Supplement to Snyder's Interstate Commerce Act and Federal Anti-trust Laws: Embracing the Railway Rate Bill, Approved June 29, 1906, Amending the Commerce Act and Elkins Act, with an Introduction and Full Notes of Judicial Decisions Rendered Since the Publication of the Work in July, 1904, with a Reference to the Anti-trust Laws of the Several States. Including Also the Employers Liability Bill, Pure Food Bill, Meat Inspection Bill and Hall-mark Or Jeweler's Liability Bill
This 1904 work examines several important laws regarding interstate commerce, particularly the Sherman Antitrust Act.
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