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ASSOCIATION: ASSOCIATIONS -Continued.

§ 8:1. 38: p. 4. After two years, etc., interlocking directorships in any two or more corporations engaged in whole or in part in commerce, either one of which has capital, surplus, and undivided profits aggregating more than $1,000,000 prohibited, except as to banks, banking associations, trust companies, and common carriers subject to Act to regulate commerce, etc.

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Penalty for embezzlement, etc., by president, director, officer, or manager of any firm association, or corporation engaged in commerce as a common carrier, etc., of any of the moneys, funds, etc., of such firm, association, etc.

Certain dealings, contracts, etc., between common carriers and another corporation, firm, association, etc., having officers, etc., in common, etc., to be made only with the bidder whose bid is most favorable to such common carrier, etc.

§ 11:1. 18: p. 6. Jurisdiction vested in the Federal Reserve Board as to sections 2, 3, 7, and 8 of this Act where applicable to banks, banking associations, and trust companies.

§ 16:1. 51: p. 8. Any person, firm, corporation, or association, etc., shall be entitled to sue for and have injunctive relief, etc., for threatened loss or damage by a violation of the antitrust laws, including sections 2, 3, 7, and 8 of this Act.

16:1. 9:p. 9. Nothing herein to be construed to entitle any person, firm, corporation, or association, etc., except the United States, to sue in equity for injunctive relief against any common carrier subject to the Act of February 4, 1887, in respect of any matter subject to the regulation, etc., of the Interstate Commerce Commission.

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Nothing in this Act shall prohibit any officer, director, or employee of any member bank or Class A director of a Federal reserve bank, who shall first procure the consent of the Federal Reserve Board, etc., from being an officer, director, or employee of not more than two other banks, banking associations, or trust companies, whether organized under the laws of the United States or any State, if such other bank, banking association, or trust company is not in substantial competition with such member bank. (Act of May 15, 1916.)

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AT A GREATER DISTANCE.

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AT ANY PLACE.

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AT ANY TIME.

Without permission of the trial court, no writ of subpoena to issue, in civil cases brought by or on behalf of United States under the antitrust laws, for witnesses living out of the district, etc., at a greater distance than 100 miles, etc.

From attending at any place where any such person, etc., may lawfully be.

§ 11:1. 46: p. 6. The commission or board may at any time, etc., modify or set aside, etc., any report or order made or issued by it under this section.

§ 15:1. 43: p. 8. The court may at any time make such temporary restraining order, etc.

AT ITS DISCRETION.

§ 1:1. 15: p. 13. The Federal Reserve Board is hereby authorized, at its discretion, to grant, withhold, or revoke such consent. (Act of May 15, 1916.)

AT LAW.

§ 24:1. 9:p. 12. In conformity to the usages at law and in equity now prevailing.

AT LEAST.

§ 11:1. 26: p. 6. Upon a day, etc., therein fixed at least 30 days after the service of said complaint.

AT THE END OF.

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At the end of the fiscal year, etc.

At the end of the second clause of section 8, etc. (Act of May 15, 1916.)

AT THE SAME TIME.

§ 8:1. 51: p. 3. After two years, etc., no person shall be, at the same time, a director or other officer or employee of more than one bank, etc.

§ 8:1. 35: p. 4. After two years, etc., no person at the same time shall be a director in any two or more corporations, etc.

§ 10:1. 34: p. 5. Any person who is at the same time a director, manager, or purchasing or selling officer, etc.

AT THE TIME.

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At the time of his election or selection.
And make return to the order at the time fixed
therein.

ATTACHMENT.

§ 22:1. 8: p. 11. If the accused, being a natural person, fail or refuse to make return to the rule to show cause for contempt, etc., an attachment may issue against his person to compel an answer,

etc.

§ 22:1. 14: p. 11. Where the accused is a body corporate, an attachment for the sequestration of its prop

erty may be issued upon like refusal or fail

ure to answer.

§ 22:1. 37: p. 11. The court or a judge thereof, etc., may dispense with the rule to show cause and may issue an attachment for the arrest of the person charged with contempt, etc.

ATTEMPT.

§ 10:1. 45: p. 5. Punishment prescribed for any person who shall, directly or indirectly, do or attempt to do anything to prevent anyone from bidding, etc.

ATTEMPTING.

7:1. 21: p. 3. This section not to apply to corporations purchasing said stock solely for investment and not using the same, by voting or otherwise, to bring about or in attempting to bring about the substantial lessening of competition.

ATTEND.

§ 13:1. 16: p. 8. In any suit, action, or proceeding brought by or on behalf of the United States subpoenas may run into any other district for witnesses who are required to attend a court of the United States in any judicial district, in any case, civil or criminal, arising under the antitrust laws, provided, etc.

§ 22:1. 21: p. 11. The court may cause a sufficient number of jurors to be selected and summoned, as provided by law, to attend at the time and place of trial, etc.

ATTENDANCE.

§ 22:1. 12: p. 11. The accused in contempt proceedings may be required to give reasonable bail for his attendance at the trial, etc.

§ 22:1. 18: p. 11. The court may impanel a jury from the jurors then in attendance.

ATTENDING.

§ 20:1. 26: p. 10. No restraining order or injunction shall pro

hibit any person or persons from attending at any place where any such person or persons may lawfully be, etc.

ATTORNEY: ATTORNEYS. See also, "Counsel."

§ 4:1. 25: p. 2. And shall recover threefold the damages by him sustained, and the cost of suit, including a reasonable attorney's fee.

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8. It shall be the duty of the several district attorneys of the United States, in their respective districts, under direction of the Attorney General, to institute proceedings in equity to prevent and restrain such violations of this Act.

§ 19:1. 8: p. 10. Every order of injunction or restraining order, etc., to be binding only upon the parties to the suit, their officers, agents, servants, employers, and attorneys, or those in active concert, or participating with them, and who shall, by personal service or otherwise, have received actual notice of the same.

20:1. 21: p. 10. The application for a restraining order or injunction must be in writing and sworn to by the applicant or by his agent or attorney.

§ 22:1. 50: p. 10. Or by information filed by any district attorney that there is reasonable ground to believe any person guilty of contempt.

ATTORNEY GENERAL.

§ 10:1. 6:p. 6. The Interstate Commerce Commission shall transmit all papers and documents and its own views or findings regarding the transaction to the Attorney General.

§ 15:1. 36: p. 8. It shall be the duty of the several district attorneys of the United States, etc., to institute proceedings in equity to prevent and restrain violations of this Act, under the direction of the Attorney General.

AUGUST 27, 1894.

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The Act approved August 27, 1894, included in the term "antitrust laws."

§ 1:1. 12:p. 1. The Act approved February 12, 1913, entitled "An Act to amend sections 73 and 76 of the Act of August 27, 1894," included in the term "antitrust laws."

AUTHORITY.

§ 11:1. 14: p. 6. Authority to enforce compliance with sections 2, 3, 7, and 8 of this Act, by the persons respectively subject thereto, is hereby vested in the Interstate Commerce Commission, where applicable to common carriers, in the Federal Reserve Board, where applicable to banks, banking associations, and trust companies, and in the Federal Trade Commission where applicable to all other character of commerce, etc.

AUTHORIZE.

§ 7:1. 46: p. 3. Nothing in this section to be held or construed to authorize or make lawful anything heretofore prohibited or made illegal by the antitrust laws.

AUTHORIZED.

§ 1:1. 29:p. 1. The word "person" or "persons," etc., to be deemed to include corporations, and associations existing under or authorized by the laws of either the Uuited States, of any of the Territories, of any State, or of any foreign country.

§ 11:1. 50: p. 7. Complaints, orders, and other processes of the commission or board under this section may be served by anyone duly authorized by the commission or board, etc.

§ 14:1. 26: p. 8. Violation by a corporation of any of the penal provisions of the antitrust laws to be deemed to be also that of the individual directors, officers, or agents of such corporation, who shall have authorized, ordered, or done any of the acts constituting in whole or in part such violation, etc.

§ 1:1. 15:p. 13. The Federal Reserve Board is hereby authorized to grant, withhold, or revoke such consent. (Act of May 15, 1916.)

AVERAGE.

§ 8:1. 8:p. 4. The eligibility of a director, officer, or employee, under the foregoing provisions, shall be determined by the average amount of deposits, capital, surplus, and undivided profits, as shown in the official statements of such bank, banking associations, or trust company, etc.

AWAY.

§ 9:1. 21:p. 5. Nothing in this section to be held to take away or impair the jurisdiction of the courts of the several States under the laws thereof, etc.

BAIL.

B.

§ 22:1. 12: p. 11. Person accused of contempt may be required

to give reasonable bail for his attendance at the trial, and submission to the final judgment of the court.

§ 22:1. 40: p. 11. If the rule to show cause be dispensed with,

such person when arrested for contempt, etc., shall be admitted to bail in a reasonable penalty for his appearance to answer to the charge or for trial, etc.

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