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state, two thousand dollars of such amount shall be paid to every such society, club or exposition, which shall have held annual fairs or meetings during each of the three years next preceding such appropriation and which shall have paid at each of such annual fairs or meetings, during such three years, the sum of three thousand dollars as premiums for agricultural interests, exclusive of the premiums paid for trials or tests of speed, skill or endurance of man or beast. Such society, club or exposition shall annually before the first day of December in each year file in the office of the commissioner of agriculture a statement, verified by its president and treasurer, showing the payment of such premiums, with the amount and object thereof, together with the name of the persons to whom they were paid. A similarly verified duplicate of such statement shall be filed in the office of the comptroller. There shall at the same time be filed in the office of the comptroller a written offer to the effect that such society, club or exposition will act as the agent of the State for the distribution and payment of the money so appropriated as premiums at its annual fair or meeting for the promotion of agricultural interests, together with a bond executed to the people of the State, signed in its name by the president and treasurer thereof, in such amount and with such sureties as the comptroller shall approve, conditioned for the faithful performance of its duties as such agent. Any such society, club or exposition receiving such sum of two thousand dollars as herein provided shall not receive any portion of the moneys collected from racing associations or moneys already appropriated for the benefit of county agricultural societies. (Added by chap. 587 of 1895, § I.)
§ 90. Annual report to the commissioner of agriculture and state society. The president and treasurer of any agricultural society which receives any money of the state or acts as the agent of the state in the distribution of money of the state as premiums, shall annually before the fifteenth day of December, transmit to the commissioner of agriculture a detailed account of the expenditure or distribution of all such moneys as shall have come into their hands during the preceding year, and for such other moneys as they may have received from voluntary contributions for distribution as premiums, stating to whom, and for what purpose paid, with the vouchers therefor. The presidents of the several county societies and of the American institute shall annually transmit in the month of December, to the executive committee
of the New York state agricultural society, all such reports or returns as they are required to demand from applicants, for premiums, together with an abstract of their proceedings during the year, which shall be examined by such executive committee, and they shall condense, arrange and report the same, with a statement of their own proceedings to the legislature on or before the first day of March in each year.
§ 91. Imitation of maple sugar prohibited. (1) No person shall manufacture for sale, keep for sale, or offer or expose for sale, any sugar in imitation or semblance of maple sugar which is not pure maple sugar, nor any syrup in imitation or semblance of maple syrup, which is not pure maple syrup. Nor shall any person manufacture, offer or expose for sale any sugar as and for maple sugar which is not pure maple sugar, nor any syrup as and for maple syrup which is not pure maple syrup.
(2) For the purpose of this act the term "maple sugar" shall be deemed to mean sugar made from pure maple sap or pure maple syrup, and the term "maple syrup" shall be deemed to mean syrup made from pure maple sap. (Added by chap. 640 of 1894 and amended by chap. 194 of 1898, § 1.)
§ 92. Maple sugar compounds and syrup.-No person shall manufacture, sell or expose for sale, any compound or mixture as and for sugar which shall be made up of maple sugar mixed with any other sugar or any other substance without branding or labeling the said sugar with a statement giving the ingredients of which it is made up. No person shall manufacture, sell, expose for sale, or offer for sale any compound or mixture as syrup which shall be made up of maple syrup mixed with any other syrup or ingredient without branding or labeling said syrup with a statement giving the ingredients of which it is made up. This shall not be construed to apply to a syrup or syrups manufactured and sold for medicinal purposes only. (Added by chap. 194 of 1898, §2.)
SECTION 100. Law repealed.
101. When to take effect.
§ 100. Laws repealed.—Of the laws enumerated in the sched ule hereto annexed, that portion specified in the last column is repealed. (Added by chap. 395 of 1895, § 7.)
§ 101. When to take effect. This chapter shall take effect immediately. (Added by chap. 395 of 1895, § 7.)
SECTION 110. State manufacturer and the dealer in original packages to file certificate with commissioner of agriculture.
111. Certificate to be given by commissioner of agriculture to state
112. Composition of paris green or analogous products.
§ 110. State manufacturer and the dealer in original packages to file certificate with commissioner of agriculture. After the passage of this act it shall be the duty of each and every manufacturer of paris green within this state, and of every dealer in original packages of paris green manufactured outside of this state, before the said paris green is offered or exposed for sale or sold within this state, to submit to the commissioner of agriculture a written or printed statement setting forth: first, the brands of paris green to be sold, the number of pounds contained in each package in which it is put upon the market for sale, the name or names of the manufacturers and the place of manufacturing the same; second, the statement shall set forth the amount of arsenic which the said paris green contains, and the statement so furnished shall be considered as constituting a guarantee to the purchaser that every package of such paris green contains not less than the amount of arsenic set forth in the statement. (Added by chap. 113 of 1898, § 1.)
§ 11. Certificate to be given by the commissioner of agriculture to state manufacturer and dealer in original packages.Every purchaser of paris green in original packages, which is manufactured outside of this state, who intends to sell or expose the same for sale, and every manufacturer of paris green within this state shall, after filing the statement above provided for, with the commissioner of agriculture, receive from the said commissioner of agriculture, a certificate stating that he has complied with the foregoing statement, which certificate shall be furnished without any charge therefor; said certificate when furnished shall authorize the party receiving the same to deal in this state in paris green.
Concentrated Commercial Feeding Stuffs.
Any person who fails to file the statement aforesaid shall not be entitled to such certificate and shall not be entitled to deal in paris green within this state; nothing in this section shall be construed as applying to retail dealers. (Added by chap. 113 of 1898, § 1.)
§ 112. Compositions of paris green or analogous products.— Paris green, or any product analogous to it, when sold, offered or exposed for sale, as such, in this state, shall contain at least fifty per centum of arsenious oxide. (Added by chap. 113 of 1898, § 1.) § 113. Paris green to be analyzed at experiment station.The director of the New York state agricultural experiment station at Geneva, shall, under the direction of the commissioner of agriculture, examine, or cause cause to be examined, the different brands of paris green, sold, offered or exposed for sale within the state, and cause samples of the same to be analyzed, and shall report the result of the analysis forthwith to the commissioner of agriculture. (Added by chap. 113 of 1898, § 1.)
§ 114. Penalty for violations.-Any person or persons, firm, association, company or corporation violating any of the provisions of this act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be fined not less than fifty dollars nor more than two hundred dollars; and in addition thereto shall forfeit and pay unto the people of the state of New York the sum of one hundred dollars, together with the costs of the suit in an action caused to be brought by the commissioner of agriculture in the name of the people of the state of New York, as provided by section eight of the agricultural law. (Added by chap. 113 of 1898.)
SALE AND ANALYSIS OF CONCENTRATED COMMERCIAL
SECTION 120. Term "concentrated commercial feeding stuffs" defined.
123. License fee.
124. Analysis to be made by director of experiment station; samples
125. Penalty for violation of article.
126. Sale of adulterated meal or ground grains; penalty.
127. Violation to be reported to the commissioner of agriculture.
120. Term "concentrated commercial feeding stuffs" de
fined. The term "concentrated commercial feeding stuff" as used in this article, shall include linseed meals, cottonseed meals, pea-meals, cocoanut meals, gluten meals, gluten feeds, maize feeds, starch feeds, sugar feeds, dried brewer's grains, malt sprouts, hominy feeds, cerealine feeds, rice meals, oat feeds, corn and oat chops, ground beef or fish scraps, mixed feeds, and all other materials of similar nature; but shall not include hays and straws, the whole seeds nor the unmixed meals made directly from the entire grains of wheat, rye, barley, oats, Indian corn, buckwheat, and broom corn. Neither shall it include wheat, rye and buckwheat brans or middlings, not mixed with other substances, but sold separately, as distinct articles of commerce, nor pure grains ground together. (Added by chap. 510 of 1899.) $121. Statements to be attached to packages; contents; analysis. Every manufacturer, company or person who shall sell, offer or expose for sale or for distribution in this state any concentrated commercial feeding stuff, used for feeding farm live stock, shall furnish with each car or other amount shipped in bulk and shall affix to every package of such feeding stuff in a conspicuous place on the outside thereof, a plainly printed statement clearly and truly certifying the number of net pounds in the package sold or offered for sale, the name or trade mark under which the article is sold, the name of the manufacturer or shipper, the place of manufacture, the place of business and a chemical analysis stating the percentages it contains of crude protein, allowing one per centum of nitrogen to equal six and one-fourth per centum of protein, and of crude fat, both constituents to be determined by the methods prescribed by the director of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station. Whenever any feeding stuff is sold at retail in bulk or in packages belonging to the purchaser, the agent or dealer, upon request of the purchaser shall furnish to him the certified statement named in this section. (Added by chap. 510 of 1899.)
§ 122. Statements to be filed with director of agricultural experiment station; to be accompanied by sample.-Before any manufacturer, company or person shall sell, offer or expose for sale in this state any concentrated commercial feeding stuffs, he or they shall for each and every feeding stuff bearing a distinguishing name or trade mark, file annually during the month of December with the director of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station a certified copy of the statement specified