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§ 8:1. 6:p. 5. Until the expiration of one year from the date of his election or employment.
§ 17:1. 22:p. 9. Every such temporary restraining order shall be indorsed with the date and hour of issu
§ 25:1. 11:p. 12. No proceeding for contempt to be instituted, etc., unless begun within one year from the date of the act complained of.
§ 10:1. 51:p. 5. Every such common carrier having any such transactions or making such purchases shall, within 30 days after making the same, file a full and detailed statement, etc., with the Interstate Commerce Commission, etc.
§ 11:1. 26: p. 6. The complaint of commission or board for vio26:p. lation of sections 2, 3, 7, and 8 of this Act shall contain notice of a hearing upon a day and place therein fixed at least 30 days after the service, etc.
§ 17:1. 26: p. 9. Every such temporary restraining order, etc., shall by its terms expire within such time after entry, not to exceed 10 days, as the court or judge may fix.
§ 17:1. 37: p. 9. The opposite party may appear and move the dissolution or modification of the temporary
restraining order upon two days' notice to the party obtaining such order.
§ 22:1. 11:p. 11. If for any reason it be impracticable to dispose of the matter on the return day, he may be required to give reasonable bail, etc.
§ 22:1. 54: p. 10.
May issue a rule requiring the said person so charged to show cause, upon a day certain, why he should not be punished therefor, etc.
3:1. 13:p. 2. Sales, contracts, etc., on condition, etc., that the purchaser, etc., shall not use or deal in the goods, etc., of a competitor, etc., unlawful.
From and after two years, etc., no common carrier engaged in commerce shall have any dealings in securities, supplies, etc., with any corporation, etc., with which it has certain officers in common, etc., unless and except such purchases shall be made from, or such dealings shall be with, the bidder whose bid is the most favorable to such common carrier, etc.
8:1. 19: p. 4. As shown by the last preceding decennial census of the United States, etc.
§ 8:1. 47:p. 4. The eligibility of a director under the foregoing provision shall be determined by the aggregate amount of capital, surplus, and undivided profits, exclusive of dividends declared but not paid to stockholders.
§ 5:1. 26:p. 2. A final judgment and decree, etc., in any suit, 5:1. 32:p. 2. etc., by or on behalf of the United States, etc., under the antitrust laws, etc., shall be prima facie evidence against such defendant in any suit, etc., brought by any other party against such defendant, etc., as to all matters respecting which such judgment or decree would be an estoppel as between the parties thereto.
§ 5:1. 34:p. 2. This section not to apply to consent judgments or decrees entered before any testimony has been taken.
5:1. 36: p. 2.
Nor to consent judgments or decrees rendered in criminal proceedings or suits in equity now pending, in which the taking of testimony has been commenced but has not been concluded, provided such judgments or decrees are rendered before any further testimony is taken.
§ 11:1. 9:p. 7. The circuit court of appeals shall have power to make and enter, etc., a decree affirming,
modifying, or setting aside the order of the commission or board.
§ 11:1. 25:p. 7. The judgment and decree of the circuit court of appeals shall be final, except that the same
shall be subject to review by the Supreme Court upon certiorari, etc.
§ 15:1. 42:p. 8. The court may at any time make such temporary restraining order or prohibition as shall
be determined just, etc., pending such petition and before final decree, etc.
§ 21:1. 40:p. 10. Any person willfully disobeying any lawful writ, process, order, rule, or decree, etc., of any district court of the United States or any court of the District of Columbia, etc., shall be proceeded against for his said contempt,
§ 24:1. 5:p. 12. Nothing herein, etc., to be construed to relate to contempts committed, etc., in disobedience of any lawful writ, etc., or decree entered in any suit by or on behalf of the United States, etc.
§ 11:1. 47: p. 6. As the commission or board shall deem proper,
18:1. 52: p. 9. DEEMED. See also, "Construction of words and phrases.”
As the court or judge may deem proper.
§ 1:1. 28:p. 1. The word "person" or "persons" wherever used in this act shall be deemed to include, etc.
§ 8:1. 3:p. 5. Any person elected or chosen as a director or officer, or selected as an employee, etc., if eligible at election to act, etc., shall not, etc., become or be deemed amenable to any of the provisions hereof by reason of any change in the affairs of such bank or other corporation, etc.
9:1. 15:p. 5. Every president, director, officer, or manager of any firm, association, or corporation engaged in business as a common carrier embezzling, etc., any of the moneys, etc., of such firm,. association, or corporation shall be deemed guilty of a felony, etc.
10:1. 11:p. 6. Every director, etc., of a common carrier knowingly voting for, etc., or directing or aiding
or abetting such violation shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, etc.
§ 14:1. 24:p. 8. Whenever a corporation shall violate any of the penal provisions of the antitrust laws, such
violation shall be deemed also that of the individual directors, officers, etc.
§ 14:1. 28: p. 8. And such violation shall be deemed a misdemeanor, etc.
§ 15:1. 44: p. 8. The court, pending such petition and before final decree, may make such temporary restraining order or prohibition as shall be deemed just in the premises.
§ 17:1. 45:p. 9. Nothing in this section shall be deemed to alter, repeal, or amend section 266 of the Act adproved March 3, 1911.
[Sec. 266 of the Act of Mar. 3, 1911, prescribes that motions for injunctions based upon the alleged unconstitutionality of State statutes shall be heard by three judges.]
§ 4:1. 22:p. 2. Suit under the antitrust laws by any person
injured, etc., may be brought, etc., in the district in which the defendant resides, or is found, or has an agent, etc.
§ 5:1. 29:p. 2. A final judgment or decree, etc., in any suit, 5:1. 30:p. 2. etc., by or on behalf of United States, etc., § 5:1. 31:p. 2. under the antitrust laws, to the effect that the defendant has violated said laws, shall be prima facie evidence against such defendant, etc., in any suit brought by any other party, etc., against such defendant, etc.
§ 17:1. 24: p. 9. Every temporary restraining order shall define the injury, etc.
§ 8:1. 31:p. 4. As defined in the Federal reserve act, etc. DEFINITIONS. See also "Construction of words and phrases.' § 1:1. 4: p. 1. That "antitrust laws," as used herein, includes the Act, etc., approved July 2, 1890; sections 73 to 77, inclusive, of the Act, etc., of August 27, 1894; an Act, etc., approved February 12, 1913; and also this Act.
§ 1:1. 16:p. 1. "Commerce" as used herein means trade or
§ 1:1. 27:p. 1. The word "person" or
§ 22:1. 40: p. 11. The person arrested for contempt to be brought before such court, etc., without unnecessary delay, etc.
§ 11:1. 51:p. 7. Complaints, orders, and other processes of the
commission or board may be served by delivering a copy thereof to the person to be served, etc.
§ 22:1. 17: p. 11. Such trial for contempt may be by the court or by a jury, upon demand of the accused, etc.
8:1. 54: p. 3. Either of which has deposits, capital, etc., over $5,000,000, etc.
§ 8:1. 3:p. 4. Having deposits, capital, etc:, over $5,000,000,
8:1. 8:p. 4. The eligibility of a director under the foregoing provisions shall be determined by the average amount of deposits, capital, etc.
§ 19:1. 5:p. 10. Every order of injunction or restraining order, etc., shall describe in reasonable detail, etc., the act or acts sought to be restrained, etc.
§ 20:1. 19:p. 10. The property or property right injured must be described with particularity in the application for a restraining order or injunction.
§ 10:1. 47:p. 5. Punishment prescribed for preventing, etc., free and fair competition among the bidders or those desiring to bid.
§ 11:1. 30: p. 6. To show cause why an order should not be entered by the commission or board requiring such person to cease and desist from such violations of sections 2, 3, 7, and 8 of this Act.
§ 11:1. 40: p. 6. If said sections have been or are being violated, the commission or board shall issue, etc.,
an order requiring such person to cease and desist from such violations.
§ 11:1. 29:p. 7. Any party required by such order, etc., to cease and desist from a violation charged, may obtain a review of such order in said circuit court of appeals, etc.
§ 19:1 5:p. 10. Every order of injunction or restraining order, etc., shall describe in reasonable detail, etc.,
§ 10:1. 52: p. 5. Every such common carrier, etc., shall, within. 30 days, etc., file with the Interstate Commerce Commission a full and detailed statement, etc.
§ 15:1. 41:p. 8. The court shall proceed, as soon as may be, to the hearing and determination of the case.
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