§ 3.1-532. (Repealed effective October 1, 2008) Inspection of centrifugal machines and scales; condemnation th...
Every Babcock or other centrifugal machine, or cream test or butterfat test scale, used in this Commonwealth by any inspector of milk or cream or by any person in any milk inspection laboratory for determining the composition of milk or cream for purposes of inspection, or by any person in any milk depot, ice cream factory, confectionery, creamery, cheese factory, condensed milk factory, laboratory or other place for determining the composition or value of milk or cream as a basis for payment in buying or selling, shall be subject to inspection at least once in each year by the Commissioner, his assistants or agents. Any Babcock or other centrifugal scale so used, that is not in the opinion of the Commissioner or his assistants or agents in condition to give accurate results, may be condemned by the Commissioner or his assistants or agents. No Babcock or other centrifugal machine or scale that has been condemned by the Commissioner or his assistants or agents as not in condition to give accurate results shall be used in this Commonwealth by any person for determining the composition or value of milk or cream, unless the machine or scale be changed to the satisfaction of the Commissioner or his assistants or agents, and approved by him.
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