§ 3.1-537. (Repealed effective October 1, 2008) Units for testing cream
Cream shall be tested by weight and the standard units for testing shall be eighteen grams, and nine grams, and it is hereby made a violation of the provisions of this article to use any other standard of milk or cream measure where milk or cream is purchased by or furnished to creameries or cheese factories, and where the value of the milk or cream is determined by the per centum of butterfat contained in the same by the Babcock or other centrifugal test or cream test or butterfat test scales.
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