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measure or numerical count; provided, under subdivision (2) of this subsection, reasonable variations shall be permitted, and exemptions as to small packages shall be established by regulations promulgated by the commissioner (of food and drugs] and director (of the agricultural experiment station), acting jointly; (f) if any information or other word or statement, required by or under authority of this chapter (Secs. 3929–3956] to appear on the label or labeling, shall not be prominently placed thereon with such conspicuousness, as compared with other words, statements, designs or devices, in the labeling, and in such terms, as to render it likely to be read and understood by the ordinary individual under customary conditions of purchase and use.
(h) if it shall pur. port to be or is represented as
(2) a food for which a standard or standards of fill or container have been prescribed by regulations as provided by section 3938, and it shall fall below the standard of fill of container applicable thereto, unless its label shall bear, in such manner and form as such regulations specify, a statement that it falls below such standard;
 Sec. 3944. Drugs and devices: When deemed misbranded.
A drug or device shall be deemed to be misbranded: (a) If its labeling shall be false or misleading in any particular; (b) if in package form, unless it shall bear a label containing (2) an accurate statement of the quantity of the contents in terms of weight, measure or numerical count; provided, under subdivision (2) of this subsection, reasonable variations shall be permitted, and exemptions as to small packages shall be established, by regulations promulgated by the commissioner (of food and drugs) and director (of the agricultural experiment station), acting jointly; (c) if any infomation or other word or statement, required by or under authority of this chapter (Secs. 3929–3956] to appear on the label or labeling, shall not be prominently placed thereon with such conspicuousness, as compared with other words, statements, designs or devices in the labeling, and in such terms, as to render it likely to be read and understood by the ordinary individual under customary conditions of purchase and use; (i) (1) if it shall be a drug and its container shall be so made, formed or filled as to be misleading
*. [1939; last amended 1947.] Sec. 3948. Cosmetics: When deemed misbranded.
A cosmetic shall be deemed to be misbranded: (a) If its labeling shall be false or misleading in any particular; (b) if in package form, unless it shall bear a label containing
(2) an accurate statement of the quantity of the contents in terms of weight, measure or numerical count; provided, under subdivision (2) of this subsection, reasonable variations shall be permitted, and ex
emptions as to small packages shall be established, by regulations prescribed by the commissioner (of food and drugs) and director (of the agricultural experiment station), acting jointly; (c) if any infor. mation or other word or statement, required by or under authority of this chapter (Secs. 3929–3956) to appear on the label or labeling, shall not be prominently placed thereon with such conspicuousness, as compared with other words, statements, designs or devices in the labeling, and in such terms, as to render it likely to be read and understood by the ordinary individual under customary conditions of purchase and use; or (d) if its container shall be so made, formed or filled as to be misleading. [1939) Sec. 3954. Right of entry.
For the purpose of enforcing the provisions of this chapter (Secs. 3929–3956), the commissioner, or his authorized representative, is authorized (1) to enter, at reasonable times, any factory, warehouse or establishment subject to this chapter, or to enter any vehicle being used to transport or hold food, drugs, devices or cosmetics in intrastate commerce and (2) to inspect, at reasonable times, such factory, warehouse, establishment or vehicle and all pertinent equipment, finished and unfinished materials, containers, labeling and advertisements therein. (1939) General Statutes, Revision of 1949, Vol. II, Title 30,
Ch. 187—"Retail Drug Control Act." Sec. 3958. Illegal advertising.
(a) No drug retailer shall use advertising, whether printed, radio or display or of any other nature, which is intentionally inaccurate in any material particular or misrepresents merchandise, in respect to its
quantity *; and no drug retailer shall use advertising or selling methods which tend to deceive or mislead the customer.
[1935). Sec. 3960. Penalty for violation.
Any person responsible for a wilful violation of the provisions of this chapter (Secs. 3957–3960] shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars. (1935) General Statutes, Revision of 1949, Vol. II, Title 30,
Ch. 188—"Uniform State Narcotic Drug Act." Sec. 3969. Marking requirements.
(1) When a manufacturer shall sell or dispense a narcotic drug and when a wholesaler shall sell and dispense a narcotic drug in a package prepared by him, he shall securely affix to each package in which that drug is contained a label showing in legible English the name and address of the vendor and the quantity, kind and form of narcotic drug contained therein.
General Statutes, Revision of 1949, Vol. II, Title 30,
Ch. 188—"Uniform State Narcotic Drug Act”Continued.
Sec. 3980. Enforcement officers.
The state department of health, the commissioners of pharmacy, the authorized agents of such officials and the police authorities and police officers in their respective jurisdictions and all state's attorneys, shall enforce all provisions of this chapter [Secs. 3961–3982), except those specifically delegated, and shall cooperate with all agencies charged with the enforcement of the laws of the United States, of this state and of all other states, relating to narcotic laws (drugs). [1935; last amended 1939.] Sec. 3981. Penalty for violations.
Any person who violates any provision of this chapter (Secs. 3961–3982] shall be fined not more than two thousand dollars or be imprisoned not more than five years or both. [1935) General Statutes, Revision of 1949, Vol. II, Title 31,
Ch. 204—"Liquor Control Act." Sec. 4228. Enforcement.
The commission [liquor control commission) shall have power to enforce the provisions of this chapter (Secs. 4222-4323], and may make all necessary rules and regulations for that purpose and for carrying out, enforcing and preventing violation of, all or any of the provisions of this chapter,
and for protecting the public against fraud or overcharge;
[1933; last amend ed 1945.] Sec. 4305. Penalties.
Any person convicted of a violation of any provision of this chapter [Secs. 4222-4323], for which a specified penalty is not imposed, shall, for each offense, be fined not more than one thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than one year or both. (1935) Sec. 4320. Bottling and marking requirements.
and there shall be no advertising, labeling, bottling or canning of alcoholic liquor which shall, in any way, deceive or tend to deceive a purchaser or consumer of such alcoholic liquor as to the nature, quality or quantity of such liquor, and all advertising, labeling, bottling or canning of alcoholic liquors shall be subject to such rules and regulations as the liquor control commission shall prescribe. [1939; last amended 1945.] Sec. 4321. Capacity of beer containers.
No beer except such as shall be imported from a foreign country shall be sold by any retail permittee for consumption off the premises, in bottles, cans or other containers having a capacity of other than
twelve, sixteen or thirty-two fluid ounces. The provisions of this section shall not apply to beer sold in wooden or metal barrels.  General Statutes, Revision of 1949, Vol. II, Title 40,
Ch. 264Gas, Electricity, and Water. Sec. 5670. Commission to fix standard measure for sale of gas
The commission (public utilities commission) shall have power to fix the standard measure for the sale of illuminating gas by meter  Sec. 5671. Inspection of meters.
Upon petition of any person and the payment of a fee of one dollar for each meter, the (public utilities] commission shall cause to be inspected any meter used in measuring electricity, gas or water supplied to such petitioner. Said commission may prescribe such limits of variation from accurate registration by such meters as it may determine to be reasonable. The company supplying electricity, gas or water through any such meter shall reimburse the petitioner for such inspection fee if such meter be found not to register accurately within the limit of variations so prescribed, and shall not again use such meter until corrected and approved by the commission. [1911; last amended 1935.] Sec. 5672. Water meters.
Any water company supplying water to the inhabitants of any city, town, village or borough, for domestic, manufacturing or fire protection purposes, may refuse to furnish water except by metered measurement at established rates, to the owner or occupant of any premises upon which water is allowed to be wasted, by reason of defective fixtures or otherwise, after notification to such owner or occupant, and reasonable time given to him to make necessary repairs.  General Statutes, Revision of 1949, Vol. III, Title 49,
Ch. 319-Commercial Fertilizer. Sec. 6733. Definition.
The term "commercial fertilizers," as used in this chapter (Secs. 6733-6739], shall be construed to mean any substance imported, manufactured, prepared or sold for fertilizing or manuring or soil amendment purposes, except barnyard manure and stable manure which have not been artificially treated or manipulated, marl and lime. Cottonseed meal, rapeseed meal, castor pomace and all other vegetable products used as fertilizers, including the ashes of cotton hulls and wood ashes, shall be included as fertilizers within the meaning of this chapter *..  Sec. 6738. Right of entry.
The director [of the agricultural experiment station) and his authorized deputies shall
feeding stuffs sold or offered or exposed for sale shall have conspicuously affixed thereto a plainly printed statement certifying (1) the number of net pounds of feeding stuff contained therein, provided such statement shall not be affixed by wire or other metallic device, and provided, in the case of cottonseed meal which shall be sold for fertilizer or in the case of any concentrated feeding stuff sold in bulk, the dealer may issue, in lieu of the printed statement herein described, a certificate which shall contain the information required by this section. (1925)
have power to enter any car, warehouse, store, building, boat, vessel or place supposed to contain fertilizers, for the purpose of inspecting (1919) Sec. 6739. Penalties.
Any person who shall violate any provision of this chapter (Secs. 6733–6739] for which no penalty is specifically provided shall be fined not less than five nor more than one hundred dollars. [1919) 1949 Supplement to the General Statutes, Title XLIX,
Ch. 319—Commercial Fertilizer. Sec. 581a. Marking requirements.
Any person, company, manufacturer, dealer or agent, before selling or offering for sale in this state any commercial fertilizer or fertilizer materials except stable manure in its original condition, shall brand or attach to each bag, barrel or package the following items, preferably in the following order: (1) Weight of each package, in pounds; (1949) General Statutes, Revision of 1949, Vol. III, Title 49,
Ch. 320_Commercial Feeding Stuffs. Sec. 6740. Definition.
The term “concentrated commercial feeding stuffs,” within the meaning of this chapter (Secs. 6740_6746), shall include linseed meals, cottonseed meals, pea meals, bean meals, coconut meals, gluten meals, gluten feeds, dried brewers' grains, dried distillers' grains, malt sprouts, dried beet pulp, hominy feeds, cerealine feeds, rice meals, alfalfa meals, oat feeds, corn and oat chop, corn and oat feeds, scratch feeds, digestor tankage, ground meat scraps, ground fish scraps, mixed feeds, provenders, bran, middlings and mixed feeds made wholly or in part from wheat, rye or buckwheat, and all materials of a similar nature intended for the feeding of domestic animals, including poultry; but shall not include hays, straws, corn stover, ensilage, whole grains or the unmixed meals made directly from the whole grains of wheat, rye, barley, oats, Indian corn, broom corn, rice, buckwheat and flaxseed, or feed ground from whole grain and sold directly from the manufacturer to the consumer.
(1925) Sec. 6741. Marking requirements.
Each lot or parcel of concentrated commercial
Sec. 6744. Enforcement.
The commissioner of food and drugs shall enforce the provisions of this chapter (Secs. 6740– 6746] and, when evidence is submitted by the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station that any provision of sections 6741 and 6742 have been violated, he shall make complaint to the prosecuting officer having jurisdiction. [1925) Sec. 6745. Penalty for violations.
Any manufacturer, importer, agent or other person selling or offering or exposing for sale any concentrated commercial feeding stuff in relation to which all the provisions of sections 6741 and 6742 shall not have been complied with, shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars for the first offense and not more than two hundred dollars for each subsequent offense. 
General Statutes, Revision of 1949, Vol. III, Title 64,
Ch. 426-False Advertising.
Sec. 8703. Unlawful acts; penalty.
Any person, firm, corporation or association, or any agent or employee thereof, who, with intent to sell or dispose of merchandise, real estate, securities or service or to induce the public to enter into any obligations relating thereto, shall make, publish, circulate or place before the public, in a newspaper, magazine or other publication or in form of a book, notice, circular, pamphlet, letter, handbill, poster, bill, sign, placard, card, label or tag, any advertisement or statement regarding merchandise, real estate, securities or service, which advertisement or statement shall contain anything untrue, deceptive or misleading, shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars. (1923)
Revised Code 1935, Ch. 82—Weights and Measures
Page 3419. Sec. 1 Custody of standards
181 3420. 2 Standards of weights and measures
182 3421. 3 County regulators of weights and measures 182 3422. 4 Same: Duties of, in Kent and Sussex Counties
182 3423. 5 Same: General duties and powers
182 3424. 6 Same: Monthly reports
182 3425. 7 Offenses and penalties for Kent and Sussex Counties
182 3426. 8 New Castle County; Duties and powers of regulator
183 3427. 9 Same: Seizure of false equipment; application of law
183 3428. 10 Same: Offenses and penalties
183 3429. 11 Same: Weights and measures in public markets
183 3430. 12 Same: Oaths relative to commercial equip
183 3431. 13 Duplicate standards
184 3433. 15 Standard measure for milk and cream; penalty
184 3434. 16 Charcoal, bushel for
184 3435. 17 Mason work, rules for measurement of 184 3436. 18 Minimum bread weight; offenses; penalty 185 3437. 19 Standard containers for fruits and vegetables
186 3438. 20 Coal: Standard ton; penalty
186 3439. 21 Kent and Sussex Counties: Coal and ice; offenses; penalty
186 3440. 22 Solid fuels: Definitions; sale by weight; enforcement officers; tolerance
186 3441. 23 Same: Unlawful to sell except by weight;
delivery ticket; exceptions; licensed
187 3442. 24 Oysters in shell, measure for
190 Revised Code 1935, Ch. 74, Art. 3—Measure for Oysters
Sold in Shell 2966. Sec. 165 Measure; violations; penalty
190 Revised Code 1935, Ch. 113—Custody of Duplicate Standards of Weights and Measures by Prothonotaries 4304. Sec. 19 Custody of duplicate standards of weights
and measures by prothonotaries ---- 190 Laws 1941, Vol. 43, Ch. 204–Deputy Regulators of
Weights and Measures Sec. 1 Appointment
190 2 Oath of office
190 3 Duties
190 4 Fees for services
190 5 Standards to be provided
191 Revised Code 1935, Ch. 83—Sale and Inspection of
Bread Stuffs 3444. Sec. 1 Bushel weights of wheat, Indian corn and Indian meal
191 3445. 2 Containers for exportation of breadstuffs,
flour, and meal: Sizes; exceptions; penalty 191 3446. 3 Breadstuffs: Marking requirements; penalty 191
Page 3448. Sec. 5 Flour and meal: Marking requirements; penalty
191 3449. 6 Enforcement officers
191 3450. 7 Exportation from New Castle County without inspection unlawful
192 3451. 8 Inspection; penalty -
192 Revised Code 1935, Ch. 21, Art. 5—Commercial Feed
tags for violations; penalties; enforce-
192 Revised Code 1935, Ch. 21, Art. 8—Testing of Milk and
Cream 635. Sec. 68 Testing: Offenses
192 636. 69 Test equipment to be inspected
193 642. 75 Enforcement; rules and regulations 193 643. 76 Penalty for violations
199 645. 78 Inspection of Babcock test equipment; offenses
193 646. 79 Specifications for Babcock test equipment. 193 Revised Code 1935, Ch. 21, Art. 10—Liming Materials 667. Sec. 100 Marking requirements
194 672. 105 Rules and regulations
195 674. 107 Penalty for violations; enforcement 195 Revised Code 1935, Ch. 22—Commercial Fertilizer 689. Sec. 2 Marking requirements
195 690. 3 Registration
195 699. 12 Definition
195 701. 14 General penalty
195 702. 15 Penalty for removing or defacing label, or selling without label
195 704. 17 General penalty
195 705. 18 Enforcement
195 706. 19 Rules and regulations; penalty
196 Revised Code 1935, Ch. 100, Art. 3—Wood-corder for
Towns 3902. Sec. 7 Duties; sale without corder's measurement; penalty; fee; length of wood
196 Revised Code 1935, Ch. 100, Art. 27—Food 3993. Sec. 98 Unlawful to sell, etc. misbranded article -- 196 3994. 99 Definitions
196 3997. 102 When deemed misbranded
196 3999. 104 Penalty
196 4000. 105 Exceptions
196 4002. 107 Enforcement; rules and regulations 196 Revised Code 1935, Ch. 100, Art. 42—Narcotic Drugs 4094. Sec. 199 Marking requirements
197 4104. 209 Enforcement; penalty for violations 197 Laws 1943, Vol. 44, Ch. 67—Purchase and Sale of Lima
Beans, Peas, etc. for Canning or Processing
to standard weights and measures 197 3 Penalty for violations
Revised Code 1935, Ch. 82—Weights and Measures. 3419. Sec. 1. Custody of standards.
The State Chemist is made the custodian of the standard weights and measures of the United States,
belonging to this State, together with balances for adjusting duplicate standards.
The State Chemist is required to keep the same in good order, and shall, upon demand, try and