259 Wis. 463 (1951)

MCALEAVY, Respondent, vs. LOWE and another, Appellants.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

October 9, 1951.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellant John T. Lowe there was a brief by Doar & Knowles of New Richmond, and oral argument by W. T. Doar and John Doar.

For the appellant Cargill, Inc., there was a brief by Wilcox & Sullivan of Eau Claire, and oral argument by Francis J. Wilcox.

For the respondent there was a brief by Maloney & Wheeler of Madison, and oral argument by Norris E. Maloney and Floyd E. Wheeler.


The appellants on their appeal raise the following issues:

(1) Sec. 94.72 (14) (b), Stats., does not apply to the sale of screenings by Cargill to Lowe because such sale was completed outside the jurisdiction of Wisconsin law, to wit, in the state of Minnesota.

(2) The statute does not apply because screenings are not "a feed."

(3) The statute does not apply because there was no evidence of any mixture or adulteration of an injurious...


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