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Attorney General's Committee on Administrative Procedure----- 190, 363, 369
Auxiliary and relay stations---

196
AVCO (see also License, transfer of).

82
Bailey, Stewart L----

484
Ball, Senator Joseph Hurst

404
Ballantine, Stuart.

214
Bannister, Harry.

326
Bay State Beacon, Inc., et al., applications of (proposed decision adopted
by FCC March 24, 1947).

619
Beatty, Morgan

412
Becker, Mortimer--

552
Bennet, William S---

335, 371, 375–376
Bertermann, Eugene R_

588
Beveridge, Harold -

483
Bible Presbyterian Church of Collingswood, N. J-

370
Bingham, Herbert M.

75, 78, 81, 84
Bjornson, Bjorn.--

412
Black, Algenon D---

509
Black, Justice Hugo_

574
Blue Book..

128–129, 171, 180_181, 197, 212,

217, 253, 348, 353, 366, 445, 534, 550, 613–621
Blue Network,

348, 126
Bookkeeping systems, uniform..

204-205
Boston Brewing Co. v. Mass_-

573
Boston Tow Boat Co. v. U. S.

388
Boy Scouts

241
Brandeis, Justice Louis D.

113
Brennan, Peter-

112
Brewer's Digest---

457
Bridges v. California-

113, 136, 137, 171, 185
Brinkley, David.:-.

413
British Broadcasting Corp--

157, 495
British parliamentary debates on broadcasting-

621-631
Broadcasting” (S. 1333, sec. 2)

274, 336–337, 345, 360
Brooks, William F

413
Brown v. Juggenheim--

573
Brown, Katherine Kennedy

446
Bryan, William Jennings_

413
Bunting, Earl

401, 405
Bureau of Standards, radio propagation laboratories

.82
Burr, Aaron..

124
Burroughs, C. W--

483
Business

329-331
Control of..

157-160, 181, 196–197, 227-229, 249–250, 549-550
Interference with..

102, 201, 229, 263, 269–270, 276, 582
Self-control.--.

18.7, 219
Caldwell, Louis G.

75. 89, .368
Canadian Association of Broadcasters.

429
Canadian House of Commons.

429
Candidates for public office (see also Libel and slander; Communications
Act, sec. 315, and S. 1333, sec. 15)

52-53,
83, 102, 290, 322, 355, 364, 403, 513, 547-548, 584
Equal opportunity for

58,
207, 242–243, 268, 276, 355,356, 446–447, 547, 562, 565, 567
Legally qualified

102–103, 267–268, 270, 282–283, 286,287, 548, 561, 563
Political parties.

52
Primary elections.

364
Spokesmen for.

52, 210, 227, 241, 251, 356, 364, 512, 548, 556–557, 580
Twenty-four-hour limit.

227, 241–242, 268, 356, 365, 549, 557
Cantwell v. Connecticut-

117
Capper bill (S. 265, 80th Cong.)

455, 457, 463, 467
Carson, John, statement by -

568-571
Carter v. Commonwealth of Virginia_

574
('assidy, Henry C------

413-414
Cease-and-desist orders. (See Practice and procedure.)

Page
Censorship (see also Communications Act, sec. 326; Renewal of license;
Freedom of speech ; Libel and slander; S. 1333, sec. 16).

52,
57–58, 84, 133, 200, 220, 311, 323, 355, 374, 376, 408-409, 424-425, 503,

510_512, 538, 562, 564-565, 569, 584.
By Commission.-

58,
118, 129-131, 137–138, 172, 212, 221, 273, 283, 285–286, 558, 567
Liability for damages.

104-105
By licensee 58, 83, 243-245, 365, 431, 434, 526, 528, 558-559, 580–581
Of political speeches-

103-104, 286, 343–344
Submission of script (see also S. 1333, sec. 17).

104, 558
Certiorari. (See Practice and procedure.)
Chain broadcasting regulations (see also Networks ; S. 1333, sec. 19)------ 31-32,

54-58, 60–61, 64–65, 84, 228, 244–245, 262, 264–265, 280–281, 296–
298, 324-326, 337, 346, 357–358, 367–368, 406, 425-426, 541, 585–588,

590.
Chairman, Federal Communications Commission.

400, 484, 553
Appointment of_---

16, 21-22, 76–78, 89–94, 361, 524
Duties of

275, 339–340, 346
Chaplin, William W

414
Chase, Stuart_---

446
Chicago Federation of Labor v. Federal Radio Commission.

193
Chicago Junction case_-

387
Chicago Tribune -

70, 349
Children's programs. (See Programs, children.)
Churchill, Winston.-

157
Civil Aeronautics Authority-

22, 439, 441
James Clark Dist. Co. v. W. Md. Railway Co.

573
Clayton Antitrust Act..

386, 357
Clear channel.

178, 466, 568
Coast Guard -

439, 441
13,2 Code of Wartime Practices for American Broadcasters.

220
Cohen, Rabbi J. C--

509
Colonial Broadcasters v. Federal Communications Commission-

195
Columbia Broadcasting System.

44, 60,
62, 64, 205, 222, 237, 314, 319, 321, 322, 330, 337, 344, 370, 377, 464
Advisory board-

585, 587
Affiliated stations.

334, 380, 381, 403
News reporting and editing-

501, 503-504
Number of listeners_

331-333
Rates and revenues.

330-331
Stations owned by -

330
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., v. U. S. A.

618
Columbia Valley Authority -

527
Commentators:
In general

167, 284, 321, 410-411, 432, 510
Censorship

424
Disclosure of commentators' background_.

531-532, 538–539
On public questions and in campaigns_-

258, 286, 548–519
Regulation of comments.

293–294, 296
Commerce clause...

113, 146, 156, 158
Committee to Ensure Nonpartisan Radio-

445–446
Common carriers..

17, 267, 346, 601-602
Communications Act of 1934:
Section :
3 (S. 1333, sec. 2)

196
3 (h)

274, 346
3 (o) (S. 1333, sec. 2).

75, 196, 274, 345
3 (p) (S. 1333, sec. 2)

75, 196, 274, 316
301.

582
303.

380-381
303 (a)

195
303 (b)

316
303 (c)

316
303 (d)

346
303 (e).

346
303 (f)

195, 346, 361
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303 (h) ------

324
303 (i) (S. 1333, sec. 7)

31, 337, 346, 361, 553
303 (j) (S. 1333, sec. 8)

201, 275, 324
304.

33
307

62, 66, 78, 99, 344, 348, 560
307 (a)-

81, 248
307 (b) (S. 1333, sec. 9)

32, 33,
35, 36, 38, 39, 62, 164, 200, 270, 276, 338, 362, 554
308_

45, 344, 348
308 (a) (S. 1333, sec. 11 (a)).

79
308 (b)

195, 344, 347
309 (S. 1333, sec. 12)

79, 81, 194, 344, 348
309 (a).

47, 80, 81, 99, 555
309 (b)-

33, 99, 102, 205, 276, 362, 363
310 (b) (S. 1333, sec. 13)

82, 340, 347
311...

276, 340, 342, 347, 358, 387, 427
312 (S. 1333, sec. 14).

51, 82, 83, 194, 381, 384, 388
312 (a).

83, 194
312 (b).

79, 221, 363
313_

276, 340–342, 347, 358, 380, 427
315 (S. 1333, sec. 15).

52-53,
98, 270, 276–277, 284, 286, 343, 367, 548, 550, 556, 559, 563
316_

106-107
319

344
319 (a)

344, 348
319 (b).

348
326 (S. 1333, sec. 16)

53,
67, 84, 117, 132, 137–138, 177, 196–199, 201, 211, 221-222, 253, 277,

282, 284, 286, 312, 365–366, 384, 557.
401 (S. 1333, sec. 21)

84, 388
402 (S. 1333, sec. 22)

67,85_86, 184
402 (a)

68, 86
402 (b)

68, 145, 175, 177, 182, 184
402 (e).

191
405 (S. 1333, sec, 23)

68-69, 87
409_

69
409 (a) (S. 1333, sec. 24).

88
602_

387
Competition in broadcasting-

31, 33,
36, 38–45, 47–50, 195, 218, 267, 270, 327-328, 332, 543–544, 553–554
Concentration of ownership. (See Multiple ownership.)
Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO)

291, 377
Connecticut Court of Errors and Appeals---

573
Controversial issues (see also Commentators; Press and radio; S. 1333,
sec. 17).

58,
84, 161, 184, 198–199, 243-244, 250–251, 255–259, 263, 267–268,
270–271, 277-278, 290_292, 321, 323, 356, 365, 367, 381, 384, 400-

402, 405–407, 550, 562, 580.
Construction permit. (See Licenses.)
Coolidge, President Calvin.

448
Cooper, Edward --

189, 221
Cooperative League, U. S. A., and National Cooperatives, Inc.-

568
Coy, Wayne --

202
Craig v. Harney-

112, 140, 167, 183
Craig V. Hecht...

167
Crane v. Campbell --

573
Crowley v. Christensen

573
Daily News

522
Daily Worker

537
Darby V. Pence-

573
David, W. R.---

202
Davis amendment-

35
Day, William ---

414
Declaration of Independence_

283, 286, 471, 474, 530, 537, 562
Page
Declaratory rulings (see Practice and procedure; S. 1333, sec. 21). ----- 84-85,

101, 104–105, 190_191
Defamation. (See Libel and slander.)
De Jonge v. Oregon--

117
Dellinger, J. H.-

483
Denny, Charles R--

14,
112, 145, 146, 147, 148, 164, 165, 172, 173, 175, 180, 199, 212, 217,
267, 281, 308, 309, 326, 331, 332, 339, 400, 426, 427, 435, 438, 440,

442, 484, 542-545, 547–548.
Department of Commerce_

37, 508
Department of Justice_

107, 152, 328
Detroit News-

293
Dewey, Gov. Thomas_

375, 378
Dillard, Everett L--

203
Discrimination (see also S. 1333, sec. 25) --

69, 88, 324, 370, 551
Diversification of Control. (See Multiple ownership.)
Divisions of Federal Communications Commission. (See Federal Communications

Commission; S. 1333, sec. 5.)
Don Lee Broadcasting System.

349
Donner, Frank_

405
Donovan, John--

414
Doolittle, Franklin---

483
Douglass v. City of Jeanette---

387
Dreier, Alex.--.

415
Due process clause..

116
Dunford, Edward B., statement of_

571
Durr, Clifford J.---

14, 30, 32
Economic injury. (See Aggrieved or adversely affected party.)
Edes, Benjamin--

216
Editorial policy (see also Press and radio news)).

58, 145-146,
153, 158, 160, 174-176, 198, 218, 235, 251, 279–280, 295, 502-503, 533
Eid, Leif

415
Elections. (See Candidates for public office.)
Ellsworth, Harris__

613
Engineering question..

331-332, 334, 427
Entertainment. (See Programs.)
Equal opportunity (see also Candidates for public office; Communications

Act, sec. 315 ; S. 1333, secs. 15 and 17). 52, 58, 270,271, 284, 286, 356, 400, 434, 466
Equitable distribution of stations (see also Multiple ownership; Needs and
requirements; Communications Act, sec. 307 (b); S. 1333, sec. 9)

32,
45, 62, 66, 200—201, 248, 266, 276, 362, 542, 546, 566
Esquire Magazine.

139
Evening Bulletin_

379
Evening Statesman..

527
Everard Breweries v. Day--

573
Facsimile (see also Press and radio).

165, 168, 200–221, 227, 264, 315, 317, 399, 429, 523, 546, 565–566
Fairchild, H. P-

509
False accusations (see also Libel and slander)

84, 185, 282
False statements. (See Misrepresentations.)
Farmers' Union.

270
Farnham, E. C.

375, 378
Federal Communications Commission, in general.-

17,
19, 21, 23, 26, 112-114, 134–135, 137, 139, 143–147, 153, 160-161, 165,
168–170, 174–175, 178, 180, 183, 186, 189, 196–200, 206, 209, 215–217,
221, 255, 257, 265, 266, 269, 280-281, 283–285, 290, 291, 297, 301
304-306, 308–309, 312–314, 316, 323–328, 331-332, 334, 336, 338, 341,
344, 346, 348, 350_351, 354–355, 358,359, 361-366, 369, 374, 378,
430, 449, 466–467, 470, 483–484, 486-491, 495, 514-518, 522–523, 528,
540-547, 550, 554, 560, 563, 564, 567, 569–570, 581-583, 602–603,

611-612.
Accounting Department

17-18
Bar Association.

73–75, 88–89, 92, 99, 182, 568
Broadcast Division.

16, 18, 19, 23
Chairman of. (See Chairman, Federal Communications Commission.)

47,

Federal Trade Communications Commission, in general-Continued

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Common Carrier Department---

16, 19, 23
Declaratory ruling by. (See Declaratory judgments.)
Delegation of functions to divisions_-

22, 25, 26, 604-611
Division of (see also S. 1333, sec. 5)

16,
28–30, 76–77, 93–94, 274, 338-340, 346, 350, 361, 400, 442, 524, 553, 565
Form 301_-

313
Power of_.

113–114,
123–127, 133, 168–169, 172, 180-181, 249, 255, 317, 322–323, 380, 384,

393, 399, 407-409, 435, 476–478, 517–518, 524, 534.
Report on chain broadcasting--

399, 425
Federal Communications Commission v. National Broadcasting Company-- 363
Federal Communications Commission v. Pottsville-

87, 384, 385, 387
Federal Communications Commission v. Sanders Bros. Radio Station..

53,

78, 80, 181, 194, 201 ,366, 385, 387, 619
Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America -

370-372.

374, 376, 378, 381, 385, 589
Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC)

373, 377
Federal Power Act-

386
Federal Power Commission-

22
Federal Radio Commission.-

91, 554
Federal Radio Commission v. General Electric Company-

620
Federal Radio Commission v. Nelson Bros.-

113
Federal rules of civil procedure_

388
Federal Trade Commission---

162
Federal Trade Commission Act--

194, 276, 386, 387
Field, Harry--

219, 223
Financial reports. (See Licensee.)
Finch, Dr. W. G. H_.

391
First amendment (see also Free speech).

113,
119, 128–129, 132–133, 139–141, 149–152, 155-156, 161-162, 164, 176–

178, 181, 185, 198, 211, 227, 233, 267, 272, 305, 384, 56, 539, 11.
Fisher, Ben

74
Fisher's Blend v. State Tax Commission_

114
Fly, James Lawrence_

142, 180, 181, 361, 483, 484, 491
Folster, George Thomas.

415
Fourteenth amendment_

140
Frankfurter, Justice Felix_

142, 180, 181, 366, 384
Franklin, Benjamin.--

215,216
Freed, Arthur---
Free speech (see also First amendment; Press and radio, censorship, com-
mentators) :
In general-

112,
114-118, 128–129, 132, 134-140, 142, 153–154, 160, 165, 212, 220–221,
233, 235-236, 253, 270, 273, 277, 289, 293–294, 316, 355, 407, 435, 467,

477–478, 511, 516, 520, 531, 537–538, 541, 547–548, 552, 559, 579, 581
As applied to radio--

113–117, 140-141, 233-237, 314-315, 472–473
Denial of..

114-117,
133–138, 141, 149, 151-152, 155, 161-163, 170–172, 176, 178, 184, 187
NAB (National Association of Broadcasters), Chicago convention on. 631-652
Freeze order.

224, 308
Frequencies (see also Equitable distribution of stations).

65,
128, 149–151, 216, 224-225, 238–239, 273, 304, 308-309, 316, 393, +25,

466–467, 486, 545, 582–583.
FM (frequency modulation) (see also Chain broadcasting regulations ;
Competition in broadcasting)

41,
44, 128, 196, 201–206, 208–210, 217, 238, 264, 272–274, 280, 314, 392,

466, 182, 484-489, 492, 522, 551.
Frequencies for-

94, 209-210, 488, 513
Comparison of FM with AM.

481, 483, 18.5
Federal Communications Commission policy-

483-498
History of

482-484, 486 48 )
Multiple ownership---

62, 66, 70
Number of FM stations possible.

430
Number of FM stations-

273, 309-310
Relation to networks.

57, 490

203

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