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Page 111 - SEC. 4. That all barrels packed with apples shall be deemed to be below standard if the barrel bears any statement, design, or device indicating that the barrel is a standard barrel of apples as herein defined, and the capacity of the barrel is less than the capacity prescribed by section one of this act, unless the barrel shall be plainly marked on end and side with words or figures showing the fractional relation which the actual capacity of the barrel bears to the capacity prescribed by section...
Page 112 - That any person, firm or corporation, or association who shall knowingly pack or cause to be packed apples in barrels or who shall knowingly sell or offer for sale such barrels in violation of the provisions of this Act shall be liable to a penalty of one dollar and costs for each such barrel so sold or offered for sale, to be recovered at the suit of the United States in any court of the United States having jurisdiction. SEC. 7. That this Act shall be in force and effect from and after the first...
Page 111 - SEC. 2. That the standard grades for apples when packed in barrels which shall be shipped or delivered for shipment in interstate or foreign commerce, or which shall be sold or offered for sale within the District of Columbia or the Territories of the United States...
Page 110 - Length of stave, twenty-eight and one-half inches; diameter of heads, seventeen and one-eighth inches; distance between heads, twenty-six inches; circumference of bulge, sixty-four inches, outside measurement; and the thickness of staves not greater than four-tenths of an inch : Provided, That any barrel of a different form having a capacity of...
Page 111 - That the standard barrel for fruits, vegetables, and other dry commodities other than cranberries shall be of the following dimensions when measured without distention of its parts : Length of stave, twentyeight and one-half inches; diameter of...
Page 111 - That the standard grades for apples when packed in barrels which shall be shipped or delivered for shipment in interstate or foreign commerce, or which shall be sold or offered for sale within the District of Columbia or the Territories of the United States shall be as follows : Apples of one variety, which are well-grown specimens, hand picked, of good color for the variety, normal shape, practically free from insect and fungous injury, bruises, and other defects, except such as are necessarily...
Page 111 - Standard grade minimum size two and one-half inches," if the minimum size of the apples is two and one-half inches in transverse diameter; "Standard grade minimum size two and one-fourth inches," if the minimum size of the apples is two and one-fourth inches in transverse diameter ; or "Standard grade minimum size two inches," if the minimum size of the apples is two inches in transverse diameter.
Page 220 - Maine, Orono: CD Woods. Maryland, College Park: HJ Patterson. Massachusetts, Amherst: WP Brooks. Michigan, East Lansing: RS Shaw.
Page 111 - That barrels packed with apples shall be deemed to be misbranded within the meaning of this Act: First. — If the barrel bears any statement, design or device indicating that the apples contained therein are " Standard Grade " and the apples when packed do not conform to the requirements prescribed by Section two of this Act.
Page 42 - ... to adhere to it is as free from controversy under our Constitution as is the further proposition that the power of making new treaties or modifying existing treaties is not lodged by the Constitution in Congress, but in the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate * * *." I wish to call your attention at this point to the fact that the Status of Forces Agreement contains provisions as to the means by which it may be modified or abrogated, and that House Joint Resolution 309...