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December 6, 1941

Stipulations

JAMA. 1941;117(23):1995. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820490069023

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Abstract

In the Bureau of Investigation department of The Journal for November 15, page 1727, appeared an abstract stating that the Federal Trade Commission had announced a stipulation with one Abram R. Canter of Pittsburgh, who sold "certain corsets and girdles known by the trade name 'Camp' and other so-called 'reducing girdles' " (quoted from the stipulation). This dealer is no part of the S. H. Camp & Company, and the latter firm reports that it markets no garment under the name Camp "reducing girdle."

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