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Prohibitions; presumption; rules and regulations
Agriculture & Markets (AGM) CHAPTER 69, ARTICLE 13-B
§ 160-k. Prohibitions; presumption; rules and regulations. 1. No
person shall sell, expose for sale, or transport for sale grapes in open
or closed packages if the package containing them, the label on them, or
any advertising accompanying them shall bear any statement, design or
device regarding the grapes which shall be false or misleading in any

2. No person shall sell, expose for sale, or transport for sale, in
either open or closed packages, grapes packed in such a manner that the
face or shown surface shall not be an average of the contents of the

3. When grapes in packages are delivered to a common carrier for
shipment, such delivery shall be presumptive evidence that the grapes
are intended for sale.

The commissioner shall adopt and promulgate such rules and regulations
to supplement and give full effect to the provisions of this article as
he may deem necessary.