37-6-32. Civil penalty for unauthorized refilling or trafficking in registered containers. Whenever any person engaged in manufacturing, bottling, or selling in bottle, soda, mineral water, cider, or other nonalcoholic beverage, has filed and published in the manner authorized by law, a description of a name, mark, or label usually stamped by him on the bottles containing such beverage, every other person who without the written consent of such manufacturer or dealer refills with any beverage, whether genuine or otherwise, with the intent to sell the same, any bottles stamped with such name, mark, or label, and every person who sells, disposes of, purchases, or traffics in such bottles; or who keeps any such bottles with intent so to refill or use or sell them, without written consent of the manufacturer so to do, is liable to a penalty of fifty cents for each and every bottle so kept, filled, sold, bought, disposed of, or trafficked in, for the first offense, and five dollars on each bottle for every subsequent offense.
Source: SDC 1939, § 13.1823.
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