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FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

DECISIONS

FINDINGS AND ORDERS OF THE

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

MAY 22, 1922, TO FEBRUARY 13, 1923

PUBLISHED BY THE COMMISSION

VOLUME V

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WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

1924

MEMBERS OF THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION.

AS OF FEBRUARY 13, 1923.

Victor MURDOCK, Chairman.

Took oath of office September 4, 1917, and October 4, 1918.1 John F. NUGENT, Vice Chairman.

Took oath of office January 15, 1921. HUSTON THOMPSON.

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Took oath of office January 17, 1919, and September 26, 1919." VERNON W. VAN FLEET.

Took oath of office June 30, 1922. NELSON B. GASKILL.

Took oath of office January 31, 1920. Otis B. JOHNSON, Secretary.

Took oath of office August 8, 1922.

During the period May 22, 1922, to February 13, 1923, there also served as secretaryJ. P. YODER.

Took oath of office April 1, 1919; resigned August 5, 1922.

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PREFACE.

This, the fifth volume of the Commission's decisions, covers the period from May 22, 1922, to February 13, 1923, inclusive. It may be noted that the period so covered falls short of 9 months as compared with a little less than 11 months covered by Volume IV, and 12 months covered by Volume III-a fact due to the continually increasing number of cases brought before the Commission. The steadily widening range of the subjects covered in these cases has already been referred to in connection with the publication of previous volumes of the Commission's findings and orders.

Reference should perhaps be made to the subject index in the back of the volume. An unfair method of competition consists of the doing of things through which an unfair end may be accomplished. With this in mind an effort has been made to have the index consistently carry out this thought, i. e., express the action under consideration. Suitable cross references, of course, have been inserted where required by convenience or by established nomenclature.

This volume has been prepared and edited by Richard S. Ely, of the Commission's staff.

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