Rents in the District of Columbia: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on the District of Columbia, United States Senate, Seventy-second Congress, Second Session, on S. Res. 248, a Resolution to Investigate Rental Conditions in the District of Columbia. July [i.e. June] 17 to December 29, 1932 ...
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the District of Columbia. Subcommittee on Rental Investigation
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1933 - 625 páginas
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Página 519 - Every contract, combination in form of trust or otherwise, or conspiracy, in restraint of trade or commerce, in any territory of the United States or of the District of Columbia, or in restraint of trade or commerce between any such territory and another, or between any such territory or territories, and any state or states or the District of Columbia or with foreign nations, or between the District of Columbia and any state or states or foreign nations, is hereby declared illegal.
Página 165 - Washington, DC The subcommittee met, pursuant to adjournment, at 10.30 o'clock am, in the committee room, Capitol, Senator Arthur Capper presiding.
Página 521 - Wherever any occupation, employment, or business is carried on for the purpose of profit, or gain, or a livelihood, not in the liberal arts or in the learned professions, it is constantly called a trade.
Página 26 - ... to take such testimony, and to make such expenditures, as it deems advisable. The cost of stenographic services to report such hearings shall not be in excess of 25 cents per hundred words. The expenses of the committee, which shall not exceed $30,000, shall be paid from the contingent fund of the Senate upon vouchers approved by the chairman of the committee or the chairman of any duly authorized subcommittee thereof.
Página 585 - Article 13. In accepting the agency for property, the Realtor pledges himself to be fair to purchaser or tenant, as well as to the owner whom he represents and whose interests he should protect and promote as he would his own.
Página 124 - ... Senator COPELAND. The thought I have in mind will be covered by what you intend to bring out later? Mr. BRINKMAN. Yes, sir. Senator COPELAND. Very well ; proceed in your own way. Mr. BRINKMAN. Mr. Schick, you are connected with the Real Estate Board. You are vice president of the Real Estate Board? Mr. SCHICK. I have been for a few weeks. Mr. BRINKMAN. I have here a letter sent out on September 23 by Mr. Bowie, then president of the real-estate board, asking the members of the board to compile...
Página 209 - If there is no objection they will be inserted in the record. (The letters referred to are as follows:) PUBLISHING HOUSE ME CHURCH SOUTH, Richmond, Va., February 13, 1924.
Página 371 - No law inhibiting unethical, unfair, and unscrupulous real-estate and finance operators; and (c) No law providing for an orderly foreclosure of trust deeds, mortgages, or contracts relating to the purchase and sale of real estate, through court procedure: Therefore be it Resolved, That the Committee on the District of Columbia, or a duly authorized subcommittee thereof, is hereby authorized and directed to make a full and complete investigation in respect to the several matters hereinbefore set forth,...
Página 520 - And, again in the Constitution, the power to regulate commerce is conferred by the same words of the commerce clause with respect both to foreign commerce and interstate commerce. Yet the power when exercised in respect of foreign commerce may be broader than when exercised as to interstate commerce.