Code of Federal Regulations

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1970 - Administrative law

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Page 549 - CONSIGNMENT SELLING: It is an unfair trade practice for any member of the industry to use the practice of shipping goods on consignment or pretended consignment for the purpose and with the effect of artificially clogging trade outlets and unduly restricting competitors...
Page 583 - 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 235 - ... or indirectly, to engage in any planned common course of action, or to enter into or take part in any understanding, agreement, combination, or conspiracy, with one or more members of the industry, or with any other person or persons, to fix or maintain the price of any goods or otherwise unlawfully to restrain trade; or to use any form of threat, intimidation, or coercion to induce any member of the industry or other person or persons to engage in any such planned common course of action, or...
Page 557 - ... connection therewith, upon terms not accorded to all customer-purchasers on proportionally equal terms, the service or facility whereby such favored purchaser is accorded the privilege of returning dresses so purchased and receiving therefor credit or refund of purchase price: Provided, however. That nothing in any of the rules of this section shall prohibit or be used to prevent the return of merchandise by purchaser, for credit or refund of purchase price, when and because such merchandise...
Page 400 - Inducing breach of contract. Maliciously inducing or attempting to induce the breach of existing contracts between competitors and their customers 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 embarrassing competitors in their businesses, is a unfair trade practice.
Page 264 - ... will be considered in making that determination are the following: (a) The creation, through the initial offer or advertisement, of a false impression of the grade, quality, make, value, currency of model, size, usability, or origin of the product offered. (b) The refusal to show, demonstrate, or sell the product offered in accordance with the terms of the offer. (c) The disparagement, by acts or words, of the product offered. (d) The showing, demonstrating, and in the event of sale, the delivery,...
Page 385 - Arbitration. The industry approves the practice of handling disputes in a fair and reasonable manner, coupled with a spirit of moderation and good will, and every effort should be made by the disputants themselves to arrive at an agreement. If unable to do so they should agree, if possible, upon arbitration under some one of the prevailing codes.
Page 521 - ... but in the manufacture of which a combination of corn syrup with a substantial amount of sugar has been substituted for all sugar. Advertising, representing, branding or labeling of any such products as preserve, jam, jelly or apple butter without fully disclosing that the product is such corn syrup or corn syrup and sugar preserve, jam, Jelly, or apple butter, as the case may be, with the capacity and tendency or effect of misleading or deceiving purchasers, prospective purchasers or the consuming...
Page 415 - USC 14) 58.7 Appropriating names used by competitor. It is an unfair trade practice for any person, firm, or corporation to use on, or in any way in connection with the sale of any of, its athletic goods or equipment the name, nickname, or initials of any athlete or person prominent in any line of sport, when a competitor has previously acquired of the said athlete or person, and with his approval, the exclusive right and good will in and to said name, nickname, or initials for use on the same line...
Page 231 - ... (3) That nothing herein contained shall prevent persons engaged in selling goods, wares, or merchandise in commerce' from selecting their own customers in bona fide transactions and not in restraint of trade; , (4) That nothing herein contained shall prevent price changes from time to time where made, in response to changing conditions affecting either (i) the market for the goods concerned, or...

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