William Boyd Hunter
WILLIAM BOYD HUNTER: lawyer, economist; b. Ponca, Neb., Apr. 1, 1876; s. William Hugh and Annie (Armstrong) Hunter; B.Sc., U. of Neb., 1897, A.M., 1898; unmarried. Statistical expert, Bur. of Census, 1900-04, and in charge of methods and results, 1903-04; Economist in charge investigations of monopolies, restraint of trade, and unfair methods of competition, Bur. of Corpns. (Now Federal Trade Commn.), 1904-13; practiced law at Chicago, Feb. 1913-14, at San Francisco, Aug. 1914-20, chiefly public utility law and the anti-trust acts; Atty. Examiner, hearing railroad rate cases, and Sr. Atty., trying railroad valuation cases, Interstate Commerce Commn., Aug. 1920-26; Spl. Atty. Bur. of Internal Revenue since Jan. 1926. Republican. Home: Washington, D.C.