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April 18

A. R. 3020 was ordered placed on the Senate Calendar (Ninety-third Con

gressional Record 3791)-

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April 22

Senate minority report on S. 1126 (pt. 2, S. Rept. 105) (Ninety-third Con

gressional Record 3913).

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April 23

Senate debate on S. 1126 commenced (Ninety-third Congressional Record

3950)

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April 28

Senate continued debate on S. 1126. Senator Morse moved to recommit

the bill to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare with instructions to report out various titles of the bill as separate bills (Ninety-third Congressional Record 4265)

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April 30

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Senate continued debate on S. 1126 and defeated by 35 yeas to 59 nays the

motion of Senator Morse to recommit the bill and separate the title

(Ninety-third Congressional Record 4392)-Senator Ives' amendment to section 8b (1) striking the words

“interfere with" was adopted without objection (Ninety-third Congressional Record 4399)

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May 2
Senate continued debate on S. 1126 and adopted by a vote of 60 yeas to 28

nays the Ball amendment making it an unfair labor practice for a labor
union to coerce employees (Ninety-third Congressional . Record
4568)-

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May ng

1302

Senate continued debate on S. 1126 and by a vote of 43 yeas to 44 nays de

feated the industry-wide bargaining amendment of Senator Ball and

others (Ninety-third Congressional Record 4803)-An amendment of Senator Flanders was adopted which would clarify the

definition of the term “supervisor" (Ninety-third Congressional Record 4805)

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Alay 8

Senate continued debate on S. 1126 and by 48 yeas to 40 nays adopted an

amendment sponsored by Senator Ball and others, relating to restrictions on payment to employee representatives (Ninety-third Congressional Record 4884)

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May 9

Senate continued debate on S. 1126 and by a vote of 28 yeas to 62 nays de

feated the amendment sponsored by Senator Ball and others outlawing boycotts and jurisdictional strikes (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5049)

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Page The Taft amendment, also relating to boycotts and other unlawful com

binations but omitting the power of injunction and all reference to the Clayton and the Norris-La Guardia Acts, was adopted, 65 yeas to 26 nays (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5076)--

1400 Earlier Senator Aiken's amendment to the Taft amendment, to provide for

the issuance of injunctions where labor disputes interfered with the marketing of perishable commodities, was defeated, 36 yeas to 54 nays (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5070)----

1389 Senator Malone's amendment requiring approval of three fourths of em

ployees to establish a union shop was rejected by voice vote (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5081) ---

1408 Senator Ives' amendment requiring notification of State and Territorial

mediation agencies, when such exist in labor disputes, was adopted without objection (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5081)---

1408–1409 Senator McCarthy's amendment relative to discharge of Communists was rejected by voice vote (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5086).

1418 The amendment of Senators Ball and Byrd to abolish the union shop was

defeated, 21 yeas, 57 nays (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5091)--- 1428 Senator McClellan's amendment on “free speech” for employers and em

ployees was adopted by voice vote; a second amendment prohibiting certification of a labor organization if one or more of its officers are members of the Communist Party was adopted by division vote (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5095)--

1434 Amendments by Senator O'Daniel restricting application of union security

provisions were rejected by division vote (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5097).

1437 Proposal of Senator Taylor to provide for secret ballot of corporation stock

holders on offers made by labor organizations in case of disputes was defeated by voice vote (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5098).

1439 Senator Murray and others offered a substitute bill in the nature of an amendment (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5098)

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May 12

Senate continued debate on 8. 1126 and adopted by a voice vote an amend

ment by Senator Tydings excluding nonprofit hospitals from the defini

tion of the term "employer" (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5130)- 1465 Senate unanimous-consent agreement was reached providing for a vote on

May 13; the House bill (H. R. 3020) with the Senate language substituted therefor will be the bill voted on finally (Ninety-third Con. gressional Record 5131 ) ----

1468 Senator O'Mahoney's amendment clarifying appointment and confirmation

of National Labor Relations Board members was adopted by voice vote (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5132) --

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May 13

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Senate continued debate and the substituted bill proposed by Senator

Murray and others was defeated by a vote of 19 yeas to 73 nays

(Ninety-third Congressional Record 5298) ---
Senator Langer's amendments to the definition of "supervisor" and "super-

Intendent” were defeated by voice vote (Ninety-third Congressional
Record 5298).

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Senate by a vote of 68 yeas to 24 nays passed H. R. 3020, after substituting

the language of S. 1126. A conference on the bill was requested, and the conferees were appointed (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5298)

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May 14

House received message Senate had passed H. R. 3020 with amend

ments. House disagreed to the Senate amendments. House managers were appointed to the joint conference (Ninety-third Congressional Record 5413)

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May 15-May 29

Conference on H. R. 3020 in progress.

June 3

Conference report on H. R. 3020 reported in House (H. Rept. No. 510)

(Ninety-third Congressional Record 6451).

June 4

House agreed to conference report after 1 hour general debate (Ninety

third Congressional Record 6549)--

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June 5

Senate commenced debate on conference report (H. Rept. No. 510)

(Ninety-third Congressional Record 6603).

June 6

Senate concluded debate and agreed to conference report on 1. R. 3020 by

a vote of 54 yeas to 17 nays (Ninety-third Congressional Record 6695). 1620

June 20

House received the Presidential veto of H. R. 3020 (Ninety-third Congressional Record 7500)-

915 House debated and voted to override the Presidential veto of H. R. 3020

by a vote of 331 yeas to 83 nays (Ninety-third Congressional Record 7504)

7500-922

June 23

Senate, after two days of debate, voted to override the Presidential veto of

H. R. 3020 by a vote of 68 yeas to 25 nays (Ninety-third Congressional
Record 7692)

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TABLE OF CASES REFERRED TO IN COMMITTEE REPORTS AND CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE

Page Aalco Laundry Co. v. Laundry Linen Unions, 115 S. W. (20) 89.

423 Ace Sample Card Co., 46 NLŘB 129 (1942).

419 Aeolian Co. et al. v. Fisher et al., 29 F. (20) 679 (1928)

843 AFL v. NLRB (See Shipowners A88n. of the Pacific Coast et al.).

424 AFL v. Swing, 312 U. S. 321 (1941).

842 AFL v. Watson, Attorney General, 327 U. S. 582 (1946)

412 Aikens v. Wisconsin, 195 U. S. 194, 204-205 (1904)--

580 Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp. v. Kelley et al., 330 Ú. S. 767 (1947)

500 Allen Bradley Co. v. Local Union No. 3, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, 325 U. S. 797 (1945).

428, 1213 Alston Coal Co., 13 NLRB 683 (1939)

328 Aluminum Company of America, 1 NLRB 530 (1936).

951 American Can Co., 13 NLRB 1252 (1939)

418, 431 American News Co., 55 NLRB 1302 (1944).

318, 434, 543, 1539 American Oil Co., Inc. (Curtis Bay Plant), 14 NLRB 990 (1939) -

302 American Steel Foundries v. Tri-City Central Trades Council, 257 U. S. 184 (1921)...

1105, 1333 American Steel Scraper Co., 29 NLRB 239 (1941).

302 American Tube Bending Co., NLRB v., 134 F. (2d) 993 (CCA 2, 1943), certiorari denied, 320 U. S. 768 (1943)

375, 429 Apes Hosiery Co. v. Leader, 310 U. S. 469 (1940).

1213, 1358, 1362, 1397 Armstrong v. Superior Court, 173 Calif. 341.

422 Arthur v. Oakes, 63 F.:310 (CCA 7, 1894).

580 Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co., NLRB v., 315 U. S. 282 (1942). 332 Bakery and Pastry Drivers & Helpers Local 802 of International Brotherhood of Teamsters v. Wohl, 315 U. S. 769 (1942).

1105 Bausch & Lamb Optical Co., 72 NLRB 132 (1947)

375 Bedford Cut Stone Co. v. Journeyman Stone Cutters Association of North America, 274 U. S. 37 (1927).

398, 1104, 1363 Berkshire Knitting Mills, 46 NLRB 955 (1943),

318, 543, 1539 Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp. Ltd., 11 NLRB 105 (1939)

311 Bethlehem Steel Co., Sparrows Point Division, 65 NLRB 284 (1946)

410 Bethlehem Steel Co. v. New York State Labor Board, 67 S. Ct. 1026 (1947). 412 Bittner et al. v. West Virginia-Pittsburgh Coal Co., 214 U. S. 716 (CCA 4, 1914)

842 Blackburn Products Corp., Jasper, 21 NLRB 1240 (1940)

311 Boeing Aircraft Co., 51 NLRB 66 (1943).

304 Botany Worsted Mills, 27 NLRB 687 (1340)

328 Brandeis & Sons, J. L., NLRB v., 45 È. (24) 556 (CCA 8, 1944).

1193 Brown Co., 65 NLRB 208 (1946)

418 Browon-Brockmeyer Co., NLRB v., 143 F. (20) 537 (CCA 6, 1944).

1193 Bulkin v. Sachs, 31 Pa. D and C 501.

423 Burgie Vinegar Co., 71 NLRB 829 (1946).

311 Busbey et al. v. Electric Utilities Employees Union, 147 F. (20) 865 (1945) (USDCA D. C.).

423 Busbey et al. v. Electric Utilities Employees Union, 323 U. S. 72 (1944)

423 California Metal Trades Association et al., 72 NLRB 624 (1947)

497, 1052 California Walnut Growers A880ciation, 18 NLRB 493 (1939) -

302 Carpenters and Joiners Union of America, Local 213 v. Ritter's Cafe, 315. U. S. 722, 724 (1942)

580, 581

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Page Columbian Enameling & Stamping Co., 1 NLRB 181 (1936).

310 Columbian Enameling & Stamping Co., NLRB v., 306 U. S. 292 (1939) 332 Commonwealth v. Hunt, 45 Mass. 111 (1842).

364 Consolidated Edison Co. v. NLRB, 305 U. S. 197, 229 (1938).

332, 500 Coos Bay Lumber Co., 16 NLRB 476 (1939).

329 Corn Products Co., 58 NLRB 1441 (1944).

1018 Coronado Coal Co. et al. v. United Mine Workers et al., 268 U. S. 295 (1925) 1362 Coronado Coal Co. (See United Mine Workers of America et al. v. Coronado

Coal Co. et al.)
Curtiss-Wright Corp., 43 NLRB 795 (1942)

1019 Dallas Cartage Co., 14 NLRB 411 (1939)

310 Danbury Hatters Case. (See Loewe v. Lawlor) Debs, In, re, 158 U. S. 564 (1895).

1112 Deeney v. Hotel and Apartment Clerks Union, 134 P. (20) 328 (1943), California..

423 Donnelley & Sons Co., R. R., 59 NLRB 122 (1944).

1019 Dorchy v. Kansas, 272 U. S. 306, 311 (1926).

580 Draper Corp., NLRB v., 145 F. (2d) 199 (CCA 4, 1944)

318 Duplex Printing Press Co. v. Deering, 254 U. S. 443 (1921). 398, 1104, 1363 Dyson & Sons, Inc. (Joseph), 72 NLRB (1947)

318, 543, 1539 Eagle-Picher Mining & Smelting Co., 16 NLRB 727 (1939).

333 Elizabeth General Hospital and Dispensary v. Elizabeth General Hospital Employees Local, A. A. et al., H. J. Ch. Ct. (1941).

580 Endicott Johnson Corp., 67 NLRB 1342, 1347 (1946)

410 E. T. Fraim Lock Co. et al., 24 NLRB 1190 (1940).

333 Fansteel Metallurgical Corp. v. NLRB, 306 U. S. 240 (1939) 318, 434, 1038 Foote Brothers Gear & Machine Corp. v. NLRB, 311 U. S. 620 (1940) - 332 Frost, F. S. et al., 23 NLRB 1071 (1940).

342 General Motors Corp. (Detroit Diesel Eng. Div.), 51 NLRB 457 (1943)

304 General Motors Corp., Case No. 7-C-1496..

311 Globe Machine & Stamping Co., The, 3 NLRB 294 (1937).

328, 417, 651 Godchaux Sugars, Inc., 44 NLRB 874 (1942).

304 Goodrich Co., 65 NLRB 294.

411 Grant & Carpenter District Council, 322 Pa. St. 62.

422 Greenebaum Tanning Co., J., NLRB v., 110 F. (20) 984 (CCA 7, 1940) 311 Gulf Oil Corp., 19 NLRB 334 (1940)

328 Hall Freight Lines, 65 NLRB 397 (1946).

1029 Hearst Publications, Inc., NLRB v., 322 U. S. 111 (1944). 309, 432, 536, 560, 1537 Heinz Co., H. J., v. NLRB, 311 U. S. 514 (1941).

312, 421 Highland Shoe Co., 23 NLRB 259 (1940)

311 Hill et al. v. Florida ex rel., 325 U. S. 538 (1945).

412 Hughes Tool Co. v. NLRB, 147 F. (2d) 69 (CCA 5, 1945).

430 Indiana Desk Co., NLRB v., 149 F. (20) 987 (CCÁ 7, 1944).

542 Inland Steel Co., 9 NLRB 783 (1938)

328 Interlake Iron Corp., 2 NLRB 1036 (1937), 4 NLRB 55 (1937)

329, 951 International Association of Machinists v. NLRB, 311 U. S. 72, 79, 80 (1940)...

332, 359, 1566, 1576 International Filter Co., 1 NLRB 489 (1936).

310 Interstate Steamship Co., 36 NLRB 1307 (1941).

311 Iowa Southern Utilities Co., 15 NLRB 580 (1939)

328 Iron Moulders' Union No. 125 of Milwaukee, Wisc., et al. v. Allis Chalmers Co., 166 F. 45 (CCA 7, 1908)

422 Jackson Daily News, 9 NLRB 120 (1938)

310 John & Ollier Engraving Co., 24 NLRB 893, 896 (1940).

302 Jewish Hospital v. John Doe, 252 App. Div. 581 (N. Y. 1937).

580 Johnson, Endicott (See Endicott Johnson) Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., NLRB v., 301 U. S. 1, 33, 45–46 (1937). 310,

311, 334, 580, 828, 1169, 1541 Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., 71 NLRB 1261 (1946)

410 Karron, Abraham B., et al., 41 NLRB 1454 (1942)

419 Keller v. Potomac Electric Power Co., 261 U. S. 428 (1923)

395 Kentucky Firebrick Co., The, 3 NLRB 455 (1937)

318 Kilgore Manufacturing Co., The, 45 NLRB 468 (1942)

1115 La Follette Shirt Co., 65 NLRB 952 (1946).

1115 Larus & Brother Co., Inc., 62 NLRB 1075 (1945)

545 L. A. Young Spring and Wire Co., 65 NLRB 298.

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