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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1969 - Administrative law

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Public seating industry
20
Corset brassiere and allied products industry
21
Frozen food industry
22
Jewelry industry
23
Paper bag industry
24
Combination storm window and door industry
25
Refrigeration andor airconditioning contracting industries
26
Brick and structural clay tile and allied products industry
27
Blueprint and diazotype coaters industry
28
Plastic housewares industry
30
Crushed stone industry
31
Melamine dinnerware industry
32
Cut stone industry
33
Nursery industry
34
Wallcoverings industry
35
Poultry hatching and breeding industry
36
Engraved stationery and allied products industry of the New York City trade area
37
Steel bobby pin and steel hair pin manufacturing industry
39
Environmental testing equipment manufacturing industry
40
Metal awning industry
41
Building wire and cable manufacturing industry
42
Outlet and switch box manufacturing industry
43
Millwork industry
44
Work glove industry
46
Manifold business forms industry
47
Tire and tube repair material industry
48
Embroidery industry
49
Cut and wire tack industry
50
Fluorocarbons industry
51
Common or toiletpin industry
52
Interior marble industry
53
Walnut wood industry
54
China recess accessories industry
55
Pleasure boat industry
56
Residential aluminum siding industry
57
Golf baseball and athletic goods industries
58
Metallic watch band industry
60
Stationers industry
61
Rebuilt reconditioned and other used automotive parts industry
62
Marking devices industry
97
Barre granite industry
99
Uniform industry
101
Rabbit industry
103
Tobacco distributing industry
105
Paper drinking straw manufacturing industry
108
Buff and polishing wheel manufacturing industry
109
Cotton converting industry
110
Subscription and mail order book publishing industry
150
Hosiery industry
152
Luggage and related products industry
154
Rayon and silk dyeing printing and finishing industry
155
Catalog jewelry and giftware industry
157
Musical instrument and accessories industry
158
Water heater industry
160
Razor and razor blade industry
161
Wood cased lead pencil industry
162
Button jobbing industry
163
Low pressure refrigerants industry
164
Artificial limb industry
165
Piston ring industry
166
Construction equipment distributing industry
167
Wholesale confectionery industry Philadelphia
168
Masonry waterproofing industry
169
Trade practice rules respecting the terms waterproof shockproof Non magnetic and related designations as applied to watches watchcases and watch ...
170
Household fabric dye industry
171
Vertical turbine pump industry
172
Doll and stuffed toy industry
173
Watch case industry
174
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
181
Yeast industry
182
Oil heating industry of the New England States
183
Peat industry
185
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
200
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 Caro lina South Carolina Georgia Florida Tennessee Alabama and Mis sissippi
218
Waterproof paper industry asphaltic type
219
Library binding industry
220
Cosmetic and toilet preparations industry
221
Chemical soil conditioner industry
222
Orthopedic applicance industry
223
Fire extinguishing appliance industry
224
Tobacco smoking pipe and cigar and cigarette holder industry
225
Fountain pen and mechanical pencil industry
226
Wholesale plumbing and heating industry
227
Tire advertising and labeling guides
228
Guides for advertising fallout shelters
229
Guides for advertising shell homes
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 deception
237
Guides against bait advertising
238
Guides against deceptive advertising of guarantees
239
Electrical contracting industry
392
Kosher food products and kosher products industry
393
Wire rope industry
400
Phonograph record industry 67
407
Braided rug industry
414
Knitted outerwear industry
416
Fresh fruit and vegetable industry
418
Household furniture industry 76 Scrap iron and steel industry
430
Waste paper dealers and packers
431
Warm air furnace industry
433
Fabricators of ornamental iron bronze and wire
436
Electrical wholesalers 88 Saw and blade service industry 89 Ice cream industry District of Columbia and vicinity 90 Mopstick industry
444
Woodworking machinery industry
445
Ladies handbag manufacturing industry
480
Preserve manufacturing industry
481
Private home study schools
484
School supply and equipment industry
487
Mirror industry
493
Covered button and buckle manufacturing industry
500
Tubular pipings and trimmings manufacturing industry 121 Wet ground mica industry
506
Concrete burial vault manufacturing industry
508
Toilet brush manufacturing industry
511
Popular priced dress manufacturing industry
513
House dress and wash frock manufacturing industry 127 Metal clad door and accessories manufacturing industry 129 Carbon dioxide manufacturing...
521
Shrinkage of woven cotton yard goods
527
Macaroni and noodle products industry 133 Tomato paste manufacturing industry 134 Oleomargarine manufacturing industry
536
Paint and varnish brush industry
539
Infants and childrens knitted outerwear industry 138 Ribbon industry
548
Wine industry
554
Putty manufacturing industry 142 Radio and television industry
560
Curled hair industry
571
Sardinc industry 145 Umbrella industry
578
Tuna industry
583
Folding paper box industry 148 Ripe olive industry 149 Resistance welder manufacturing industry
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Page 536 - 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 592 - Defamation of competitors or disparagement of their products. The defamation of competitors by falsely imputing to them dishonorable conduct, inability to perform contracts, questionable credit standing, or by other false representations, or the false disparagement of the grade, quality or manufacture of the products of competitors or of their business methods, selling prices, values, credit terms, policies or services, is an unfair trade practice.
Page 356 - 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 329 - ... 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 517 - ... 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 549 - Circulation of threats of suit. The circulation of threats of suit for infringement of patents or trade-marks among customers or prospective customers of competitors, not made in good faith but for the purpose or with the effect of harassing or intimidating such customers or prospective customers, or of unduly hampering, injuring or prejudicing competitors in their businesses, is an unfair trade practice.
Page 485 - Money-back" agreements, so-called, or other similar contracts between school and student, should state plainly the conditions under which tuition or other moneys will be refunded, and such agreements or contracts should contain no conditions intended to deceive, hamper, or harass the student and prevent a refund to him of tuition to which he may be entitled under the terms of the contract. 116.102 Selection of sales representatives. It is the judgment of the industry that the sales representatives...
Page 455 - I 99.1 Deceptive deviation from established standards. Deviation from the established standards of the industry by any deceptive or false means or device with the effect of misleading or deceiving purchasers or prospective purchasers is an unfair trade practice. 99.2 Sales below cost. The selling of goods below cost with the intent and with the effect of injuring a competitor, and where the effect may be to substantially lessen competition or tend to create a monopoly or to unreasonably restrain...
Page 432 - 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 266 - Is of such form or design, or contains such wording as to simulate the seals or insignia which are issued by an association or organization for use by its members — when such representation, claim, or use has the capacity and tendency or effect of misleading or deceiving purchasers or prospective purchasers in any material respect. 34.8 Plants collected from the wild state. It is an unfair trade practice to sell, offer for sale, or distribute industry products collected from the wild state without...

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