Hearings,Sept.19,24,26,29-30,Oct.1-3,6-11,14-17,20-23,1941

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Contents

Friday September 26 1941
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Eccles Hon Marriner S Chairman Board of Governors of Federal
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Commerce of the United States at Washington D C May
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Tuesday September 30 1941
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Wednesday October 1 1941
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UNITED STATES
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Effects of inflation and deflation on cost factors annually 191040
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Aggregate expenditures for consumption by income levels 193536
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Speaking of pressuregroup greed
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Retail prices of all foods and nonagricultural income payments
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1941
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Value of production in major manufacturing industries 1935 and 1937
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Distribution of agricultural employment by major farming areas 192429
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United States parity prices for farm products September 15 1941
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Press release by the American Farm Bureau Federation Chicago Ill
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Estimated cost of production by selected States and regions in 1939 and the estimated cost per pound of lint on a 10year average yield basis
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Statements and information submitted by Edward A ONeal
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Farm income and national income
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REVISED
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Shortterm loans to farmers held by selected lending agencies 193041
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Information with respect to periodic fluctuations of farm prices
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Seasonal changes in creamery butter production and prices of
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Average percentage of parity price received by farmers during the 12
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months ending September 15 1941
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Commodities included in the index of prices paid for commodities
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ment programs
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Average prices received by farmers for corn cotton wheat for four selected periods and parity prices calculated on the basis of different periods and ...
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Farm products included in the index of prices received by farmers
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Prices received by farmers for sugarcane and sugar beets as percent of parity prices and retail price of sugar in Denver Detroit and average for United...
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1941
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Monday October 6 1941
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Hetzel Ralph Jr director of economics Congress of Industrial
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Labor and farm prices by Ralph Hetzel
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Profits of leading corporations for the half year
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The workers share of national income
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The fruits of industrial peace by Harold J Ruttenberg
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Testimony on the tax bill presented to the House Ways and Means
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Memoranda addresses letters etc Continued Page
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Wednesday October 8 1941
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Income per capita on farms and not on farms United States 1910
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National income from goods and services and agricultures contribu tion to it
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American business activity since 1790 facing p
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Friday October 10 1941
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Saturday October 11 1941
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Telegram from Wilson Bell and W L Bouchard to Hon Clyde
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Tuesday October 14 1941
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Price of raw cotton gross mill manufacturing margin and price of a principal tire fabric monthly July 1940 to October 1941
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Appendix B Curtailment of crude rubber consumption
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Wholesale prices 28 basic commodities
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Increase in average hourly earnings in selected industries July 1939
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Wednesday October 15 1941
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Production employment wages and prices
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Price trends of cotton and cotton goods
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Strikes beginning in July 1941 by major issues involved with cumu lative figures for the period January to July 1941
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Workers involved and mandays idle during strikes in June and July 1941 compared with total workers and available work
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Results of strikes ending in the 7month period January to July 1941 in relation to major issues involved
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Thursday October 16 1941 1940
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Friday October 17 1941
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Income velocity
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Irving Fishers index of commodity prices
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Monday October 20 1941
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TABLES
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Remuneration of officers highest second third and total for all officers and directors as reported for fiscal years ended April May and June 1940 and ...
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Steelassets over 100000000 each_
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Tuesday October 21 1941
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Index of wholesale prices in five countries for certain months since
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Wednesday October 22 1941
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Parity prices for sugar beets and Louisiana sugarcane
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Average prices received by farmers for farm products United States September 15 1941 with comparisons
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United States index numbers September 15 1941 with comparisons
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United States parity prices for farm products
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United States prices received by farmers percentage of parity__
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Industrial production
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Average annual farm price for specified commodities United States 191719 1940 and average month price 1941
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Average union wage rates
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Thursday October 23 1941
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Index
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Page 1628 - A copy of such petition shall be forthwith served upon any member of the Commission and thereupon the Commission shall certify and file in the court a transcript of the record upon which the order complained of was entered.
Page 1259 - The amount of the tax in respect of which any extension is granted shall be paid (with interest at the rate of one-half of 1 per centum per month) on or before the date of the expiration of the period of the extension.
Page 1941 - It is too probable that no plan we propose will be adopted. Perhaps another dreadful conflict is to be sustained. If, to please the people, we offer what we ourselves disapprove, how can we afterwards defend our work? Let us raise a standard to which the wise and honest can repair: the event is in the hands of God.
Page 1580 - ... fitted therefor. In any eventuality when women may be employed, we insist that equal pay for equal work shall prevail without regard to sex. Finally, in order to safeguard all the interests of the wage-earners organized labor should have representation on all agencies determining and administering policies for national defense.
Page 1582 - ... nor to prevent the war labor board from urging, or any umpire from granting, under the machinery herein provided, improvement of their situation In the matter of wages, hours of labor, or other conditions, as shall be found, desirable from time to time.
Page 1409 - Industry. Each council shall consist of an equal number of representatives of management and of the labor union in the industry, together with one Government representative, the latter to serve as chairman.
Page 1582 - The basic eight-hour day is recognized as applying in all cases in which existing law requires it. In all other cases the question of hours of labor shall be settled with due regard to governmental necessities and the welfare, health, and proper comfort of the workers.
Page 1109 - Zanuck, in my own behalf and in behalf of the committee, I want to thank you for your very excellent statement.
Page 1498 - Act; or (5) any employee employed in the catching, taking, harvesting, cultivating, or farming of any kind of fish, shellfish, Crustacea, sponges, seaweeds, or other aquatic forms of animal and vegetable life, including the going to and returning from work...
Page 1582 - ... shall not be deemed a grievance. This declaration, however, is not Intended In any manner to deny the right, or discourage the practice of the formation of labor unions, or the Joining of the same by the workers In said establishments, as guaranteed in the...