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Contents

Testimony
186
Testimony of
280
Testimony
329
Echibit No Description Page
339
S183A Plaintiffs exhibit No 143 for identification deposition of J M
345
Keegan Kenneth M general manager Independent Iron Works Oakland
353
James Stewart Martin former Special Assistant to the Attorney Gen
357
Ramseyer Charles F Ramseyer and Miller New York City
413
Testimony
420
Testimony of
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Benjamin F Fairless president United States Steel Corp accom
465
Murphy J Philip president JudsonPacificMurphy Corp Emeryville
480
Benjamin F Fairless president United States Steel Corp et al
535
Testimony
545
sylvania Railroad Co for the years 1947 and 1948_
609
Steel Corp and subsidiaries
627
Additional statements by representatives of the United States Steel Corp
678
Testimony
711
Neal Alfred C vice president and director of research Federal Reserve
741
Securities and Exchange Commission Investment Company Act of 1940
780
Louis H Bean United States Department of Agriculture Office
785
Securities and Exchange Commission Registration No 25799 amendment
792
No 3 Bethlehem Steel Corp
800
Securities and Exchange Commission Registration No 27862 amendment
807
Securities and Exchange Commission Registration No 27641 amendment
814
Securities and Exchange Commission Registration No 26323 amendment
820
May 5 1950
847
Payne J Stanley general counsel Interstate Commerce Commission
849
of testimony 862868
862
Testimony of
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Wasserman Samuel president American Pipe Equipment Co Inc
928
Testimony
960
vit No Description
v
ned conditions 195070 1
1
terials to finished products 1948 7
7
shipments also 1945 shipments 15
15
Cable Minnesota ironore production for openpit mines based
22
S28 Table Minnesota ironore production for underground mines based
36
S_38 Table 1941 shipments from Minnesota ranges 49
49
S43 Table Annual Lake Superior ironore shipments 194549 by prin
69
Exhibit No Description Page
184
S92 Decisions taken by the Comptoir Commission of the International
190
S94 Letter George E Dix to Ernst Poensgen October 3 1933 201
201
Waters Robert S president the National Radiator Co Johnstown Pa 917
205
March 29 1939_ 211
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S99 Minutes of the third meeting of the London committee held at Steel
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S103 Minutes of the seventh meeting between the London committee
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xhibit N0 Description Page
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S188 Financial history of 16 steel companies 349
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S189 Table Public and private financing by 16 steel producers having
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Capitalization and longterm debt
370
S276 Graph Carbon steel standard structural shapes variations
372
S191A Table Summary analysis of the earned surplus accounts of
378
Statement showing relation
388
Relationship of reserves for
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Wisco E A Butler Ore Co St Paul Minn 165
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S197 Interlocking directorates of the officers and directors of 16 steel
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S198 Listing of companies with which any of the 242 officers and direc
446
S199 Selected companies affiliated with each of the 16 steel producers
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S201 Thirtytwo officers and directors of J P Morgan Co Inc and their
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S203 The partners of Morgan Stanley Co 483
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Steel Plant 488
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S214 United States Steels ironore supplies in the United States 495
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S218 Letter to E S Duval manager alloy and stainless steel accounts
502
S224 Memorandum dated March 20 1942 to the President from
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S277 Graph Carbon steel hotrolled sheet variations in prices since
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States Steel Corp and subsidiaries 588
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S253 Table United States Steels ingot production in relation to
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States Steel Corp and its subsidiaries 600
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S261 Interstate Commerce Commission data relating to rates of return
604
S262D Table Income profit on total investment invested and bor
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S263C Table Income profit on stockholders investment capital stock
614
S265 Diagram of Ferrostan Electrolytic Tinning Line 620
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S269 Chart Capital expenditures 193549 United States Steel Corp
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S283 Table The cost of steel in the price of finished products 1950 637
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industry 643
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S296 Graph Twelve steel companiesincome percent of sales 649
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S304 Table United States Steels operating story 190249_ 655
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S270 Graph Ingot production United States Steel and others
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Zimmerman R E vice president in charge of research and technology
678
percent earned on investment 683
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332 Letter Emanuel Celler chairman Subcommittee on Study
690
and steel industry through June 9 1950 706
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steel industry July 1 1940 to December 31 1944_ 712
712
Davis Polk Wardwell Sunderland Kiendl 719
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ended complaint In the matter of National Electrical Manufacturers
725
dings of fact and conclusions In the matter of National Electrical
737
gments United States v American Steel and Wire Company Civil
749
Pocket No 2741 March 13 1936 770
770
Thirtieth annual report Wheeling Steel fiscal year ended December
822
Supplement to prospectus of Portsmouth Steel Corp dated June 26 1946
841
Summary of investments profits and rates of return on stockholders
858
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Page 239 - February fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, if such corporations are or shall have been theretofore, by virtue of their business and location of operation, competitors, so that the elimination of competition by agreement between them would constitute a violation of any of the provisions of any of the antitrust laws.
Page 394 - An Act to protect trade and commerce against unlawful restraints and monopolies," approved July second, eighteen hundred and ninety, shall be construed as declaring to be illegal an association entered into for the sole purpose of engaging in export trade and actually engaged solely in such export trade, or an agreement made or act done in the course of export trade by such association...
Page 380 - Suppose we recess for a half hour. (At this point a short recess was taken, after which the hearing was resumed.) The CHAIRMAN.
Page 383 - Commerce" means commerce among the several States or with foreign nations, or in any Territory of the United States or in the District of Columbia, or between any such Territory and another, or between any such Territory and any State or foreign nation, or between the District of Columbia and any State or Territory or foreign nation. "Corporation...
Page 239 - That from and after two years from the date of the approval of this Act no person shall at the same time be a director or other officer or employee of more than one bank, banking association or trust company, organized or operating under the laws of the United States, either of which has deposits, capital, surplus, and undivided profits aggregating more than $5,000,000...
Page 45 - Commission, where the Secretary of War, the Secretary of the Navy, or the Chairman of the Maritime Commission...
Page 452 - Leave all the books right here. (Whereupon, at 12 noon, the committee recessed to 2 pm of the same day.) AFTERNOON SESSION The CHAIRMAN. The meeting will come to order.
Page 724 - Commission and he is now actively engaged in helping to establish centennial commissions in each of the 48 States and in the District of Columbia.
Page 383 - States" wherever used in this act mean trade or commerce among the several States or in any Territory of the United States, or in the District of Columbia, or between any such Territory and another, or between any such Territory or Territories and any State or States or the District of Columbia, or between the District of Columbia and any State or States. That the word
Page 275 - That the natural effect of competition is to increase commerce, and an agreement whose direct effect is to prevent this play of competition, restrains instead of promoting trade and commerce...

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