Federal anti-trust decisions.
Adjudicated cases and opinions of attorneys general arising under, or involving, the federal antitrust laws and related acts ... 1890-1912 [i.e. 1911]-1931.
|Related Names:||Swanson, Abner John 1904-, Machugh, Joseph V. , Benton, Thaddeus Greene 1900-, Shale, Roger 1885-1931., Finch, James Arthur 1866-, Lott, John Leroy 1861-|
Washington, U.S. Govt. print. off., 1912-1935.
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Antitrust law > Antitrust law / United States > Antitrust law / United States / Cases.
The decisions, 1890-1906, prepared and edited by James A. Finch, and published in 2 volumes, 1907, are included also in this compilation.
Vols. 1-4 include cases decided in United States courts under the Anti-trust act of July 2, 1890: v. 4 [rev. -6] cases decided in United States courts under the federal anti-trust acts of July 2, 1890, August 27, 1894, February 12, 1913 and October 15, 1914.
Vols. 1-4 of these decisions covering cases from 1890-1912 [i.e. 1911] were issued in 1912 as Senate doc. 111, 62d Cong., 1st sess., and also without document series note ("Bureau edition") A revised edition of v. 4 containing additional decisions was published in 1917 which with v. 5 and 6 brings the compilation down to 1917. [v. 7] is "Index-digest (vols. 1 to 6) with tables of reported and cited cases including also an appendix containing the federal anti-trust laws" ...
Compiled by John L. Lott, v. 1-4; by John L. Lott and Roger Shale, v. 4 [rev.-7]; by John L. Lott and Thaddeus G. Benton, v. 8-9; by John L. Lott and Joseph V. Machugh, v. 10; by Abner J. Swanson, v. 11-12.
Vols. 1-10 have title: Federal anti-trust decisions. Cases decided in United States courts arising under, involving, or growing out of the enforcement of the federal anti-trust acts ... including a few somewhat similar decisions not based on those acts.
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