As used in this article: A “tube” is an electron receiving tube or cathode ray tube (commonly known as a picture tube) designed primarily for use in a home type television or radio receiver, phonograph, tape recorder, or any combination thereof, or other home type electronic device or appliance. “Used tube” or a “second-hand tube” is a tube which has been subjected to consumer or demonstrator use as an entity. A “used component” is any part or material salvaged from a used or second-hand tube. A “tube utilizing used components” is a tube which has not been used as an entity but which in the manufacture thereof has utilized one or more used components. Such a tube shall not be deemed to be a used or second-hand tube within the meaning of this article. A “reactivated tube” is a weak, worn-out or defective tube which has been temporarily reactivated by the administration of a charge of high voltage electric current to the elements thereof. A “reduction” is the sale of a tube at a price that is less than the manufacturer’s list price for that tube. A “savings” is the sale of a tube at a price that is less than the list price for a tube by the same or another manufacturer when the tubes are identical. “Person” means an individual, partnership, firm, association or corporation.