Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 37
FOOD, DRUGS, AND OIL
CHAPTER 15
EGGS AND EGG PRODUCTS
37-1522.  Licenses. (a) No person shall act as a distributor of eggs in the state of Idaho without first obtaining a license therefor from the director for each physically separate establishment at which such business is conducted.
(b)  No producer or distributor shall engage in candling eggs for official grade designation in the state of Idaho without first obtaining a license therefor from the director. Each producer or distributor who candles or assigns grades to eggs shall have or designate an individual candler who shall be responsible for making this determination.
(c)  Each application for a license under this act shall be in writing upon forms prescribed by the director, and shall be accompanied by the annual license fee contemplated in section 37-1523, Idaho Code.
(d)  Each license shall be in a form prescribed by the director and shall bear the license number assigned to each licensee.
(e)  The license of a distributor shall be conspicuously displayed and posted at the separate establishment for which that license is issued. The license of an egg candler shall be conspicuously displayed and posted at the place of business where that egg candler is performing those services.
(f)  The director shall refuse to issue a license to a distributor or egg candler who at the time of application therefor is not complying fully with the regulations and standards adopted, established and prescribed therefor under the provisions of this act; and shall be empowered to revoke or suspend a license issued to a distributor or egg candler upon determination of noncompliance with these regulations and standards or during the period of noncompliance with these regulations and standards.

History:
[37-1522, added 1963, ch. 143, sec. 4, p. 406; am. 1974, ch. 18, sec. 175, p. 364; am. 1982, ch. 26, sec. 2, p. 52.]


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