Defendant manufacturer sold poisonous hair dye to a beautician, instructing her to warn patrons to keep their eyes closed when the dye was being applied. The beautician failed to so inform the plaintiff, a patron, and the plaintiff suffered injuries for which she now sues. Held, the manufacturer's warning to the immediate vendee did not relieve him of liability to vendee's patron. Petzold v. Roux Laboratories, 256 App. Div. 1096, 11 N. Y. S. (2d) 565 (1939).
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