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Federal Trade Commission v. Weiss.

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT.


November 12, 1946

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION
v.
DAVID M. WEISS.

This matter coming on to be heard on the original and supplemental applications of the Federal Trade Commission for a decree of this Court commanding respondent to obey the order to cease and desist entered against him by the Commission on July 8, 1942, which order was affirmed by this Court on July 28, 1945, and the Court having been shown that respondent has admitted to violation of said order;

Now, therefore, it is hereby ordered, adjudged and decreed that respondent be, and he hereby is, commanded in accordance with the terms of said order to cease and desist from receiving or accepting, directly or indirectly, anything of value as brokerage, commission or other compensation, or any allowance or discount in lieu thereof from any seller on or in connection with purchases made from such seller (a) when such purchases are made for respondent's own account, or (b) when such purchases are made as agent or buying representative of the purchaser, or (c) when in making such purchases respondent is acting in fact for or in behalf, or is subject to the direct or indirect control of the purchaser. Respondent is further directed to comply with the terms of this decree on pain of contempt of this Court.

It is further ordered that the Federal Trade Commission be discharged from further duties as Special Master in this proceeding.

By the Court.

19461112

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