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Charge: Serving oleomargarine in hotel without displaying sign.
In Circuit Court of Calhoun County, July 1, 1904. Case pending.

CASE NO. 308.

People vs. Herman Rapp.

Charge: Selling oleomargarine artificially colored.

In Justice Court, City of West Bay City, January 13, 1902. Complaint made by Frank H. Gregory, Inspector. January 13, 1902: Defendant waived examination. Bound over to the Circuit Court for the County of Bay for trial. Case pending.

CASE NO. 319.

People vs. Robert J. Brown and David C. Goodell.

Charge: Selling oleomargarine artificially colored.

In Justice Court, City of Saginaw, April 16, 1902. Complaint made by Frank H. Gregory, Inspector. Case pending.

CASE NO. 321.

People vs. Thos. S. Linn, of Algonac.

Charge: Selling oleomargarine as dairy butter.

In Justice Court. City of Port Huron, April 9, 1902. Complaint made by Frank H. Gregory, Inspector. April 15, 1902: Examination held. Bound over to the Circuit Court for the County of St. Clair for trial. Case pending.

CASE NO. 327.

People vs. McWilliams & Moore.

Charge: Selling oleomargarine artificially colored.

In Police Court, City of Detroit, July 30, 1902. Complaint made by Perley C. Heald, Deputy Commissioner. August 8, 1902: Defendant waived examination. Bound over to the Recorder's Court of the City of Detroit for trial. Case pending.

CASE NO. 335.

People vs. F. J. Dettenthaler.

Charge: Selling yellow oleomargarine, color produced from ingredients.

In Police Court, City of Grand Rapids, September 9, 1902. Complaint made by John R. Bennett, Inspector. October 17, 1902. Examination held. Bound over to the Superior Court of the City of Grand Rapids for trial. July 30, 1903: Case nolle prossed.

CASE NO. 339.

People vs. Charles Addison.

Charge: Selling yellow oleomargarine, color produced from ingredients.

In Police Court, City of Detroit, November 26, 1902. Complaint made by John McMahon, Inspector. December 9, 1902. Examination held. Bound over to the Recorder's Court of the City of Detroit for trial. April 30, 1904. Case nolle prossed.

CASE NO. 341.

People vs. McWilliam & Moore.

Charge: Selling yellow oleomargarine, color produced from ingredients.

In Police Court, City of Detroit, November 26, 1902. Complaint made by John McMahon, Inspector. December 9, 1902: Examination held. Bound over to the Recorder's Court of the City of Detroit for trial. April 30, 1904: Case nolle prossed.

CASE NO. 342.

People vs. Oscar Ascher.

Charge: Selling yellow oleomargarine, color produced from ingredients.

In Police Court, City of Detroit, November 26, 1902. Complaint made by John McMahon, Inspector. December 9, 1902: Defendant waived examination. Bound over to the Recorder's Court of the City of Detroit for trial. April 30, 1904: Case nolle prossed.

CASE NO. 344.

People vs. E. W. Hinshaw (Manager Malcomson's Tea Store).

Charge: Selling adulterated extract of vanilla.

In Justice Court, City of Saginaw, November 24, 1902. Complaint made by Frank H. Gregory, Inspector. December 22, 1902: Defendant waived examination. Bound over to the Circuit Court for the County of Saginaw for trial. In the Circuit Court for the County of Saginaw, March 23, 1903: Defendant arraigned; plea, not guilty. March 23, 1903: Defendant tried and convicted. Stay of sentence pending an appeal to the Supreme Court. In the Supreme Court November 20, 1903: Case submitted on briefs. January 5, 1904. Conviction affirmed. In the Circuit Court in and for Saginaw County: Defendant appeared in court for sentence and a fine of $50 was imposed, or in default in payment thereof, that the defendant be confined in the county jail for a period of ninety days. Fine paid.

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