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AGO Opinions with Topic: LEGALITY OF A LOCAL STORE PRINTING COUPONS IN NEWSPAPERS OFFERING A CERTAIN AMOUNT OFF THE REGULAR PRICE OF A PRODUCT NOT PRODUCED OR MANUFACTURED BY THE STORE
AGO 1960 No. 124 >  June 15, 1960
TRADING STAMPS - LEGALITY OF A LOCAL STORE PRINTING COUPONS IN NEWSPAPERS OFFERING A CERTAIN AMOUNT OFF THE REGULAR PRICE OF A PRODUCT NOT PRODUCED OR MANUFACTURED BY THE STORE
TRADING STAMPS - LEGALITY OF A LOCAL STORE PRINTING COUPONS IN NEWSPAPERS OFFERING A CERTAIN AMOUNT OFF THE REGULAR PRICE OF A PRODUCT NOT PRODUCED OR MANUFACTURED BY THE STORE It does not constitute a violation of the Washington trading stamp law for a store to issue coupons or print them in newspapers or other advertisements which offer a reduction in price on merchandise not manufactured by the issuing store.
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