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COMMITTEE ON FINANCE

UNITED STATES SENATE

SEVENTY-FIRST CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION

REED SMOOT, Utah, Chairman JAMES E. WATSON, Indiana.

FURNIFOLD McL. SIMMONS, North Carolina. DAVID A. REED, Pennsylvania.

PAT HARRISON, Mississippi. SAMUEL M, SHORTRIDGE, California. WILLIAM H. KING, Utah. WALTER E. EDGE, New Jersey.

WALTER F. GEORGE, Georgia. JAMES COUZENS, Michigan.

DAVID I. WALSH, Massachusetts. FRANK L. GREENE, Vermont.

ALBEN W. BARKLEY, Kentucky. CHARLES S. DENEEN, Illinois.

ELMER THOMAS, Oklahoma.
HENRY W. KEYES, New Hampshire.

TOM CONNALLY, Texas.
HIRAM BINGHAM, Connecticut.
FREDERIC M. SACKETT, Kentucky.

ISAAC M, STEWART, Clerk
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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

RECEIVED

AUG 31 1929

DOCUMENTS DIVISION

Under authority of Senate Resolution 335, Seventieth Congress, second session, the United States Senate Finance Committee, for the purpose of investigating the effects of the operation of the tariff act of 1922 and the proposed readjustments as set out in House bill 2667, commenced general tariff hearings on June 13, 1929, pursuant to the following public notice authorized by the committee on June 7, 1929:

Dates of hearings and tariff subcommittees

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Subcommittee No. 1, room 212 Senate Office Building 1. Chemicals, oils, and paints. June 14.

Smoot, chairman, Reed, Edge, King, and Barkley. 2. Earths, earthenware, and June 19..

Edge, chairman, Smoot, Reed, King, and Barkley. glassware. 3. Metals and manufactures June 26.

Reed, chairman, Smoot, Edge, King, and Barkley. of.

Subcommittee No. 2, room 312 Senate Office Building 6. Tobacco and manufac- June 13...

Shortridge, chairman, Smoot, Watson, Harrison, tures of.

and Connally. 8. Spirits, wines, and other June 14... Shortridge, chairman, Smoot, Watson, Harrison, beverages.

and Connally. 7. Agricultural products and June 17..

Watson, chairman, Smoot, Shortridge, Harrison, provisions.

and Connally. 5. Sugar, molasses, and June 26..

Smoot, chairman, Watson, Shortridge, Harrison, manufactures of.

and Connally.

Subcommittee No. 9, room 301 Senate Office Building 9. Cotton manufactures... June 14.... Bingham, chairman, Greene, Sackett, Simmons,

and George. 10. Flar, hemp, jute, and June 19...

Greene, chairman, Bingham, Sackett, Simmons, manufactures of.

and George. 11. Wool and manufactures of June 24.

Bingham, chairman, Greene, Sackett, Simmons,

and George. 12. Silk and silk goods..... July 1 (2 p.m.). - Sackett, chairman, Greene, Bingham, Simmons,

and George. 13. Rayon manufactures...... July 8...

Sackett, chairman, Greene, Bingham, Simmons,

and George.

Subcommittee No. 4, room 412 Senate Office Building 14. Papers and books..------ June 13.

Deneen, chairman, Couzens, Keyes, Walsh (Mass.),

and Thomas (Okla.). 4. Wood and manufactures of. June 17...

Couzens, chairman, Deneen, Keyes, Walsh (Mass.),

and Thomas (Okla.). 15. Sundries...

June 25.

Keyes, chairman, Couzens, Deneen, Walsh (Mass.),

and Thomas (Okla.).

NOTE.—Hearings on “Valuation” will be conducted before the full committee June 12. All meetings will commence at 9.30 a. m. unless otherwise noted. Hearings on free list, administrative, and miscellaneous provisions will be conducted before full committee at the conclusion of the subcommittee hearings.

Stenographic reports were taken of all testimony presented to the committee. By direction of the committee all witnesses who appeared after the conclusion of the hearings on valuation were to be sworn.

The testimony presented, together with the briefs and other exhibits submitted, is grouped together as far as practical in the numerical order of the House bilt, which has made necessary the abandoning of the sequence of the statements and the order of appearance.

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