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Ohio Revised Code - Title IX Agriculture - Animals - Fences - Chapter 925: Marketing.

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  • 925.01 Production, processing, maintenance and sale of shell eggs definitions.
    As used in sections 925.01 to 925.13 of the Revised Code: (A) "Food processor" means any person, other than an egg breaker, who utilizes broken...
  • 925.02 Standards, grades, weight classes for shell eggs.
    The standards, grades, and weight classes for shell eggs adopted by the United States department of agriculture, agricultural marketing service, poultry division, effective July 1,...
  • 925.021 Egg container labels.
    (A) No person shall sell, offer for sale, or expose for sale shell eggs in a container which is not labeled with: (1) The...
  • 925.022 Sale of shell eggs from bulk lot.
    No person shall sell, offer for sale, or expose for sale shell eggs from a bulk lot which is not plainly marked with a placard...
  • 925.023 Advertising eggs.
    (A) No person shall advertise shell eggs in any manner or by any means for the purpose of inducing, or which is likely to...
  • 925.024 Terms used in sale of eggs.
    No person shall sell, offer for sale, or advertise for sale shell eggs as "No. 1," "specials," "fancy," "direct from farm," "quality eggs," "hennery eggs,"...
  • 925.025 Terms used suggesting federal grading.
    No person shall advertise, sell, offer for sale, or expose for sale shell eggs as federally graded or under any other terms that imply that...
  • 925.03 Maintaining shell eggs in refrigeration.
    (A) Each producer and processor shall maintain shell eggs in refrigeration at an ambient temperature that does not exceed forty-five degrees Fahrenheit. (B) Each...
  • 925.04 Records of date of processing of shell eggs.
    Each producer and processor shall keep records of the date of processing of the shell eggs distributed, sold, or offered for sale by him. Each...
  • 925.05 Enforcement - evidence.
    The director of agriculture shall enforce sections 925.01 to 925.13 of the Revised Code. Certificates of inspection issued by licensed inspectors of the grading service...
  • 925.06 Administrative rules.
    The director of agriculture may adopt, amend, and rescind rules as he considers necessary to administer and enforce sections 925.01 to 925.13 of the Revised...
  • 925.07 Right of entry for inspection of premises.
    In the administration of sections 925.01 to 925.13 of the Revised Code, the director of agriculture or his designee, on any business day and during...
  • 925.08 Violations prohibited.
    No person shall fail to comply with sections 925.01 to 925.13 of the Revised Code or an applicable rule adopted under section 925.06 of the...
  • 925.09 Restraining order against violation.
    In addition to the remedies available and irrespective of whether there exists an adequate remedy at law, the attorney general, upon the request of the...
  • 925.10 Exempted producers.
    Producers selling only shell eggs of their own hens' production on the premises where produced or selling directly to hatcheries are exempted from sections 925.01...
  • 925.11 Crediting of fines.
    Fifty per cent of all fines collected under sections 925.01 to 925.13 of the Revised Code shall be paid into the state treasury to the...
  • 925.12 Payment of receipts of prosecutions into general revenue fund.
    All fines, fees, and costs collected under prosecutions begun, or caused to be begun, by the director of agriculture, shall be paid by the court...
  • 925.13 Collection of unpaid fines.
    If the court fails to pay a fine within the time specified in section 925.12 of the Revised Code, and after demand has been made...
  • 925.14 Amended and Renumbered RC 3715.03.
    Effective Date: 06-20-1994
  • 925.21 Containers for fresh fruits and vegetables definitions.
    As used in sections 925.22 to 925.32 , inclusive, of the Revised Code: (A) "Fruit or vegetable" means any fresh unprocessed fruit or vegetable which...
  • 925.22 Content of labels on containers.
    (A) Every person who packs or repacks fresh fruits or vegetables, consigns, delivers, receives, distributes, has in his possession for sale, sells, or offers...
  • 925.23 Markings of containers.
    No person shall sell, offer for sale, receive, distribute, or expose or have in his possession for sale, either privately or upon the open market,...
  • 925.24 Markings on used containers.
    Whenever fresh fruits or vegetables are packed, re-packed, sold, or offered for sale in containers previously used by another person or which were manufactured and...
  • 925.25 False representation of contents.
    No person shall sell, offer for sale, or have in his possession for sale, either privately or on the open market, consign, deliver, receive, or...
  • 925.26 Adoption of federal grades.
    Federal grades with any future grades, additions, or changes including "unclassified" in the case of peaches, potatoes, and dry onions, as well as a domestic...
  • 925.27 Exceptions.
    Sections 925.21 to 925.32 and sections 1327.46 to 1327.61 of the Revised Code do not apply to fruits or vegetables that are: (A) In transit...
  • 925.28 Culls to be so labeled.
    Containers of apples which do not meet any of the grade requirements shall be labeled with a sign bearing the word "culls" in well-proportioned letters...
  • 925.29 False or misleading statement of quality or quantity.
    No person shall make a false or misleading statement, written or oral, with reference to the quantity, grade, price, variety, minimum size, or state of...
  • 925.30 Notice of detention of container not properly marked.
    (A) Whenever the director of agriculture finds or has cause to believe that any container of any fruit or vegetable is not marked in...
  • 925.31 Enforcement.
    Judges of the county courts, mayors, municipal courts, and courts of common pleas have jurisdiction in sections 925.21 to 925.32 , inclusive, of the Revised...
  • 925.32 Fines collected paid into general revenue funds.
    Fifty per cent of all fines assessed under sections 925.21 to 925.32, inclusive, of the Revised Code, shall be paid into the general revenue fund....
  • 925.33 [Repealed].
    Effective Date: 01-14-1972
  • 925.34 Amended and Renumbered RC 925.31.
    Effective Date: 01-14-1972
  • 925.41 to 925.44 [Repealed].
    Effective Date: 01-14-1972
  • 925.49 Amended and Renumbered RC 925.32.
    Effective Date: 01-14-1972
  • 925.50 [Repealed].
    Effective Date: 01-14-1972
  • 925.51 Prepackaging at retail store level definitions.
    As used in sections 925.51 to 925.60 , inclusive, of the Revised Code: (A) "Fresh fruits or vegetables" means all fresh fruits or fresh vegetables....
  • 925.52 Marking of fresh fruit and vegetable containers.
    Each person who prepackages fresh fruits or vegetables in containers in the same retail store, market, or business establishment where said commodities are being exposed...
  • 925.53 Misbranding fresh fruit and vegetable containers.
    No person shall sell, offer for sale, or expose or have in his possession for sale fresh fruits or vegetables which have been prepackaged in...
  • 925.54 Additional grades and regulations for sale of fresh fruits and vegetables.
    The director of agriculture, subject to sections 119.01 to 119.13 , inclusive, of the Revised Code, may promulgate additional grades and regulations for the sale...
  • 925.55 False representation of contents of fresh fruit and vegetable containers.
    No person shall sell, offer for sale, expose, or have in his possession for sale fresh fruits or vegetables prepackaged in the same retail store,...
  • 925.56 Federal grades to be applied.
    Federal grades for fresh fruits and vegetables as adopted by the state, and any future grades, shall be applied if the person prepackaging said commodities...
  • 925.57 Examination of establishments where packaging and sale occurs.
    In the administration of sections 925.51 to 925.60 , inclusive, of the Revised Code, the director of agriculture or his employees or agents, on any...
  • 925.58 Tagging misbranded article.
    Whenever the director of agriculture finds or has cause to believe that any fresh fruit or vegetable is misbranded within the meaning of sections 925.51...
  • 925.59 Certificates of inspection prima facie evidence.
    The attorney general, prosecuting attorney, or city director of law to whom the director of agriculture reports any violation of sections 925.51 to 925.60 of...
  • 925.60 Fines paid to general revenue fund.
    All fines assessed under sections 925.51 to 925.59 , inclusive, of the Revised Code, shall be paid into the general revenue fund of this state....
  • 925.61 Cucumber grades and standards.
    The director of agriculture shall, by regulations adopted in accordance with sections 119.01 to 119.11 , inclusive, of the Revised Code, establish standards and grades...
  • 925.62 Dying rabbits and chicks.
    No person, firm, or corporation shall dye or otherwise color any rabbit or baby poultry, including, but not limited to, chicks and ducklings. No person,...
  • 925.99 Penalty.
    (A) Whoever violates sections 925.21 to 925.32 or 925.51 to 925.59 of the Revised Code is guilty of a minor misdemeanor on a first...

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