2011 Connecticut Code
Sec. 53-370. Fraudulent sale of liquid fuels or lubricating oils. No person, firm or corporation, or any member or employee thereof, shall store, expose for sale or sell any liquid fuels, lubricating oils, greases or similar products in such manner as to deceive as to identity, nature or quality; or use any container for storage with the trademark or symbol of any manufacturer or distributor except that of the manufacturer or distributor of the product contained therein; or imitate the design, trademark or symbol of any manufacturer on any container, buildings or equipment with intent to deceive purchasers as to the nature, source or quality of the commodity sold; or mix, blend or compound any of such products of one manufacturer or distributor with that of another and sell the same as the product of either, provided any owner may sell such compound under his own trademark; or aid, assist or abet any person in the violation of the above provisions by depositing or delivering such products in any container other than that of the manufacturer or distributor of such product. Any person who violates any of the provisions of this section shall be fined not more than two hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than thirty days or both.
Title 53 Crimes
Chapter 948 Frauds and False Pretenses
Sec. 53-370. Fraudulent sale of liquid fuels or lubricating oils.
(1949 Rev., S. 8710.)
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