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SCHTARTZ & CO., INC., E. V., ET AL..
SHADE SHOP. HOPER & KLESTER litra Kleper doing business
SHALER. GEORGE B.,George B. Shueres al, doing business Bess to

ET AL......
Skats Eerox Co., The
SHOFFNER, T. A., ET AL doing business as the diamance Hosery Hills
SILVERMAN, JACOB, ET AL. doing business as Warewell co....
SILVERMAN, SAMEL, ET AL. (doing business as Warvell Co!
SINONS, L. X. 28 officer, director, and member of Chamber of Commerce!

ET AL.
SINOXS, HATCH & WHITTEN CO.........
SMITH, CLIFFORD doing business as Clifford Smith Co)......
SMITH CO., CLIFFORD (Cliford Smith doing business as).
SPENCER, JAMES B., ET AL......
SPRITZER, HARRY. ET AL. (doing business as Daum, Rogers, Spritzer Co.l.
STANDARD ELECTRIC LANT FACTURING (0., THE..
STEARNES SALT & LIMBER CO., ET AL......
STIXEMETZ & SON CO., B. H....
STOCKER, EUGENE D. ET AL.....
STOCKLAND ROAD MACHINERY CO..
Storer Co., Inc., et al........
Suburban Electric Derelopment Co., Inc., et al.,
Suburban Lighting Corporation et al.,
SI LLOWAY MILLS...
SUMMY, CLAYTOX F., ET AL.......
SWIFT & CO.....
TALBOTT, WILLIAM M., ET AL.
TAMPA BOX CO., THE, ET AL.
TAMPA-CUBA CIGAR CO., ET AL..
Taylor Fur Co., F. C., et al......
THOMASSON, E. M., ET AL.
THOMPSON, ANDREW N., ET AL. (doing business as Thompson Brus.)..
THOMPSON, A. WALTER, ET AL. (doing business as Thompson Bros.)...
THOMPSON BROS. (J. Reed Thompson et al. doing business as)......
THOMPSON, GEORGE L., ET AL. (doing business as Thompson Bros.)....
THOMPSON, J. REED, ET AL. (doing business as Thompson Bros.).....
T. I. Głynn Leather Co., Inc., et al.......
Trant & Conorer (R. F. Trant et al. doing business as).
Trant, R. F., et al.....
Trant, R. F. (R. F. Trant et al. doing business as Trant & Conover), et al.
TUBBS, S. F., ET AL..
Tungsten Manufacturing Co. (Marshall Oil Co. doing business as).
Unca pher Co., Inc., E. L., et al. .....
UNION SALT CO. ET AL.
United Chemical & Color Co. (Louis Rosenthal doing business as),
United Electric Co......
UNITED STATES HOFFMAN MACHINERY CORPORATION ET AL..
Upjohn Co., The .....
VAN ROE, J. (J. Van Roe et al. doing business as D. N. Holway & (0.) ET AL.
VEGA & CO., CELESTINE, ET AL......
V. GUERRA DIAZ & CO. ET AL.......
Vick Chemical Co., The (L. Richardson et al. doing business as)

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Vortex Manufacturing Co.....
Wagner, Inc., Charles E., et al..
Walker, E. H., et al...
Waltke & Co., Wm....
Ward Baking Co...
WAREWELL CO. (Samuel Silverman et al. doing business as)
Waterman Co., L. E....
WEIDMAN-FISHER & CO. (George F. Weidman et al. doing business as)

ET AL....
WEIDMAN, GEORGE F. (George F. Weidman et al. doing business as

Weidman-Fisher & Co.) ET AL....
WEISEL, GEORGE F. (as officer, director and member of Chamber of Com-

merce) ET AL....
Western Clock Co.....
WESTERN MEAT CO..
WHITE, MICHAEL J., ET AL.
William G. Krepe Investment Co. et al..
William Waltke & Co....
WILLIS, CHARLES H., ET AL......
Wilson & Co., Inc. See unnumbered page following page.
WITT, W. H., ET AL....
WODESKA & CO., CORRAL ET AL.......
WOOD, HARVEY J., ET AL..
WORCESTER SALT CO. ET AL.
W. P. Galloway Co., Inc., et al.....
WRIGHT AND GOWAN CO., INC..
YOUNG, J. W. (J. W. Young et al. doing business as D. N. Holway & Co.)

ET AL.
YOUNG, L. I., ET AL. (doing business as Alamance Hosiery Mills).

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TABLE OF CASES IN WHICH PETITIONS FOR REVIEW OF

ORDERS OF THE COMMISSION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS FROM MAY 22, 1922, TO FEBRUARY 13, 1923.

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Volume Pata THE MEXXEN COMPANY...

IV 258 Petition filed in the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the . Second Circuit on May 27, 1922. Commission's order set aside March 13, 1923. 288 Fed. 774. Petition for writ of certiorari denied

by the Supreme Court on June 11, 1923. 262 U. S. 759. SOUTHERN HARDWARE JOBBERS ASSOCIATION ET AL...... IV 48

Petition filed in the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on May 30, 1922. Commission's order affirmed June

13, 1923. 290 Fed. 774. B. S. PEARSALL BUTTER COMPANY.....

V 127 Petition filed in the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit on September 1, 1922. Commission's order set aside

July 19, 1923. 292 Fed. 720. JUVENILE SHOE COMPANY..

V 105 Petition for review filed in the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on September 26, 1922. Commission's order affirmed May 14, 1923. 289 Fed. 57. Petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court on October 15, 1923. 43

Sup. Ct. 34.
SWIFT & COMPANY.....,

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Petition filed in the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the

Seventh Circuit on October 24, 1922. ARMOUR & COMPANY.....

IV 457 Petition filed in the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit on November 14, 1922. 80044°-24-VOL 5-2

XVII

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION DECISIONS

FINDINGS AND ORDERS MAY 22, 1922, TO FEBRUARY 13, 1923

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

V.
CIGAR MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION OF TAMPA,

FLORIDA, ET AL.

COMPLAINT IN THE MATTER OF THE ALLEGED VIOLATION OF SECTION

5 OF AN ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED SEPTEMBER 26, 1914..

Docket 709_May 22, 1922.
SYLLABUS.
Where an unincorporated Association composed of cigar manufacturers producing the

larger part of the cigars manufactured in a certain territory agreed on a uniform
stand regarding labor policies and with the intent and effect of coercing cigar
manufacturers whose labor policies did not conform to those of the Association,
made and respected contracts with three cigar box manufacturers upon whom
the cigar manufacturers in that territory, both members and nonmembers of the
Association, were dependent for a supply of cigar boxes, to take said box manu-
facturers' entire output at stipulated prices for an extended period, and declined
to furnish, or permit the box manufacturers to furnish, cigar boxes to competing
manufacturers whose labor policies did not conform to those of the Association,
and thereby eliminated competition between cigar box manufacturers in the sale
of their products, caused competing cigar manufacturers to do business under a
handicap or curtail production or cease from business entirely, and unduly

hindered commerce in the sale of cigars: Held, That such acts and practices substantially as described, constituted unfair methods of competition.

COMPLAINT. The Federal Trade Commission, having reason to believe from a preliminary investigation made by it, that The Cigar Manufacturer's Association of Tampa, Florida, an incorporated association, Jose Escalante as President of said association, Enrique Pendas, as Treasurer of said association, A. A. Martinez, as Secretary of said association, (and each of the aforesaid officers of said association as individuals), Porto Rican American Tobacco Company, a corporation, C. H. S. Cigar Company, a corporation, Francisco Arango Company, a corporation, Facundo Arguelles and Celestine Lopez, copartners under the firm name and style of Arguelles, Lopez and Brothers, Matthew W. Berriman and Edward C. Berriman, copartners under the firm name and style of Berriman Brothers, Alvara 5 F. T. C.

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