Arts and Cultural Affairs - Trade-marks - Offenses Against Trade-marks - Affixing defined

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§ 33.03. Affixing defined. A trade-mark is deemed to be affixed to an
article of merchandise, when it is placed in any manner in or upon:

1. The article itself; or

2. A box, bale, barrel, bottle, case, cask, platter, or other vessel
or package, or a cover, wrapper, stopper, brand, label, or other thing
in, by or with which the goods are packed, inclosed or otherwise
prepared for sale or disposition.