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e-CFR Data is current as of April 16, 2014

TITLE 16—Commercial Practices

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER C—REGULATIONS UNDER SPECIFIC ACTS OF CONGRESS

PART 303—RULES AND REGULATIONS UNDER THE TEXTILE FIBER PRODUCTS IDENTIFICATION ACT

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§303.1
Terms defined.
§303.2
General requirements.
§303.3
Fibers present in amounts of less than 5 percent.
§303.4
English language requirement.
§303.5
Abbreviations, ditto marks, and asterisks prohibited.
§303.6
Generic names of fibers to be used.
§303.7
Generic names and definitions for manufactured fibers.
§303.8
Procedure for establishing generic names for manufactured fibers.
§303.9
Use of fur-bearing animal names and symbols prohibited.
§303.10
Fiber content of special types of products.
§303.11
Floor coverings containing backings, fillings, and paddings.
§303.12
Trimmings of household textile articles.
§303.13
Sale of remnants and products made of remnants.
§303.14
Products containing unknown fibers.
§303.15
Required label and method of affixing.
§303.16
Arrangement and disclosure of information on labels.
§303.17
Use of fiber trademarks and generic names on labels.
§303.18
Terms implying fibers not present.
§303.19
Name or other identification required to appear on labels.
§303.20
Registered identification numbers.
§303.21
Marking of samples, swatches, or specimens and products sold therefrom.
§303.22
Products containing linings, interlinings, fillings, and paddings.
§303.23
Textile fiber products containing superimposed or added fibers.
§303.24
Pile fabrics and products composed thereof.
§303.25
Sectional disclosure of content.
§303.26
Ornamentation.
§303.27
Use of the term “All” or “100%.”
§303.28
Products contained in packages.
§303.29
Labeling of pairs or products containing two or more units.
§303.30
Textile fiber products in form for consumer.
§303.31
Invoice in lieu of label.
§303.32
Products containing reused stuffing.
§303.33
Country where textile fiber products are processed or manufactured.
§303.34
Country of origin in mail order advertising.
§303.35
Use of terms “virgin” or “new.”
§303.36
Form of separate guaranty.
§303.37
Form of continuing guaranty from seller to buyer.
§303.38
Continuing guaranty filed with Federal Trade Commission.
§303.39
Maintenance of records.
§303.40
Use of terms in written advertisements that imply presence of a fiber.
§303.41
Use of fiber trademarks and generic names in advertising.
§303.42
Arrangement of information in advertising textile fiber products.
§303.43
Fiber content tolerances.
§303.44
Products not intended for uses subject to the act.
§303.45
Exclusions from the act.


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