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Section 39-4-1 - Foods and substances subject to chapter.
Section 39-4-2 - Conditions constituting adulteration of food.
Section 39-4-3 - Ingredients constituting adulteration of confectionery.
Section 39-4-4 - Unlawful food additives--Prohibited use as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-5 - Labeling required for preservatives added--Violation as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-6 - Repealed.
Section 39-4-7 - False or misleading information in package or label constituting misbranding.
Section 39-4-8 - Imitation or unauthorized use of distinctive name as misbranding.
Section 39-4-9 - Deception as to place of origin as misbranding--Reuse of original package.
Section 39-4-10 - Failure to list narcotics in label as misbranding.
Section 39-4-11 - Quantity and packer to be shown in label--Variation and tolerances.
Section 39-4-12 - Franchised beverages exempt from quantity labeling requirement--Statement requiredof manufacturer or distributor.
Section 39-4-13 - False labeling as to ingredients as misbranding.
Section 39-4-14 - Additional labeling required for special dietary foods.
Section 39-4-14.1 - Repealed.
Section 39-4-15 - Exemption of articles marketed under distinctive name--Compounds, imitations, andblends.
Section 39-4-16 - Disclosure of trade formulas not required.
Section 39-4-17 - Exemption of articles intended for export.
Section 39-4-18 - Manufacture of adulterated or misbranded food as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-19 - Transportation of adulterated or misbranded foods as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-20 - Reliance by dealer on guaranty by wholesaler or manufacturer--Contents of guaranty.
Section 39-4-21 - Seizure and condemnation of adulterated or misbranded food--Release on bond--Jurytrial.
Section 39-4-22 - Donation of food--Immunity from civil and criminal liability.
Section 39-4-23 - Distribution of food without charge by charitable or nonprofit organization--Immunity.
Section 39-4-24 - Food not readily marketable--Immunity provisions applicable--Regulation.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > South-dakota > Title-39 > Chapter-04

Section 39-4-1 - Foods and substances subject to chapter.
Section 39-4-2 - Conditions constituting adulteration of food.
Section 39-4-3 - Ingredients constituting adulteration of confectionery.
Section 39-4-4 - Unlawful food additives--Prohibited use as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-5 - Labeling required for preservatives added--Violation as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-6 - Repealed.
Section 39-4-7 - False or misleading information in package or label constituting misbranding.
Section 39-4-8 - Imitation or unauthorized use of distinctive name as misbranding.
Section 39-4-9 - Deception as to place of origin as misbranding--Reuse of original package.
Section 39-4-10 - Failure to list narcotics in label as misbranding.
Section 39-4-11 - Quantity and packer to be shown in label--Variation and tolerances.
Section 39-4-12 - Franchised beverages exempt from quantity labeling requirement--Statement requiredof manufacturer or distributor.
Section 39-4-13 - False labeling as to ingredients as misbranding.
Section 39-4-14 - Additional labeling required for special dietary foods.
Section 39-4-14.1 - Repealed.
Section 39-4-15 - Exemption of articles marketed under distinctive name--Compounds, imitations, andblends.
Section 39-4-16 - Disclosure of trade formulas not required.
Section 39-4-17 - Exemption of articles intended for export.
Section 39-4-18 - Manufacture of adulterated or misbranded food as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-19 - Transportation of adulterated or misbranded foods as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-20 - Reliance by dealer on guaranty by wholesaler or manufacturer--Contents of guaranty.
Section 39-4-21 - Seizure and condemnation of adulterated or misbranded food--Release on bond--Jurytrial.
Section 39-4-22 - Donation of food--Immunity from civil and criminal liability.
Section 39-4-23 - Distribution of food without charge by charitable or nonprofit organization--Immunity.
Section 39-4-24 - Food not readily marketable--Immunity provisions applicable--Regulation.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > South-dakota > Title-39 > Chapter-04

Section 39-4-1 - Foods and substances subject to chapter.
Section 39-4-2 - Conditions constituting adulteration of food.
Section 39-4-3 - Ingredients constituting adulteration of confectionery.
Section 39-4-4 - Unlawful food additives--Prohibited use as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-5 - Labeling required for preservatives added--Violation as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-6 - Repealed.
Section 39-4-7 - False or misleading information in package or label constituting misbranding.
Section 39-4-8 - Imitation or unauthorized use of distinctive name as misbranding.
Section 39-4-9 - Deception as to place of origin as misbranding--Reuse of original package.
Section 39-4-10 - Failure to list narcotics in label as misbranding.
Section 39-4-11 - Quantity and packer to be shown in label--Variation and tolerances.
Section 39-4-12 - Franchised beverages exempt from quantity labeling requirement--Statement requiredof manufacturer or distributor.
Section 39-4-13 - False labeling as to ingredients as misbranding.
Section 39-4-14 - Additional labeling required for special dietary foods.
Section 39-4-14.1 - Repealed.
Section 39-4-15 - Exemption of articles marketed under distinctive name--Compounds, imitations, andblends.
Section 39-4-16 - Disclosure of trade formulas not required.
Section 39-4-17 - Exemption of articles intended for export.
Section 39-4-18 - Manufacture of adulterated or misbranded food as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-19 - Transportation of adulterated or misbranded foods as misdemeanor.
Section 39-4-20 - Reliance by dealer on guaranty by wholesaler or manufacturer--Contents of guaranty.
Section 39-4-21 - Seizure and condemnation of adulterated or misbranded food--Release on bond--Jurytrial.
Section 39-4-22 - Donation of food--Immunity from civil and criminal liability.
Section 39-4-23 - Distribution of food without charge by charitable or nonprofit organization--Immunity.
Section 39-4-24 - Food not readily marketable--Immunity provisions applicable--Regulation.

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