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1550.3520 MISBRANDING.

The information placed on the bottle by the manufacturer or bottler, whether in the form of a printed label or by means of lettering blown in the glass, must in each case be truly descriptive of the product contained in the bottle. The interchanging of labels, whether printed on paper or on the crown cap or blown in the glass of the bottle, whereby the matter contained in the label is not truly descriptive of the product or its origin, constitutes a misbranding.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 31.10; 31.101

Published Electronically:

September 23, 2013