article of commerce

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an article that is offered for sale

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price or lessen the production and sale of any article of commerce, use
Once an herbal commodity has been dried and is ready for shipping, the botanical identification shifts from the source plant to the article of commerce.
An Active Substance Starting Material can be an article of commerce, a material purchased from one or more suppliers under contract or commercial agreement, or produced in-house.
into a new and different article of commerce with a name, character, or use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed.
Of course," he went on, "once local authorities decide to permit bulk water to be extracted from an aquifer, bottled and sold as an article of commerce, WTO rules would likely apply to the sale of that article of commerce.
They filed a brief which argued that "recreational hunting does not qualify as interstate commerce" and that "wildlife does not constitute an article of commerce.
In the landmark case of City of Philadelphia v New Jersey (1978), the United States Supreme Court ruled that solid waste is an article of commerce, and transportation of this commodity is subject to the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution.