co., Inc.

304-306
In the matter of Emerson Drug Co., Inc.-

309-312
In the matter of the Larned Corp. et al.

314

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Federal Trade documents submitted—Continued

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Copies of Bromo-Seltzer labels.

328–329
Chart entitled "Radio and periodical division"

_facing 402
Text of stipulations submitted-
In the matter of Miles Laboratory, Inc --

407
In the matter of Capudine Chemical Co., Inc.

410
In the matter of Emerson Drug Co., Inc.

411
In the matter of Stanback Co., Ltd..

413
In the matter of Richard Hudnut, Inc.-

425
In the matter of Western Medical Corp., Inc.-

430
In the matter of Dearborn Supply Co., Inc.

582
Findings of facts and conclusions, Rigid Steel Conduit Association.-- 440

Court documents submitted:

Opinion of the court, filed November 30, 1944, in the Third Circuit

Court of Appeals, in re Jacob Siegel Co., petitioner, v. Federal Trade

Commission, respondent -

73

Appeal affirmed February 7, 1944, in re Miles Laboratory, Inc., appel-

lants, v. Federal Trade Commission, etc., et al., appellees, District of

Columbia Court of Appeals.

320

Decree dismissing act, June 23, 1943, Miles, Laboratory Inc., plaintiff,

v. Federal Trade Commission, etc., et al., District Court, District of

Columbia

322

Decision, July 23, 1940, on petition to review, George H. Lee Co., peti-

tioner, v. Federal Trade Commission, respondent, Eighth Circuit Court

of Appeals---

372

Decision, March 7, 1944, seventh circuit court of appeals, The United

States of America, libellant-appellant, v. Willard Tablet Co., Claim-

ant-appellee, on appeal from the district court.

375

Decision, February 16, 1942, and December 6, 1943, second circuit
court of appeals, re Fresh Grown Preserve Corp., Inc.-

529

Congressional reparts, statements submitted:

Senate Report No. 1705, Seventy-fourth Congress, to accompany

S. 3744.

479

Senate Report No. 221, Seventy-fifth Congress, to accompany S. 1077- 486

House Report No. 1613, Seventy-fifth Congress, to accompany

S. 1077.--

492

House Report No. 1774, Seventy-fifth Congress, conference report on

S. 1077..

515

Statement by Hon. B. Carroll Reece in Congressional Record, Janu-

ary 12, 1938

523

Statement by Hon. Harry S. Truman in Congressional Record, June 2,
1938.

557
Text of bill, H. R. 2390.

1
Report by Federal Security Agency -

2
Report by Federal Trade Commission..

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