Code of Federal Regulations: Containing a Codification of Documents of General Applicability and Future Effect as of December 31, 1948, with Ancillaries and Index

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Division of the Federal Register, the National Archives, 1972 - Administrative law
Special edition of the Federal register, containing a codification of documents of general applicability and future effect as of ... with ancillaries.

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Contents

Button jobbing industry
53
Low pressure refrigerants industry 165 Artificial limb industry
61
Piston ring industry
69
Fine and wrapping paper distributing industry Shoe finders industry
159
Venetian blind industry
163
Construction equipment distributing industry
167
Wholesale confectionery industry Philadelphia trade area
168
Masonry waterproofing industry Household fabric dye industry
169
Vertical turbine pump industry
172
Doll and stuffed toy industry
173
Office machine marketing industry
175
Wholesale confectionery industry
176
Hand knitting yarn industry
177
Trade pamphlet binding industry of the New York City trade area
179
Rayon nylon and silk converting industry
180
Handkerchief industry Yeast industry
181
Oil heating industry of the New England States
183
Peat industry
185
Candy manufacturing industry
186
Tie fabrics industry
188
Fine and wrapping paper distributing industry
189
Shoe finders industry
190
Venetian blind industry
191
Optical products industry
192
Slide fastener industry
193
Cocoa and chocolate industry
194
Bedding manufacturing and wholesale distributing industry
195
Parking meter industry
196
Relating to the sale and financing of motor vehicles
197
Milk bottle cap and closure industry
198
Canvas cover industry
199
Seam binding industry
201
Sun glass industry
202
Upholstery and drapery fabrics industry
205
Gladiolus bulb industry
206
Narrow fabrics industry
207
Grocery industry
209
Commercial and industrial floor and vacuum machinery industry
210
Setup paper box industry
211
Public refrigerated storage industry
212
Industrial bag and cover industry
213
Hearing aid industry
214
Portrait photographic industry
215
Millinery industry
216
Cedar chest manufacturing industry
217
Photoengraving industry of the Southeastern States Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida Tennessee Alabama and Mississippi
218
Wholesale plumbing and heating industry
227
Tire advertising and labeling guides
228
Guides for advertising fallout shelters
229
Guides for advertising shell homes aprox
230
Guides for shoe content labeling and advertising
231
Guides for advertising radiation monitoring instruments
232
Guides against deceptive pricing
233
Guides for the mail order insurance industry
234
Guides against deceptive labeling and advertising of adhesive composition
235
Guide for avoiding deceptive use of word mill in the textile industry
236
Guides against debt collection leception
237
Guides against bait advertising
238
Guides against deceptive advertising of guarantees
239
Guides for advertising allowances and other merchandising payments
240
Guides for the dog and cat food industry
241
Guide against deceptive use of the word free in connection with the sale of photographic film and film processing service
242
Guides for the Greeting Card Industry relating to discriminatory practices
244
Guides for the Watch Industry
245
Guides for the ladies handbag industry
247
Guides for the Beauty and Barber Equipment and Supplies Industry
248
Guide concerning use of the word free and similar representations
251
Guides for labeling advertising and sale of wigs and other hairpieces
252
Guides for the feather and down products industry
253
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273
SUBCHAPTER CREGULATIONS UNDER SPECIFIC ACTS OF CONGRESS 300 Rules and regulations under the Wool Products Labeling Act of 19...
301
Rules and regulations under Flammable Fabrics
302
Rules and regulations under the Textile Fiber Products Identification
303
Quantity limit rules under section 2 a of the Clayton Act as amended
310
the RobinsonPatman
339
Home
351
Advertising and labeling as to size of sleeping bags
400
Misuse of automatic or terms of similar import as descriptive of house hold electric sewing machines
401
Deception as to nonprismatic and partially prismatic instruments being prismatic binoculars
402
Deceptive use of leakproof guaranteed leakproof etc as descriptive
403
Deceptive advertising and labeling as to size of tablecloths and related dry cell batteries products
404
Misbranding and deception as to leather content of waist belts
405
Deceptive advertising and labeling of previously used lubricating
406
Guides against deceptive
414
hold electric sewing machines
477
Deceptive use of leakproof guaranteed leakproof etc as descriptive of prismatic binoculars
480
ya dry cell batteries
481
Deceptive advertising and labeling as to size of tablecloths and related products
482
Unfair or deceptive advertising and labeling of cigarettes in relation to the health hazards of smoking 409 Incandescent lamp light bulb industry
487
Deceptive advertising as to sizes of viewable pictures shown by television receiving sets
489
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Page 20 - ... of a competitor or competitors of the lessor or seller, where the effect of such lease, sale, or contract for sale or such condition, agreement, or understanding may be to substantially lessen competition or tend to create a monopoly in any...
Page 529 - Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Library of Congress Copyright Office Low-Emission Vehicle Certification Board ' Management and Budget, Office of Manpower Administration Maritime Administration Maritime Administrator, Office of National Shipping Authority Mine Operations Appeals, Board of Mines, Bureau of Monetary Offices, Treasury Department Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, Bureau of National Aeronautics and Space Administration Federal Procurement Regulations System National Bureau of Standards...
Page 235 - Sec. 2. (a) That it shall be unlawful for any person engaged in commerce, in the course of such commerce, either directly or indirectly, to discriminate in price between different purchasers of commodities of like grade and quality, where either or any of the purchases involved in such discrimination are in commerce, where such commodities are sold for use, consumption, or resale within the United States or any Territory thereof or the District of Columbia or any insular possession or other place...
Page 246 - ... case thus made by showing justification shall be upon the person charged with a violation of this section, and unless justification shall be affirmatively shown, the Commission is authorized to issue an order terminating the discrimination: Provided, however, That nothing herein contained shall prevent a seller rebutting the...
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Page 135 - It is an unfair trade practice for any member of the industry to obtain information concerning the business of a competitor by bribery of an employee or agent of such competitor, by false or misleading statements or representations, by the impersonation of one in authority, or by any other unfair means, and to use the information so obtained in such a manner as to injure said competitor in his business or to suppress competition or unreasonably restrain trade.
Page 218 - For example, if a seller regularly grants a discount based upon the purchase of a specified quantity by a single order for a single delivery, and this discount Is justified by cost differences, It does not follow that the same discount can be cost Justified if granted to a purchaser of the same quantity by multiple orders or for multiple deliveries.
Page 246 - NOTE 2: When an industry member gives allowances to competing customers for advertising in a newspaper or periodical, the fact that a lower advertising rate for equivalent space is available to one or more, but not all, such customers, is not to be regarded by the industry member as warranting the retention by such customer or customers of any portion of the allowance for his or their personal use or benefit.
Page 103 - Inducing; breach of contract. Inducing or attempting to induce the breach of existing lawful contracts between competitors and their customers, or their suppliers, by any false or deceptive means whatsoever, or interfering with or obstructing the performance of any such contractual duties or services by any such means, with the purpose and effect of unduly hampering, injuring, or prejudicing competitors in their business,, is an unfair trade practice.
Page 32 - Robinson-Patman Antidiscrimination Act, which amendment was approved May 26, 1938, and reads as follows : Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That nothing in the Act approved June 19, 1936 (Public, Numbered 692, Seventy-fourth Congress, second session), known as the RobinsonPatman Antidiscrimination Act, shall apply to purchases of their supplies for their own use by schools, colleges, universities, public libraries, churches,...

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