Statistics on Oil and Products of Cottonseed: Hearings Before the Committee on the Census, House of Representatives, Seventy-fifth Congress, Third Session, on H.R. 9659, a Bill to Amend an Act Entitled "An Act Authorizing the Director of the Census to Collect and Publish Statistics of Cottonseed and Cottonseed Products, and for Other Purposes", Approved August 7, 1916. March 15, 1938

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Page 22 - I second the motion. The CHAIRMAN. It has been moved and seconded that the bill be favorably reported. All in favor of the motion make it known by saying
Page 1 - STATEMENT OF HON. HAMPTON P. FULMER, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA Mr. FULMER. Mr. Chairman and gentlemen of the committee, I am glad to have this opportunity to give my indorsement to this type of legislation.
Page 16 - That the Director of the Census be, and he is hereby, authorized, and directed to collect and publish...
Page 22 - ... done by unanimous consent, Mr. Chairman. I know it has been done in other committees. The CHAIRMAN. Well, a motion is in order. Mr. WINTER. I move that the gentleman from Missouri be permitted to leave his written vote here and that the same be duly recorded when the final vote is taken. Mr. ARENTZ. I second the motion. The CHAIRMAN. You have heard the motion. (The motion was put and carried.) The motion is carried. Mr. MANLOVE. I certainly appreciate the courtesy, gentlemen. I would not ask...
Page 9 - ... but we do not want to be put in the position of having our respondents abused, or we do not want to lessen the confidence the people have in us.
Page 3 - California, and it is hoped that you can cooperate, to the end that it may be enacted during the present session.
Page 1 - PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION Senator RUSSELL,. I will also file for the record at this point a letter from Mr. TH Gregory, executive vice president of the National Cottonseed Products Association, Memphis, Tenn. (The letter referred to follows:) NATIONAL COTTONSEED PKOHUCTS ASSOCIATION, INOL, Memitlnx, Tenn., May 21, 1&43.
Page 8 - It is often said that a man's judgment is no better than the facts upon which it is based.

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