Whoever, himself or by his servant or agent misbrands apples within the meaning of
section one hundred and five or advertises apples for sale in violation of section one hundred and three, or packs, repacks, sells, distributes or offers or exposes for sale or distribution
apples which are misbranded, or packs, repacks, sells, distributes or offers for sale
or distribution apples in closed or open packages so packed or repacked that the faced
or shown surface gives a false representation of the color, size or quality of the
other apples in the package, or packs, repacks, sells, distributes, offers or exposes
for sale or distribution apples otherwise in violation of any provision of section one hundred and one to one hundred and nine, inclusive, or wilfully alters, effaces or removes, or causes to be altered, effaced
or removed, wholly or partly, any brands or marks put upon any package of apples under
authority of said sections, shall be punished for the first offence by a fine of not
more than fifty dollars, and for a subsequent offence by a fine of not more than two
hundred dollars. Whoever obstructs or hinders the commissioner of food and agriculture or any of
his assistants in the performance of his duties under sections one hundred and one to one hundred and seven, and section one hundred and nine, inclusive, shall be punished by a fine of not less than ten nor more than one hundred
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