Full Statute Name:  West's Wisconsin Statutes Annotated. Agriculture, Food and Trade Practices (Ch. 91 to 100). Chapter 100. Marketing; Trade Practices. 100.35. Furs to be labeled

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Primary Citation:  W. S. A. 100.35 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  October, 2014 Alternate Citation:  WI ST 100.35 Date Adopted:  1949
Summary:

This law represents Wisconsin's fur labeling law. The law states that no person shall sell or offer or display for sale any coat, jacket or other garment made wholly or partially of fur without a label that states in English the species of fur or pelt used. This section does not apply to such garments displayed, offered, or sold at a price of less than $50.

Statute Text: 

 

(1) No person shall sell or offer or display for sale any coat, jacket or other garment made wholly or partially of fur without having attached thereto and conspicuously displayed a tag or label bearing in plain print in English the species of fur or pelt used therein. This section shall not apply to such garments as are displayed or offered for sale or sold at a price of less than $50.

(2) Any person violating this section shall be punished as in s. 100.26(1).

<<For credits, see Historical Note field.>>

HISTORICAL AND STATUTORY NOTES

2010 Main Volume

Source:

L.1949, c. 404.

St.1949, § 100.35.

L.1951, c. 223, § 19.

 

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