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70TH CONGRESS

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SENATE

DOCUMENT 92
1 Part 70

Mad Cidinas trade commission
UTILITY CORPORATIONS

LETTERS

FROM
THE CHAIRMAN OF THE FEDERAL TRADE

COMMISSION

TRANSMITTING
IN RESPONSE TO SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 83
A MONTHLY REPORT ON THE ELECTRIC
POWER AND GAS UTILITIES INQUIRY
TOGETHER WITH EXHIBITS IN
RESPONSE TO SENATE

RESOLUTION NO. 112

No. 70
Associated General Electric Corporation

Virginia Electric & Power Co.
General Gas & Electric Corporation

Stone & Webster, Inc.
Stone & Webster Service Corporation

Piled with the Secretary of the Senate

October 15, 1934

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1935

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SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 221 v.70

Reported by Mr. SHIPSTEAD
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,

May 3, 1928.
Resolved, That the reports submitted to the Senate, or which may
hereafter be filed with the Secretary of the Senate, pursuant to
Senate Resolution 83, current session, relative to the investigation
by the Federal Trade Commission of certain electric power and gas
utility companies, be printed, with accompanying illustrations, as a
document.
Attest:

EDWIN P. THAYER,

Secretary. By John C. CROCKETT,

Chief Clerk.

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,

Secretary.

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Page 15, line 10: The year “ 1926” should read “ 1928."

Page 24, last line: Should read “you would. You, of course, would not resent such a question."

Page 32, line 36: The word “them” should read “their proposition."

Page 40, line 47: The word “illegal” should read “legal.”

Page 41, line 16: The answer should read “No, but I called the u attention of the Director of Law to that effect.”

Page 45, line 19: The answer should read “No. I think I heard

something about Scoville-Wellington being employed. It is an hongli orable firm, but you can hire accountants to do any job you want."

Page 45, line 25: The answer should read “I did not hear it. I ho would not put any stock in Scoville-Wellington in that matter, because they do not know much about that kind of utility accounting.”

Page 48, line 21: the word “in” should read “ into.*

Page 50, line 42: Insert semicolon after “ today.” Delete the following: "attributing by.”

Page 214, line 40: The word “paid " should read “by.”
Page 214, line 41: The words “to use " should read “used."

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