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Amendments to H. R. 6040.---

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Statements:

Barnes, Albert MacC., chairman standing committee on customs law

of the American Bar Association.-

25

Barnhard, William J., secretary, National Anti-Dumping Committee,

Inc.

107

Bell, George L., president, Committee for a National Trade Policy,

Inc.-

101

Brandis, R. Buford, chief economist, American Cotton Manufacturers
Institute.

191

Campbell, Wallace J., director, Washington office Cooperative League

of U. S. A.

102

Dye, Joseph W., president, Wolf & Dessaur, Fort Wayne, Ind.

286

Gartner, Jerome, New York, N. Y.

104

Halvorson, Lloyd C., the National Grange-

97

Hansen, Richard F., chairman of the International trade and tariff

committee of the Manufacturing Chemists' Association, Inc.---

193

Hawes, Robert N., general counsel, Hardwood Plywood Institute.. 180
Helfrich, Karl H., the American Tariff League, Inc.

158
Heraper, J. C., chairman, import and customs committee of the De-

troit Board of Commerce, and import manager, the J. L. Hudson
Co.----

95

Hooker, R. W., president of the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manu-

facturers Association; accompanied by Donald O. Lincoln, of

counsel..

200

Jones, Lyle W., director, the United States Potters Association -- 246

Kendall, David W., assistant secretary of the treasury; accompanied
by H. Chapman Rose, former Under Secretary of the Treasury-

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League of Women Voters of the United States.

257

Lerch, John G., American Manufacturers..

168

Linville, Donald, executive secretary, Hardwood Association..

277

Lynn, John C., legislative director, American Farm Bureau Federa-

tion.

100

National Wool Growers Association

266

Norton, E. M., secretary, National Milk Producers Federation... 261
O'Brien, Matthew H., secretary, Rayon and Acetate Fiber Products
Group -

250

Radcliffe, Harry S., executive vice president, National Council of

American Importers, Inc., and a statement on behalf of the Chamber

of Commerce of the United States of America as a member of the

foreign commerce committee, Chamber of Commerce of the United

States; accompanied by Kenneth H. Campbell, manager of the

foreign commerce department of the United States Chamber of

Commerce

78, 90

Rose, H. Chapman, former Under Secretary of the Treasury

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Prepared statement.--

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Strackbein, O. R., the Nation-Wide Committee of Industry, Agricul-
ture, and Labor on Import-Export Policy --

125

Sullivan, William F., National Association of Cotton Manufacturers. 247

Tobacco Associates, Inc.

279

United States council of the International Chamber of Commerce,

Inc..

264

Weizer, Bernard, national legislative director of the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States of America

270
Wellington, Edmund, Jr., secretary, the National Federation of
Textiles, Inc.-

255
Wilkinson, Edwin, executive vice president, National Association of
Wool Manufacturers..

236

Additional information:

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American investments in Britain..

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Effect of H. R. 6040 after amendment on import valuation and volume

of fiscal 1954 imports.

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Effect of H. R. 6040 on after duty cost of ad valorem imports-

12

Effect on valuation of ad valorem imports of H. R. 6040 before and

after amendment.

10

Fiscal 1954 ad valorem imports by change in appraisal value under

H. R. 6040.

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Imports into United States for consumption of woven fabrics wholly
or in chief value of wool or hair..

245

Letters and telegrams:

Barnes, Albert MacC., chairman, standing committee on customs

law of the American Bar Association, to chairman, June 22,

1956, and enclosure..

25

Cheney, Roy A., president, Underwear Institute, to chairman,

June 28, 1956

278

Conant, H. W., president, United Elastic Corp., Easthampton,
Mass., to chairman, June 15, 1956..

258
Cook, Harry H., international president, American Flint Glass

Workers Union of North America, Toledo, Ohio, to chairman.. 269
Dewey, Ralph B., vice president, Pacific American Steamship
Association, to chairman, June 26, 1956 -

270
Dillon, Michael A., president, Taylor Frudsam Co., Inc., New
York, N. Y., to chairman, June 27, 1956

269

Helfrich, Karl H., president, the American Tariff League, Inc., to

Hon. H. Chapman Rose, Under Secretary of the Treasury,

December 7, 1955_

159

Helfrich, Karl H., president, the American Tariff League, Inc.,

to chairman, June 28, 1956.

167

Hooker, R. Wolcott, president, Synthetic Organic Chemical

Manufacturers Association, to Senators Martin, Malone, and

Williams, July 6, 1956..

222, 233, 235

Hough, John E., president, Hough Manufacturing Corp., Janés-

ville, Wis., to chairman, June 21, 1956---

264

Humphrey, Hon. Hubert H., to chairman, March 8, 1956, and

enclosures.

279

Johnson, Paul F., executive secretary, Vinyl Fabrics Institute,

to chairman, June 22, 1956_

273

Kelly, Ralph, Commissioner of Customs, Treasury Department,

to Hon. Hubert Humphrey, June 21, 1955-

280

Lerch, J. G., American Manufacturers, to chairman, June 27

and 29, 1956

175, 176

Lerch, J. G., American Manufacturers, to H. Chapman Rose,

Under Secretary of the Treasury, August 19, 1955--

169

Marlatt, Clyde D., secretary, Dry Color Manufacturers Associa-

tion, to chairman, June 27, 1956..

235

Moss, Harry A., Jr., secretary, American Knit Handwear Associa-
tion, Inc., to chairman, June 25, 1956.-

276

Nethe, J. J. & Co., New York, N. Y., to chairman, June 25, 1956.. 269

Parker, Lewis R., president, Albany Felt Co., and chairman,

tariff committee, Papermakers Felt Association, to chairman,

June 25, 1956-

274

Patton, James G. president, National Farmers Union, to chair-

man, June 27, 1956.

276

Portner, R. C., the E. M. Lohmann Co., St. Paul, Minn., to

Hon. Hubert Humphrey, June 6, July 13, August 5, and

December 14, 1955-

280–284

Portner, R. C., the E. M. Lohmann Co., St. Paul, Minn., to

Hon. Edward J. Thye, March 16, 1956_

285

Putney, R. E., treasurer, Philadelphia Felt Co., to chairman,
June 15, 1956..

259
Putzell, Edwin J., Jr., secretary, Monsanto Chemical Co., to
chairman, June 25, 1956, and enclosure..

271
Rose, H. Chapman,' Under Secretary of the Treasury, to John
G. Lerch, American Manufacturers, August 8, 1955..

169
Schieck, DeWitt C., secretary, Cordage Institute, to chairman,
June 20, 1956-

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Additional information Continued
Letters and telegrams—Continued

Sinclair, Joseph A., secretary, Commerce and Industry Association

of New York, to chairman, June 22, 1956.--
Stokes, Sydney N., chairman, drug, chemical, and allied trades

section, New York Board of Trade, Inc., to chairman, June

22, 1956. -
Strackbein, 0. R., chairman, The Nation-Wide Committee of

Industry, Agriculture, and Labor on Import-Export Policy,

to chairman, June 28, 1956, and enclosures.
Thye, Hon. Edward J., to chairman, March 27, 1956, and

enclosure
Tucker, R. B., vice president, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., to

chairman, June 22, 1956, and enclosures -
Wayman, Harry P.' Jr., vice president, Consolidated General

Products, Inc., Houston, Tex., to chairman, June 21, 1956...
Weber, J. C., Jr., chairman, American Glassware Import Com-

mittee, to chairman, June 20, 1956-
Webster, Richard F., secretary, Sporting Arms and Ammunition

Manufacturers' Institute, to chairman, June 22, 1956, and

enclosure.

Policy declaration adopted by members of the Chamber of Commerce

of the United States at its annual meeting, May 2, 1956_

Products subject to British token import plan.--
Questions submitted by Senator Byrd and answers by H. Chapman

Rose, former Under Secretary of the Treasury --
Relationship of H. R. 6040 to import values and customs revenue,

fiscal 1954,

Specter of the twenties..

Summary of foreign control regulations applying to imports from the

United States

Typical situations which occur in determining dutiable value-

Valuation systems employed by other governments.

Value and duty of imports.--

Values for certain United States imports of synthetic organic chem-

lcals...

Woolen and worsted broad looms in place in United States and

production of woven cloths in United States-25 percent or more

by weight of wool, reprocessed wool, or reused wool except woven

felts..

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