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Attorney-General Moody, in a statement which had the sanction of the President and members of the Cabinet, says that criminal proceedings will be commenced immediately against the Standard Oil officials. The statement reads:—

"After full consideration of all the evidence now available, including the report of the Commissioner of Corporations and the evidence taken by the Interstate Commerce Commission, I have reached the conclusion that criminal proceedings against the Standard Oil Company should be begun in certain cases where there appears to have been a violation of the laws regulating interstate commerce and prohibiting rebates and other unlawful discriminations. Accordingly, such proceedings will be begun at once in the appropriate judicial districts.

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Christian Science and Health
June 30, 1906
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