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RESOLUTION NO. 112
Virginia Electric & Power Co.
Stone & Webster, Inc.
Piled with the Secretary of the Senate
October 15, 1934
WASHINGTON : 1935
A3 A 33 1928
SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 221 v.70
Reported by Mr. SHIPSTEAD
May 3, 1928.
EDWIN P. THAYER,
Secretary. By John C. CROCKETT,
SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 112
Submitted by Mr. NORRIS
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,
September 9 (calendar day, September 11), 1929. Resolved, That, as a part of its reports to the Senate, pursuant to Senate Resolution 83, Seventieth Congress, first session, the Federal Trade Commission be required expeditiously to transmit duplicates, or true copies, of all exhibits introduced into its record in hearings held and to be held pursuant to said resolution, and that they be printed as parts of said reports, to accompany the respective parts thereof printed in accordance with Senate Resolution 221 of May 3, 1928; except that as to copyrighted books, bulky volumes, and other lengthy exhibits only such descriptions thereof and pertinent extracts therefrom shall be printed as the Federal Trade Commission may indicate and transmit with such exhibits for that purpose. Attest:
Edwin P. THAYER,
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