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TABLE OF COMMODITIES.

Page. Automobile rim parts.

335 Automobile tires ..

327, 349 Blankets ...

345 Books.

294 Butter.

127 Butterine.

127 Button switches, snap and push

376 Cigar boxes..

1 Cigars...

1 Clothing.

207, 424 Coats...

131 Comforts..

303 Cotton plush...

131 Electrical switches (snap and push button).

376 Enamel ...

112, 410 Furnishings.

424 Garment-pressing machines.

439 Hones (razor).

100 Hosiery ... 183, 193, 198, 230, 234, 238, 239, 245, 257, 264, 269, 284, 290, 309, 321, 372 Hydrogen peroxide.

314 Live stock...

143, 417 Machinery: Garment-pressing.

439 Road....

77, 82, 86, 87 Meat and meat products.

143, 417 Merchandise (in general).

451 Motion-picture films..

219 Musical publications

465 Nut butter....

127 Oil stocks..

38, 274, 354, 361 Oils (automobile).

92 Oleomargarine. Overcoats..

207 Paint......

112, 177, 391, 410 Petroleum distillate...

203 Photoplays.

219 sh.....

131 Portraits.

396 Publications..

294, 465 Push-button switches.

376 Razor hones....

100 Razors ...

33, 172, 189 Rim parts (automobile).

335 Road machinery...

77, 82, 86, 87

127

Roofing material..
Rope...
Salt...
Securities.....
Shades (window)..
Shares ....
Shaving outfits.
Sheet music...
Ship chandlery supplies..
Shoes (infants', children's, and misses').
Snap-button switches.
Socks.
Stocks (oil)..
Suits....
Switches, electrical (snap and push button)..
Tailoring business.
Taxi service.....
Telephone instruments and accessories .
Tires (automobile)..
Toilet preparations.
Turpentine substitute..
Underwear.
Varnishes.
Window shades....

Page.

410 120

67 38, 274, 354, 361

24 38, 274, 354, 361

172 465

60 105 376

345 38, 274, 354, 361

207 376 207 473

385 327, 349

136 203, 435

55 112, 177, 253, 410

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INDEX.

Page.
Acquiring stock to eliminate competition (in violation of section 7 of the Clay-
ton Act,

143, 417
Advertising)

Advertising business under various names to preempt their use. See Ap-

propriating names unfairly.
Appropriating advertising values created by competitor. See Appropriat-

ing competitor's name, etc.
Claiming falsely-

Motion-picture rights in. See Claiming, etc.
To give benefit to customers of money spent in advertising by others.

See Offering deceptive inducements to purchase.
Collecting and destroying advertising and sales mediums of competitor.

See Cutting off or restricting access to market.
Listing business deceptively in telephone directory. See Advertising

falsely and misleadingly; Assuming misleading mame; Simulating.

Simulating advertising matter of competitor. See Simulating.
Advertising falsely and misleadingly:

For unfair practices in general. See Unfair methods of competition.
As to-
Business status-
Identity.....

24, 473
Jobber or dealer being manufacturer.

245, 410
Composition of product....

55,
131, 136, 183, 193, 198, 230, 234, 238, 257, 264, 269, 284, 290, 303, 309,

321, 345, 372, 391.
Government (United States) connection with.

112, 253
Nature...

131, 219, 435
Prices..

112, 424
Quality....

112, 131
Qualities possessed.

112, 203
Seconds as firsts.....

349
Securities, shares, or stocks....

38, 274, 354, 361
Source of (concern making or selling).

92, 327
Used, second hand, or rebuilt products or productions being new... 219, 385
Agreement. See Combining or conspiring; Inducing breach of competitors',

etc.; Maintaining resale prices; Tying or exclusive contracts.
Appropriating competitor's name, etc.

In general. See also Unfair methods of competition.
Selecting name for photo play identical with that theretofore selected by

competitor for photo play genuinely portraying story suggested and
advertised thereunder..

219
Appropriating names unfairly.

473
Assuming misleading name:

See also Misrepresenting business status; Simulating.
Implying-
Connection with well-known concerns in other places...

473
That dealer is a manufacturer...

245

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Bargains, making misrepresentations to create impression of unusual. See

Advertising falsely and misleadingly; Misrepresenting prices; Offering

deceptive inducements to purchase.
Branding articles falsely or misleadingly. See Misbranding or mislabeling.
Breach of contract. See Inducing breach of competitors' contracts.
Bribing:

See also Subsidizing public officials or employees.
By gifts or payments of money (commissions), to influence in favor of
donor's products, to customers' or prospective customers'.
Employees.

60, 82, 86
Employees' relatives and friends...

82, 86
Business, unfair methods of, in general. See Unfair methods of competition.
Buying up supplies. See Coercing; Cutting off competitor's supplies.
Capital stock: See Stock.
Catalogues, destroying competitors'. See Combining or conspiring; Cutting

off or restricting access to market.
Chance, using plan pretended to be based on, to induce belief that goods may

be secured at less than contract price. See Offering deceptive inducements

to purchase.
Checks. See Trade checks.
Claiming motion-picture rights falsely.....

219
Clayton Act:
Cases under-
Sec. 2 (price discrimination)....

67
Sec. 3 (tying or exclusive contracts).

127, 376
Sec. 7 (acquisition of stock)...

143, 417
Text.

502
"Club plan,

using to induce belief that goods might be secured at less than
contract price. See Offering deceptive inducements to purchase.
Coercing:

See also Intimidating or threatening.
By cutting off competitors' supplies....

1
Combining or conspiring:
To-
Cut off competitor's
Access to market....

451
Supplies..

1
Fix and maintain resale prices...

465
Commercial bribery. See Bribing.
Commissions, paying to officials and employees to secure their business. See

Bribing; Subsidizing public officials or employees.
Commodities, misrepresenting, in general. See Unfair methods of competition.
Competition, unfair methods of. See Unfair methods of competition.
Composition of products, misrepresenting. See Advertising falsely and mis-

leadingly; Misbranding or mislabeling; and, in general, under Unfair meth-

ods of competition.
Concerted action. See Combining or conspiring.
Confidential information, securing and using. See Securing and using, etc.;

Spying on competitor's business.
Confusion: For practices intended or calculated to result in, and condemned in

this volume. See Unfair methods of competition.
Conspiring. See Combining or conspiring.

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