Arts and Cultural Affairs - Trade-marks - Offenses Against Trade-marks - Keeping trade-mark bottles and vessels with intent to refill or sell them

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§ 33.13. Keeping trade-mark bottles and vessels with intent to refill
or sell them. Any person engaged in the business of buying and selling
bottles, siphons, barrels, platters, or other vessels or things, who
shall with intent to defraud the registered owner of the trade-mark,
knowingly sell or offer for sale any bottle, siphon, barrel, platter,
vessel, or other things, to any person, who he has reason to believe
wrongfully intends to use the trade-mark upon it, or to fill such
bottle, siphon, barrel, platter, vessel or other thing in violation of
the preceding section, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor.