Wis. Admin. Code Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection § ATCP 159.02 - Prohibitions

Current through March 28, 2022

(1) No person shall, in any sale, offer for sale, or consignment:
(a) Misrepresent that any grain has been officially inspected or graded and found to be of a particular kind, class, grade, quality, condition or quantity, or that particular standards or factors have been established with respect to such grain by official inspection.
(b) Represent grain which has been officially inspected and graded as being of a grade or quality contrary to the grade or quality designation set forth in the official inspection certificate issued for such grain.
(c) Knowingly describe grain by any grade designation or other description which is false or misleading.
(d) Forge, counterfeit, alter, obliterate, damage or remove an official inspection certificate on any lot of grain.
(2) Nothing herein shall prohibit a person from designating a grade for grain or of using standards or factors as prescribed under the federal act in arriving at such grade for grain, provided no representations are made that the grain has been officially graded or that such standards or factors have been officially determined.

Notes

Wis. Admin. Code Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection § ATCP 159.02
Cr. Register, July, 1975, No. 235, eff. 8-1-75.

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