well, I may be late with this, seeing how this thread has turned into a discussion about law, but back to the original question.
My new package hive blew over last week when it was less than a week old. (the one next to it didn't, go figure) I was starting it with foundtionless frames. (the one next to it had foundation and would have survived the fall). Any way the comb they had started to build broke off. After some consideration, I took a hot knife and slit the top of the comb, and with the frame up side down put the comb over the starter strips. Melted some bees wax (parafin would work) and "glued" the comb to the frame. Checked it yesterday, it's covered with bees and they've added to it. Here's your chance to have comb honey, if you don't want to go foundationless.