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§ 2:1. 34: p. 1. Unlawful for any person engaged in commerce, etc., to discriminate in price between different purchasers of commodities, etc
DISCRIMINATION. § 2:1. 38: p. 1.
When the effect of such discrimination may be to substantially lessen competition, etc.
2:1. 41:p. 1. Nothing herein to prevent discrimination in price, etc., on account of differences in grade, quality, etc.
2:1. 44: p. 1. Or to prevent discrimination in price in the same or different communities in good faith to meet competition.
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Nothing herein shall be construed to relate to contempts, etc., committed in disobedience of any lawful writ, process, etc., entered in any suit, etc., in the name of or on behalf of the United States, etc.
§ 21:1. 39:p. 10. Any person who shall willfully disobey any lawful writ, process, 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, etc.
§ 22:1. 36:p. 11. The court may dispense with the rule to show cause and may issue an attachment for the arrest of the person charged with contempt.
§ 22:1. 10:p. 11. If it be impracticable, for any reason, to dispose of the matter on the return day, he may be required to give reasonable bail, etc.
§ 20:1. 15:p. 10. No restraining order or injunction to be granted etc., growing out of a dispute concerning terms and conditions of employment, unless necessary to prevent irreparable injury, etc. § 20:1. 30:p. 10. Nor to prevent any person, etc., from ceasing to employ any party to such dispute, etc. § 20:1. 33:p. 10. Or from paying to or withholding from any person engaged in such dispute, any strike benefits or other moneys, etc.
§ 20:1. 36: p. 10. Or from doing any act or thing which might lawfully be done in the absence of any such dispute, etc.
§ 17:1. 39: p. 9. The opposite party may appear, upon two days' notice, etc., and move the dissolution or modification of the temporary restraining order.
§ 17:1. 36: p. 9. If the party obtaining the temporary restraining order does not proceed with the application for a preliminary injunction the court shall dissolve the temporary restraining order.
§ 13:1. 20: p. 8. In civil cases, brought by or on behalf of the United States under the antitrust laws, etc., no writ of subpoena for witnesses shall run out of the district at a greater distance than 100 miles from the place of holding court, without the previous permission of the trial court, etc.
§ 4:1. 21: p. 2. Any person injured in his business or property etc., by anything forbidden in the antitrust laws may sue therefor in any district court of the United States, in the district in which the defendant resides, or is found, or has an agent, etc.
§ 9:1. 20:p. 5. Prosecutions for embezzlement, etc., of any of the moneys, etc., of any firm, association, or corporation engaged in commerce as a common carrier, by its president, director, officer, or manager, etc., may be in the district court of the United States for the district wherein the offense may have been committed.
12:1. 10: p. 8. Any suit under the antitrust laws against a corporation may be brought not only in the judicial district whereof it is an inhabitant, but also in any district wherein it may be found or transacts business.
§ 12:1. 12: p. 8. All process in such cases may be served in the district of which it is an inhabitant or wherever it may be found.
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In any suit, etc., by or on behalf of the United States, subpoenaes for witnesses required to attend a court of the United States in any judicial district, in any case, civil or criminal, arising under the antitrust laws, may run into any other district, etc.
§ 13:1. 19: p. 8. Provided, that in civil cases no subpoena shall issue for witnesses living out of the district in which the court is held, at a greater distance than 100 miles, etc., without the permission of the trial court, etc.
§ 15:1. 35:p. 8. It shall be the duty of the several district attorneys of the United States in their respective districts, under the direction of Attorney General, to institute proceedings in equity to prevent and restrain violations. of this Act.
15:1. 48: p. Other parties may be summoned by the court 15:1. 49:p. 8. whether residing in the district, etc., or not, and subpoenas may be served, to that end, in any district, by the marshal thereof.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ATTORNEYS.
§ 15:1. 34: p. 8. It shall be the duty of the several district attorneys of the United States, under the direction of the Attorney General, to institute proceedings to prevent and restrain violations of this Act.
§ 22:1. 50: p. 10. The court may issue a rule to show cause, etc., for contempt, upon affidavits, etc., or by information filed by any district attorney, etc.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. See "Court. 1. District Court of the United States."
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
§ 1:1. 17:p. 1. "Commerce," as used herein, means trade or commerce among the several States and with foreign nations, or between the District of Columbia or any Territory of the United States and any State, etc.
§ 1:1. 22:p. 1. Or between any insular possessions of United States or other places under the jurisdiction of the United States, or between any such possessions or place and any State or Territory of the United States or the District of Columbia or any foreign nation.
§ 1:1. 23:p. 1. Or within the District of Columbia or any territory or any insular possession or other place within the jurisdiction of the United States, etc.
§ 2:1. 36:p. 1. Discrimination in price between purchasers of commodities forbidden to any person engaged in commerce, etc., which commodities are sold for use, etc., within the United States or any Territory thereof, or the District of Columbia, etc.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-Continued.
§ 3:1. 9:p. 2. Certain sales for use, consumption, or resale within the United States, any territory thereof, or the District of Columbia, upon the condition, etc., that the purchaser, etc., shall not use or deal in the goods, etc., of a competitor, unlawful.
§ 21:1. 41:p. 10. Any person willfully disobeying any lawful writ, etc., of any district court of the United States, or any court, etc., of the District of Columbia, shall be proceded against for his said contempt, etc.
§ 23:1. 53: p. 11. Upon the granting of such writ of error, execution of judgment shall be stayed, and the accused, if thereby sentenced to imprisonment, shall be admitted to bail in such reasonable sum as may be required by the court, etc., or by any justice, or any judge of any district court of United States, or any court of the District of Columbia.
§ 11:1. 41: p. 6. The commission or board shall issue and cause to be served upon such person an order requiring such person to cease and desist from such violations and divest itself of the stock held, etc., contrary to the provisions of sections 7 and 8 of this Act, etc.
§ 22:1. 30:p. 11. Such fine, where more than one is so damaged, may be divided or apportioned among them as the court may direct.
§ 8:1. 47:p. 4. The eligibility of a director, under the foregoing provisions, shall be determined by the aggregate amount of capital, surplus, and undivided profits, exclusive of dividends declared but not paid to stockholders, etc.
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Punishments prescribed for any person who shall do or attempt to do anything to prevent anyone from bidding, or shall do any act to prevent free and fair competition among the bidders, etc.
§ 20:1. 26: p. 10. No restraining order or injunction shall prohibit any person, etc., from ceasing to perform any work or labor or from recommending others by peaceful means so to do, etc.
§ 10:1. 5:p. 6. The Interstate Commerce Commission, whenever it shall, etc., have reason to believe that the law has been violated in and about said purchases or transactions by common carriers, shall transmit all papers and documents and its own views or findings regarding the transaction to the Attorney General.
§ 19:1. 6:p. 10. Every order of injunction or restraining order, etc., shall describe in reasonable detail and not by reference to the bill of complaint or other document the act or acts sought to be restrained.
§ 17:1. 36: p. 9. If the party obtaining the temporary restraining order does not proceed with the application for a preliminary injunction, the court shall dissolve the temporary restraining order.
§ 20:1. 35:p. 10. No restraining order or injunction shall prohibit any person from doing any act or thing which might lawfully be done in the absence of such dispute by the party thereto.
§ 21:1. 41:p. 10. Any person, etc., doing any act or thing forbidden, etc., in any lawful writ, etc., of any district court of the United States or any court of the District of Columbia shall be proceeded against for his said contempt, etc.
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Aggregating more than five million dollars. 4. Aggregating more than five million dollars. 4. Aggregating more than one million dollars. Not less than five hundred dollars.
To the amount of more than fifty thousand dollars.
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§ 22:1. 32:p. 11. In no case shall exceed one thousand dollars.
§ 14:1. 26: p. 8. Violation of any of the penal provisions of the
anti-trust laws shall be deemed to be also that of the individual directors, officers, etc., who shall have authorized, ordered, or done any of the acts constituting, etc., such violation.