2 edition of Rules and regulations under the Wool products labeling act of 1939. found in the catalog.
Rules and regulations under the Wool products labeling act of 1939.
United States. Federal Trade Commission.
Written in English
Appendices: A. Wool products labeling act. B. Release of Sept. 24, 1943, showing certain forms of acceptable tags or labels.
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(c) The requirements of the Act and regulations shall not be applicable to products required to be labeled under the Wool Products Labeling Act of (Pub. L. , 15 U.S.C. 68, 54 Stat. ). Get this from a library! Rules and regulations under the Fur Products Labeling Act: effective August 9, , as amended to July 4, [United States. Federal Trade Commission.].
Oversight for Product Labeling North America Fur Products Labeling Act (US). How to Comply with the Fur Products Labeling Act Federal Trade Commission alert, February Rules and Regulations Under the Fur Products Identification Act Federal Trade Commission Code of Federal Regulations, Ti Part Effective Mar. 16, (Direct link to FTC) Delaware: Section 1, Chap. The Wool Products Labeling Rules require labels on wool products disclosing the manufacturer or marketer name, the country where the product was processed or manufactured and information about the fiber content. The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) first issued the rules under the Wool Products Labeling Act of , known as the Wool by: 4.
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All wool products imported into the United States, except those made more than twenty years prior to such importation, shall be stamped, tagged, labeled, or otherwise identified in accordance with the provisions of this subchapter and all invoices of such wool products required under the Act of J (c.title IV, 46 Stat.
16 CFR Part Rules and Regulations Under the Wool Products Labeling Act of ; Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to Amend the Rules ( KB) Related Releases Septem Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR) Title Commercial Practices; Chapter I.
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Rules and regulations under the Wool Products Labeling Act of promulgated effective Jtext of act appended, as amended August 1, and Novem [United States. Federal Trade Commission.]. The Wool Products Labeling Act of ,1 popularly known as the "truth in fabrics law," is the first instance of comprehensive Federal legis-lation specifically requiring the informative labeling of merchandise to show its fiber content, though the Act is limited to those products "which contain.
(a) Wool products imported into the United States, except those made more than 20 years prior to importation, and except carpets, rugs, mats, and upholsteries, shall have affixed thereto a stamp, tag, label, or other means of identification, as required by the Wool Products Labeling Act of (54 Stat.
; 15 U.S.C. 68 et seq.) and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder by the. The Wool Products Labeling Act of (“Wool Act”) and Rules require marketers to, among other things, attach a label to each covered wool product disclosing: (1) The percentages by weight of the wool, recycled wool, and other fibers accounting for 5% or more of the product, and the aggregate of all other fibers; (2) the maximum percentage.
§ Labeling of fur products consisting of two or more units. § Fur product containing material other than fur. § Labeling of samples. § Misbranded or falsely invoiced fur products.
§ Substitution of labels. § Sectional fur products. § Manner of invoicing furs and fur products. Textile and Wool Acts. This section includes the labeling highlights of the Wool Products Labeling Act and Textile Fiber Products Identification Act (referred to as the Textile and Wool Acts).
The rules and regulations under these acts require that the fiber content, country of origin, and identification of manufacturer, importer, or other dealer be included on permanent textile product labels.
- 16 CFR Rules and Regulations Under the Wool Products Labeling Act of - 16 CFR Rules and Regulations Under the Fur Products Labeling Act - 16 CFR 24 Guide for Select Leather and Imitation Leather Products • Care Labeling: 16 CFR Care Labeling of Textile Wearing Apparel and Certain Piece Goods as Amended • Flammability.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) enforce labeling laws and acts in the United States. In general, textile and apparel products sold in the United States must be labeled with the following information: the fiber content, the country of origin, the manufacturer or dealer identity, and the care instructions.
34–1 Q:\COMP\AGMISC\Wool Products Labeling Act Of xml 1 This table of contents is not part of the Act but is included for user convenience. WOOL PRODUCTS LABELING ACT OF [As Amended Through P.L.
–, Effective ]. In the United States labeling of wool products is regulated by the Wool Products Labeling Act of (15 U.S.C. § 68). The Act was modified, for wool products manufactured on or after January 1,by the Wool Suit Fabric Labeling Fairness and International Standards Conforming Act which defined the use of the Super S and S designations in.
rules and regulations under the wool products labeling act of to rules and regulations under fur products labeling act. to rules and regulations under the textile fiber products identification act. to rules and regulations under the hobby protection act. to A Guide to United States Apparel and Household Textiles Compliance Requirements.
Lisa M. Benson. Karen Reczek. This publication is available free of charge from. U.S. Regulation: The Wool Products Labeling Act, 15 U.S.C. § 68; The Textile Products Identification Act, 15 U.S.C.
§ 70; 16 CFR Part — Rules and Regulations under the Wool Products Labeling Act of ; 16 CFR Part — Rules and Regulations under the Textile Fiber Products Identific Ation Act. The Textile and Wool Labeling Acts – Fiber Content Disclosure – Wool Fiber Names. Wool Fiber Names.
Under the Textile Fiber Products Identification Act, the Wool Products Labeling Act, and their accompanying rules, the term “wool” may be used on a label for fiber made from the fleece of sheep or lamb, and the hair of the Angora goat, Cashmere goat, camel, alpaca, llama, or vicuna.
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In the case of juice, the label is prescribed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations promulgated under the Nutritional Labeling and Education Act of In the case of the coat, as apparel manufacturers are all too aware, by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) under either the venerable Wool Products Labeling Act of or.
(c) The requirements of the Act and regulations shall not be applicable to products required to be labeled under the Wool Products Labeling Act of (Pub.15 U.S.C. 68, ). The Wool Products Labeling Act of is a federal law that requires persons manufacturing or selling products containing wool to accurately label each item with the fiber content and origin.
Violations of the Act can result in seizure and destruction of mislabeled goods, civil fines and/or criminal penalties.Other articles where Wool Products Labeling Act is discussed: specialty hair fibre: the United States, however, the Wool Products Labeling Act () allows the designation of such fibres as “wool” in .S.
(th). A bill to amend the Wool Products Labeling Act of to revise the requirements for labeling of certain wool and cashmere products. Ina database of bills in the U.S. Congress.