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Title 16Chapter ISubchapter CPart 300


TITLE 16—Commercial Practices

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER C—REGULATIONS UNDER SPECIFIC ACTS OF CONGRESS

PART 300—RULES AND REGULATIONS UNDER THE WOOL PRODUCTS LABELING ACT OF 1939

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Definitions

§300.1
Terms defined.

Labeling

§300.2
General requirement.
§300.3
Required label information.
§300.4
Registered identification numbers.
§300.5
Required label and method of affixing.
§300.6
Labels to be avoided.
§300.7
English language requirement.
§300.8
Use of fiber trademark and generic names.
§300.9
Abbreviations, ditto marks, and asterisks.
§300.10
Disclosure of information on labels.
§300.11
Improper methods of labeling.
§300.12
Labeling of pairs or products containing two or more units.
§300.13
Name or other identification required to appear on labels.
§300.14
Substitute label requirement.
§300.15
Labeling of containers or packaging of wool products.
§300.16
Ornamentation.
§300.17
Use of the term “all” or “100%.”
§300.18
Use of name of specialty fiber.
§300.19
Use of terms “mohair” and “cashmere.”
§300.20
Use of the terms “virgin” or “new.”
§300.20a
Labeling of very fine wool.
§300.21
Marking of samples, swatches or specimens.
§300.22
Sectional disclosure of content.
§300.23
Linings, paddings, stiffening, trimmings and facings.
§300.24
Representations as to fiber content.
§300.25
Country where wool products are processed or manufactured.
§300.25a
Country of origin in mail order advertising.
§300.26
Pile fabrics and products composed thereof.
§300.27
Wool products containing superimposed or added fibers.
§300.28
Undetermined quantities of reclaimed fibers.
§300.29
Garments or products composed of or containing miscellaneous cloth scraps.
§300.30
Deceptive labeling in general.

Manufacturers' Records

§300.31
Maintenance of records.

Guaranties

§300.32
Form of separate guaranty.
§300.33
Continuing guaranty filed with Federal Trade Commission.
§300.34
Reference to existing guaranty on labels not permitted.

General

§300.35
Hearings under section 4(d) of the act.


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