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" Legislation to provide for the official inspection of this, as of other food products, and to insure that it shall be sold for what it is, and not for what it is not, is very desirable. Every reasonable measure to prevent fraud, here as elsewhere, ought... "
Annual Report of ... Mayor of Philadelphia: Containing the Reports of the ... - Page 157
by Philadelphia (Pa.). Mayor - 1897
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The Century, Volume 34

1887
...enabled to furnish a cheap, wholesome, and nutritious food for the people. Legislation to provide for official inspection of this, as of other food products,...production of a cheap and useful food material by law, lest the profits which a class, the producers of butter, have enjoyed from the manufacture of a costlier...
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Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, Volume 2, Issues 3-8

United States. Bureau of Manufactures - Consular reports - 1881
...omitted all reference to prohibition, he hoped it would be accepted by the government. Everything should be sold for what it is, and not for what it is not. He knew that in England a large quantity of butterine was being sold as butter, ami that was a fraud...
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A practical treatise on animal and vegetable fats and oils ..., Volume 2

William Theodore Brannt, Karl Schaedler - Essences and essential oils - 1896
...wholesomeness of oleomargarine. Prof. Atwater, in a paper on the " Chemistry of Foods," in Thc Century, says in regard to oleomargarine: "This is a case where...production of a cheap and useful food material by law, lest the profits which a class — the producers of butter — have enjoyed from the manufacture of...
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Report of the Board of Health of the city and port of Philadelphia. 1896

1897
...says, in regard to oleomargarine : '' This is a case where mechanical invention, aided by eoience, is enabled to furnish a cheap, wholesome and nutritious...enjoyed from the manufacture of a costlier article niķiv be diminished, is opposed to the interest of a large body of people, to the spirit of our institutions,...
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The Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1899
...colouring. I am perfectly ready to see the sale of margarine increased in this country so long as it is sold for what it is and not for what it is not. There is no foundation for the assertion wildly made by the margarine manufacturers and those directly...
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The New York Supplement

Law reports, digests, etc - 1909
...and cannot be constitutionally prohibited, but that the Legislature may, and has, legally required that it shall be sold for what it is, and not for dairy butter, and that in making such sales foreign substances shall not be added to it for the purpose...
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Reports of Selected Cases Decided in Courts of the State of New ..., Volume 71

Francis Blaine Delehanty, Austin B. Griffin, Robert George Scherer, Edward Jordan Dimock, Joseph Albert Lawson, Charles Cook Lester, William Van Rensselaer Erving, Louis J. Rezzemini - Law reports, digests, etc - 1911
...People v. Marx, 99 NY 377. Nevertheless, it has also been held that the Legislature may, by law, require that it shall be sold for what it is, and not for dairy butter, and guard the public against imposition by preventing the simulated article being put...
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Annual Report [with Accompanying Documents]., Volume 1

New York (State). Dept. of Agriculture - 1911
...lawful and cannot be constitutionally prohibited; but the Legislature may, and has legally required that it shall be sold for what it is, and not for dairy butter, and that foreign substances, such as coloring matter, shall not be added to it for the...
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Annual Report, Volume 1

New York (State) Dept. of Agriculture - 1911
...lawful and cannot be constitutionally prohibited; but the Legislature may, and has legally required that it shall be sold for what it is, and not for dairy butter, and that foreign substances, such as coloring matter, shall not be added to it for the...
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The Century, Volume 34

1887
...enabled to furnish a cheap, wholesome, and nutritious food for the people. Legislation to provide for official inspection of this, as of other food products,...production of a cheap and useful food material by law, lest the profits which a class, the producers of butter, have enjoyed from the manufacture of a costlier...
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