Sec. 35-20. Unlawful use of devices; penalty. (131)(1-click HTML)
No person, other than the owner of such name, mark or device, shall fill with soda water, mineral water or aerated water, near beer, cider, ginger ale, milk, cream or other beverage, or with any medicine, medicinal preparation, perfumery, oil, compound or mixture, any bottle, can, jar, box or siphon, or shall use any towel, coat, apron or toilet cabinet, which is so marked or distinguished with or by any name, mark or device, a description of which has been filed as provided in section 35-19, by supplying, furnishing or renting the same to others for hire or compensation, or shall deface, erase, obliterate, cover up or otherwise remove or conceal any such name, mark or device thereon, or shall sell, buy, give, take or otherwise dispose of or traffic in the same, without the written consent of the person whose mark or device shall be or has been in or upon the bottle, can, jar, box or siphon so filled, trafficked in, used or handled, or whose name, mark or device shall be or shall have been upon the towel, coat, apron or toilet cabinet so unlawfully used. Any person, acting for himself or as the agent of any person, firm or corporation, who violates any provision of this section shall, for the first offense, be fined not more than five dollars or imprisoned not more than thirty days or both, for each such bottle, jar, siphon or towel, and not more than ten dollars for each such can, box, coat, apron or toilet cabinet so filled, sold, used, supplied, disposed of, brought or trafficked in and, for each subsequent offense, shall be fined not more than ten dollars or imprisoned not more than one year or both, for each such bottle, can, jar, box, siphon, towel, coat, apron or toilet cabinet so filled, sold, used, supplied, disposed of, bought or trafficked in. (132)
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