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Co., Western Clock Co., Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., Westing. house Lamp Co., Wheeling Steel Corporation, M. J. Whittall Associates, Ltd.

Industrial.-Alemite Corporation, Alpha Portland Cement Co., American Agricultural Chemical Co., the American Brass Co., the American Rolling Mill Co., American Sheet & Tin Plate Co., American Steel & Wire Co., American Stove Co., Anaconda Copper Mining Co., Anheuser-Busch, Inc., Armstrong Cork Co., Art Metal Construction Co., E. C. Atkins & Co., the Autocar Co., Bakelite Corporation, the Bassick Co., Bell & Howell Co., Berry Bros., Inc., the Black & Decker Manufacturing Co., Brown Co., the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., Carnegie Steel Co., the Celotex Co., Chamberlin Metal Weather Strip Co., Inc., Chase Brass & Copper Co., Inc., Cherry-Burrell Corporation, Chrysler Corporation, the Cleveland Twist Drill Co., the Climalene Co., Copper and Brass Research Association, Crane Co., Deere & Co., the De Laval Separator Co., Detroit Steel Products Co., Dexter Folder Co., Henry L. Doherty Co., E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc., Du Pont Rayon Co., Du Pont Viscoloid Co., the EaglePicher Lead Co., Edison General Electric Appliance Co., the Electric Storage Battery Co., the Estate Stove Co., Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., the Fuller Brush Co., the Garlock Packing Co., General Electric Co., General Motors Corporation, the B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co., Hercules Powder Co., Hilo Varnish Corporation, Hood Rubber Products Co., Inc., Hookless Fastener Co., International Harvester Co. of America, Johns-Manville Corporation, S. C. Johnson & Son, Lehigh Portland Cement Co., Link-Belt Co., Mergenthaler Linotype Co., Murphy Varnish Co., National Carbon Co., Inc., National Equipment Corporation, National Lead Co., National Tube Co., Otis Elevator Co., Packard Motor Car Co., Perfection Stove Co., Inc., Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., Pittsburgh Steel Co., Quaker State Oil Refining Co., Simonds Saw & Steel Co., Singer Sewing Machine Co., S KF Industries, Inc., the Spool Cotton Co., the Standard Gas Equipment Corporation, Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey), Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Co., B. F. Sturtevant Co., the Texas Co., the Timken-Detroit Co., the Timken Roller Bearing Co., United American Bosch Corporation, United States Gutta Percha Paint Co., United States Rubber Co., Vacuum Oil Co., Western Electric Co., Inc., Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., Westinghouse Lamp Co., Weyerhaeuser Forest Products, Wheeling Steel Corporation, the White Co., Wickwire Spencer Steel Co., Willard Storage Battery Co.

Insurance.-Aetna Life Insurance Co. and affiliated companies, John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., the Home Insurance Co., Insurance Co. of North America, Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., the Prudential Insurance Co. of America.

Machinery, tools, hardware, etc.—American Optical Co., American Sheet & Tin Plate Co., American Steel & Wire Co., American Stove Co., E. C. Atkins & Co., Bakelite Corporation, The Bassick Co., The Black & Decker Manufacturing Co., Carnegie Steel Co., Chase Brass & Copper Co., Inc., Cherry-Burrell Corporation, The Cleveland Twist Drill Co., The Coleman Lamp & Stove Co., Crane Co., Dexter Folder Co., The Estate Stove Co., The Garlock Packing Co., General Electric Co., The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co., Hamilton-Sangamo Corporation, Hurley Machine Co., Link-Belt Co., Mergenthaler Linotype Co., National Carbon Co., Inc., National Equipment Corporation, Otis Elevator Co., Packard Motor Car Co., Perfection Stove Co., Inc., The Premier Vacuum Cleaner Co., Remington Arms Co., Inc., Simonds Saw & Steel Co., Singer Sewing Machine Co., S K F Industries, Inc., The Texas Co., The Timken Detroit Co., The Timken Roller Bearing Co., Warren Telechron Co., Wickwire Spencer Steel Co.

Mail order.-W. Atlee Burpee Co., Walter Field Co., Peter Henderson & Co., International Correspondence Schools, La Salle Extension University, Sears, Roebuck & Co., Montgomery Ward & Co.

Motion pictures.-Bakelite Corporation, Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Bell & Howell Co., E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc., Eastman Kodak Co., Electrical Research Products, Inc., Paramount Publix Corporation, Westinghouse Lamp Co.

Office and business equipment and supplies.-Addressograph Co., The American Sales Book Co., Ltd., American Sheet & Tin Plate Co., Art Metal Construction Co., Bakelite Corporation, Burroughs Adding Machine Co., the Celotex Co., Dennison Manufacturing Co., Dennison Manufacturing Co., Inc., The General Fireproofing Co., Hamilton-Sangamo Corporation, Hamilton Watch Co., Hammermill Paper Co., Hood Rubber Products Co., Inc., S. C. Johnson & Son, The National Cash Register Co., Oxford Paper Co., The Parker Pen Co., Remingtor. Arms Co., Inc., Remington Rand Business Service, Inc., Strathmore Paper Co., United States Rubber Co., The Wahl Co., S. D. Warren Co., Warren Telechron Co., Yawman & Erbe Manufacturing Co.

Optical products, cameras, etc.—American Optical Co., Bakelite Corporation, Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Bell & Howell Co., E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc., Eastman Kodak Co., Electrical Research Products, Inc.

Paint, varnishes, lacquers, etc.—Anaconda Copper Mining Co., Bakelite Corporation, Berry Bros., Inc., E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc., The EaglePicher Lead Co., Hercules Powder Co., Hilo Varnish Corporation, S. C. Johnson & Son, Murphy Varnish Co., National Lead Co., Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., Pratt & Lambert, Inc., U.S. Gutta Percha Paint Co.

Paper and paper products.—Brown Co., The Champion Coated Paper Co., Dennison Manufacturing Co., Hammermill Paper Co., Oxford Paper Co., Scott Paper Co., Strathmore Paper Co., The Warner Bros. Co., Inc., S. D. Warren Co.

Petroleum products.-Alemite Corporation, Chesebrough Manufacturing Co., Consolidated, Henry L. Doherty & Co., Ethyl Gasoline Corporation, Gulf Refining Co., Indian Refining Co., Inc., Quaker State Oil Refining Co., Richfield Oil Corporation of New York, Sinclair Consolidated Oil Corporation, Stanco Inc., Standard Oil Co. (N.J.), the Texas Co., Vacuum Oil Co.

Radio and musical instruments.-American Steel & Wire Co., Armour & Co., Bakelite Corporation, Brunswick Radio Corporation, the Electric Storage Battery Co., Electrical Research Products, Inc., General Electric Co., General Motors Corporation, General Motors Export Co., Graybar Electric Co., Inc., Hygrade Lamp Co., Atwater Kent Manufacturing Co., National Carbon Co., Inc., RCA Radiotron Co., Inc., RCA Victor Co., Inc., Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Co., Sylvania Products Co., United American Bosch Corporation, United States Rubber Co., Willard Storage Battery Co.

Silverware, jewelry, watches and clocks.Bakelite Corporation, Walter Field Co., Gruen Watch Makers Guild, Hamilton-Sangamo Corporation, Hamilton Watch Co., Illinois Watch, International Silver Co., Oneida Community, Ltd., the Parker Pen Co., Towle Manufacturing Co., the Wahl Co., R. Wallace & Sons Manufacturing Co., Warren Telechron Co., Western Clock Co.

Tobacco products.Bayuk Cigars, Inc., the Bloch Bros. Tobacco Co., Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co., Inc.

Tree surgery.-The Davey Tree Expert Co., Inc.

Wearing apparel and dry goods.Associated Apparel Industries, Inc., Bradley Knitting Co., Brown Co., Brown Shoe Co., Collins & Aikman Corporation, the Crofut & Knapp Co., Du Pont Rayon Co., Walter Field Co., the B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co., Daniel Green Co., Hood Rubber Products Co., Inc., Interwoven Stocking Co., I. B. Kleinert Rubber Co., Kops Bros., Inc., the Mallory Hat Co., the Munsingwear Corporation, Nashua Manufacturing Co., Pacific Mills, Pepperell Manufacturing Co., Phoenix Hosiery Co., Propper-McCallum Hosiery Co., the Spool Cotton Co., A. Stein & Co., John B. Stetson Co., United States Rubber Co., Van Raalte Co., the Warner Bros. Co., Inc.

COMPANIES GEOGRAPHICALLY ARRANGED

California.-Los Angeles, California Fruit Growers Exchange; San Francisco, California Packing Corporation.

Connecticut.-Bridgeport, the Bassick Co., the Warner Bros. Co., Inc.; Danbury, the Mallory Hat Co.; Glastonbury, the J. B Williams Co.; Hartford, Aetna Life Insurance Co. and affiliated companies, the Fuller Brush Co.; Meriden, International Silver Co.; Wallingford, R. Wallace & Sons Manufac. turing Co.; Waterbury, the American Brass Co., Chase Brass & Copper Co., Inc.

Delaware.-Wilmington, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc., Hercules Powder Co.

District of Columbia.-Washington, Hotels Management & Securities Corporation.

Georgia.-Atlanta, Coca-Cola Co., Creomulsion Co., Inc.

Illinois.—Chicago, Alemite Corporation, American Steel & Wire Co., Armour & Co., Associated Apparel Industries, Inc., Bauer & Black (division of the Kendall Co.), Bell & Howell Co., Borden's Farm Products Co. of Illinois, Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., the Celotex Co., Cherry-Burrell Corporation, Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co., Continental Illinois Bank & Trust Co., Crane Co., Ditto Incorporated, the Eagle-Picher Lead Co., Edison General Electric Appliance Co., Walter Field Co., General Candy Corporation and Williamson Candy Co., Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., the Hoover Co., Household Finance Corporation, Hurley Machine Co., International Harvester Co. of America, the Kotex Co., Kraft-Phenix Cheese Corporation, La Salle Extension University, Libby, McNeill & Libby, Link-Belt Co., the Munsingwear Corporation, Orange-. Crush Co., Premier Malt Sales Co., the Quaker Oats Co., Sears, Roebuck & Co., Simmons Co., A. Stein & Co., Swift & Co., the Wahl Co., Montgomery Ward & Co.; La Salle, Western Clock Co.; Moline, Deere & Co.; Springfield, Illinois Watch.

Indiana.-French Lick, French Lick Springs Hotel Co.; Indianapolis, E. C. Atkins & Co., Indian Refining Co.; South Bend, the Studebaker Corporation of America.

Kansas.-Wichita, the Coleman Lamp & Stove Co.
Louisiana.-New Orleans, the Southern Cotton Oil Co.
Maine.-Portland, Brown Co.
Maryland.—Towson, the Black & Decker Manufacturing Co.

Massachusetts.-Ashland, Warren Telechron Co.; Boston, Chamberlain & Co., Gillette Safety Razor Co., John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Mellin's Food Co. of North America, Nashau Manufacturing Co., Pepperell Manufacturing Co., B. F. Sturtevant Co., United Drug Co., S. D. Warren Co.; Cambridge, Lever Brothers Co., New England Confectionery Co.; Fitchburg, Simonds Saw & Steel Co.; Framingham, Dennison Manufacturing Co.; Lowell, Carleton & Hovey Co.; Lynn, Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.; Newburyport, Towle Manufacturing Co.; Northampton, Propper-McCallum Hosiery Co.; Salem, Hygrade Lamp Co.; Southbridge, American Optical Co.; Springfield, Green Bros. Co., United American Bosch Corporation, W. F. Young, Inc.; Walpole, Lewis Manufacturing Co. (division of the Kendall Co.); Watertown, Hood Rubber Products Co., Inc.; West Springfield, Srathmore Paper Co.; Worcester, M. J. Whittall Associates, Ltd.

Michigan.-Battle Creek, Kellogg Co.; Detroit, Berry Bros., Inc., Burroughs Adding Machine Co., Chamberlin Metal Weather Strip Co., Inc., Chevrolet Motor Co., Chrysler Corporation, Detroit Steel Products Co., General Motors Corporation, Hudson Motor Car Co., Hupp Motor Car Corporation, Packard Motor Car Co., the Timken-Detroit Co.; Flint, A.C. Spark Plug Co.; Fremont, Fremont Canning Co.; Grand Rapids, Bissell Carpet Sweeper Co.

Minnesota.—Minneapolis, General Mills, Inc., Pillsbury Flour Mills Co.; St. Paul, Weyerhauser Forest Products.

Missouri. -St. Louis, Anheuser-Bush, Inc., Brown Shoe Co., Ralston Purina Co., Inc.

New Jersey.-Bloomfield, Scott & Bowne; Camden, RCA Victor Co., Inc.; Harrison, RCA Radiotron Co., Inc.; Hoboken, Thomas J. Lipton, Inc.; New Brunswick, Interwoven Stocking Co., Johnson & Johnson; Newark, the Mennen Co., Murphy Varnish Co., the Prudential Insurance Co. of America.

New York.-Amsterdam, Mohawk Carpet Mills, Inc.; Brooklyn, the Ex-Lax Co., Hilo Varnish Corporation ; Buffalo, Foster-Milburn Co., Hecker-H-O Co., Inc., Pratt & Lambert, Inc., Remington Rand Business Service, Inc.; Canajoharie, Beech-Nut Packing Co.; Dolgeville, Daniel Green Co.; Elmira, the American Sales Book Co., Ltd., the Frostilla Co.; Jamestown, Air Metal Construction Co.; Long Island City, American Chicle Co., Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co., the George W. Luft Co., Inc.; New York, Alexander Hamilton Institute, the American Agricultural Chemical Co., American Express Co., American Radiator and Standard Sanitary Corporation, American Telephone & Telegraph Co., Anaconda Copper Mining Co., Bakelite Corporation, Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co., Inc., the Borden Co., Inc., the Borden Sales Co., Inc., Borden's Farm Products Co., Inc., Borden's Produce Co., Bristol-Myers Co., Brunswick Radio Corporation, Chesebrough Manufacturing Co., Consolidated, Collins & Aikman Corporation, Copper and Brass Research Association, the Crofut & Knapp Co., the De Laval Separator Co., Dexter Folder Co., Henry L. Doherty & Co., Du Pont Rayon Co., Du Pont Viscoloid Co., Electrical Research Products, Inc., Electrolux Refrigerator Sales, Inc., Ethyl Gasoline Corporation, Fruit Dispatch Co., General Foods Corporation, General Motors Export Co., Gold Dust Corporation, Graybar Electric Co., Inc., Hammermill Paper Co., Peter Henderson & Co., the Hills Bros. Co., Hinze Ambrosia, Inc., the Home Insurance Co., J. M. Horton Ice Cream Co., Inc., Hotel Statler Co., Inc., the House of Tre-Jur, Inc., Richard Hudnut, International Telephone & Telegraph Corporation, Johns-Manville Corporation, I. B. Kleinert Rubber Co., Kops Bros., Inc., the Lambert Co., Thos. Leeming & Co., Inc., Lehn & Fink, Inc., Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co., Inc., McKesson & Robbins, Inc., Mergenthaler Linotype Co., Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., National Carbon Co., Inc., National Electric Light Association, National Lead

Co., New York Central Railroad Co., Otis Elevator Co., Oxford Paper Co., Pacific Mills, the Packer Manufacturing Co., Inc., Paramount Publix Corporation, Remington Arms Co., Inc., Richfield Oil Corporation of New York, Schieffelin & Co., Sinclair Consolidated Oil Corporation, Singer Sewing Machine Co., S K F Industries, Inc., W. & J. Sloane, wholesale, the Spool Cotton Co., E. R. Squibb & Sons, Stanco, Inc., Standard Brands, Inc., Standard Gas Equipment Corporation, Standard Oil Co. (N.J.), the Standard Textile Products Co., S. W. Straus & Co., the Texas Co., Thinc Products, Inc., United States Rubber Co., Vacuum Oil Co., Van Raalte Co., Western Electric Co., Inc., Westinghouse Lamp Co., Wickwire Spencer Steel Co., Zonite Products Corporation; Oneida, Oneida Community, Ltd. ; Palmyra, the Garlock Packing Co.; Port Chester, Life Savers, Inc.; Rochester, Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., J. &. J. Colman (U.S.A.), Ltd., Eastman Kodak Co., Stromberg Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Co., Yawman & Erbe Manufacturing Co.; Schenectady, General Electric Co.; Westfield, the Welch Grape Juice Co.

North Carolina.—Greensboro, Vick Chemical Co.

Ohio.-Akron, Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., the B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co.; Canton, the Climalene Co., Hygienic Products Co., the Timken Roller Bearing Co.; Cincinnati, A. S. Boyle, The Drackett Chemical Sales Co., Gruen Watch Makers Guild, Jergens-Woodbury Sales Corporation, the Proctor & Gamble Co.; Cleveland, Addressograph Co., American Stove Co., the Cleveland Twist Drill Co., the P. A. Geier Co., Perfection Stove Co., Inc., the Premier Vacuum Cleaner Co., the White Co., Willard Storage Battery Co.; Dayton, the National Cash Register Co.; Hamilton, the Champion Coated Paper Co., the Estate Stove Co.; Kent, the Davey Tree Expert Co., Inc.; Middletown, the American Rolling Mill Co.; Toledo, Champion Spark Plug Co., Libbey Owens Ford Glass Co., the Rex Spray Co.; Youngstown, the General Fireproofing Co.

Pennsylvania.-Allentown, Lehigh Portland Cement Co.; Ardmore, the Autocar Co.; Chester, Scott Paper Co.; East Pittsburgh, Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co.; Easton, Alpha Portland Cement Co.; Emporium, Sylvania Products Co.; Lancaster, Armstrong Cork Co., Hamilton-Sangamo Corporation, Hamilton Watch Co.; Manheim, Pecano Manufacturing Co.; Meadville, Hookless Fastener Co.; Oil City, Quaker State Oil Refining Co.; Philadelphia, Bayuk Cigars, Inc., W. Atlee Burpee Co., the Electric Storage Battery Co., Insurance Co. of North America, Atwater Kent Manufacturing Co., John B. Stetson Co.; Pittsburgh, American Sheet & Tin Plate Co., Carnegie Steel Co., Gulf Refining Co., H. J. Heinz Co., National Tube Co., Pittsburgh Steel Co.; Scranton, International Correspondence Schools.

Rhode Island.-Providence, U.S. Gutta Percha Paint Co.
Washington.-Seattle, Crescent Manufacturing Co., J. W. Kobi Co.

West Virginia.-Wheeling, the Bloch Brothers Tobacco Co., Wheeling Steel Corporation,

Wisconsin.-Delavan, Bradley Knitting Co.; Janesville, the Parker Pen Co.; Milwaukee, National Equipment Corporation, Phoenix Hosiery Co., Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.; Oconomowoc, Carnation Co.; Racine, S. C. Johnson & Son ; Waukesha, Thompson's Malted Milk Co., Inc.

FOREIGN ASSOCIATIONS OF ADVERTISERS

The Association of National Advertisers has entered into a plan of cooperation with a number of associations of buyers of advertising in different parts of the world. Under this plan the Association of National Advertisers exchanges information with these associations.

Members of the Association of National Advertisers who happen to be abroad are privileged and invited to call on the headquarters office of these foreign associations for information on sales and advertising subjects.

The associations of buyers of advertising with which we have entered into this plan are:

Australia.--Australian Association of National Advertisers, Sydney.
Austria.-Osterreichischer Reklameschutzverband, Vienna.
Canada.-Association of Canadian Advertisers (Incorporated), Toronto.
England.—The Incorporated Society of British Advertisers, Ltd., London.
France.-Union des Annonceurs, Paris.
Germany.-Reklame-Schutzverband, Berlin.
Holland.-Bond van Adverteeders, Amsterdam,
Mexico.-Asociacion de Anunciantes, Mexico City.
Sweden.-Svenska Annonsorers Forening, Stockholm.

EXHIBIT B

Whereas the Association of National Advertisers, Inc., pursuant to one of the purposes for which it was organized, often has sponsored constructive measures designed to eliminate false, misleading, or deceptive advertising; and

Whereas this association at all times has held itself in readiness to assist in the framing of legislation necessary to protect the vital interests of the consumer; and

Whereas pursuant to such stated policies this association has caused to be examined Senate bill no. 2800, introduced in the Senate of the United States on February 19, 1934, by Mr. Copeland, of New York, which said bill is designed to strengthen and broaden existing pure food and drug legislation : Now, therefore, be it

Resolved, That this association, in duly convened session, express its approval of the general purport and intent of Senate bill no. 2800, as introduced ; and be it further

Resolved, That the proper officers of this association, in such form and in such manner as to them may seem right and proper, make known the sentiments of this organization; and be it further

Resolved, That the said officers be instructed to point out those several features of the bill, which in the opinion of this association, have no reasonable relation to the protection of the public health, or which would appear to work an undue and unnecessary hardship upon the manufacturers of the United States.

BRIEF SUBMITTED BY C. W. GODFREY, 3506 OLIVE STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO., EXECU

TIVE DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL HAIRDRESSERS AND COSMETOLOGISTS' ASSOCIATION, ON BEHALF OF THAT ORGANIZATION

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Much has been said during the course of the hearings on S. 2800; February 27 to March 3, 1934, regarding the effects of the proposed law on manufacturers and producers, but little has been said regarding its effect on the dealer, and especially the small dealer.

The National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association is an organization founded in 1921, composed of nearly 9,000 members, with 18,000 additional code affiliates, and is devoted to the interests and protection of the so-called "beauty-shop" business. There are estimated to be 56,000 “ beauty shops " in the United States.

A beauty shop” is mainly a service institution; but inasmuch as it uses cosmetics professionally and sells them, it is a dealer. In years gone by it made the cosmetics which were used in its own establishment or sold to the patrons. This practice has gradually decreased, but it still persists in many shops, such as the larger ones in the bigger cities, therefore, such shop proprietors must be classed as manufacturers as well as dealers” in interpreting S. 2800. It is difficult to establish a line of demarcation between the two since many shops make a tonic, cream, lotion, or solution for use and/or sale in their own trade.

The National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists' Association is an affiliate member of the industry relations committee, which body is an advisory council for four national associations, the products of the members of which find their main outlet through the beauty shop. This council comprises the manufacturers, the jobbers, the schools where beauty culture is taught, and finally, the beauty shop itself. Thus the National Hairdressers and Cosmetolobists' Association is interested in the possible effects of S. 2800 upon, firstly, the beauty shop itself and, secondly, upon the industry.

UNEXPECTED INTERPRETATIONS OFFER OPPORTUNITY FOR GRAFT

A permanent-wave apparatus certainly should not be expected to be classed as an adulterated drug. Yet that is exactly what is made possible in S. 2800. On page 2, line 11, in section 2 (b), we find one definition of “drug" as "all substances and preparations, other than food, and all devices intended to affect the structure or any function of the body.” The permanent wave is created in the hair by the alteration of the hair structure by means of the device known as the permanent-wave machine or apparatus. Page 5, line 12, of section 4 provides that a drug” shall be deemed to be adulterated if it is dangerous

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