Section 2-13-19

Substitutes for butter and cheese - Possession of substitutes; use of certain words or representations in sale or advertisement.

No person shall have in his possession or under his control any substance designed as a substitute for butter or cheese unless the tub, firkin, box or package holding the same is branded or marked in black Gothic letters one inch high by one inch in width. No person shall use in any way, in connection or association with the sale or exposure for sale or advertisement of any substance designed to be used as a substitute for butter, the word "butter," "creamery," "dairy" or the name or representation of any breed of dairy cattle or any combination of such word or words and representations or any other words or symbols or combination thereof commonly used in the sale of butter.

(Ag. Code 1927, §69; Acts 1935, No. 13, p. 12; Code 1940, T. 2, §205.)