§ 3.1-567. (Repealed effective October 1, 2008) Records
Records of the purchase of cream shall be kept at each such creamery, plant or station, and shall show the date of purchase, the net pounds of cream purchased, the test for butterfat, the price per pound of butterfat, and the total amount paid therefor, in such manner as may be required by the Commissioner. When payment for cream is made in cash, a receipt signed by the person to whom such payment is made shall be kept among the records. When payment is made by check, the cancelled checks shall be returned within thirty days from the date of clearance and kept at each such creamery, plant or station from which such checks were issued, for a period of six months from the date of such clearance, unless facsimile impression copies of all such checks or receipts are kept among the records. All such records shall be available for inspection by any authorized representative or agent of the Commissioner, including the record of payment therefor. The falsification of such records, or the failure to keep the same in the manner required by the Commissioner, including the record of payment therefor, or the false manipulation or overreading or underreading of the Babcock test as a basis for payment in buying or selling, by the holder of a license required by this article or by any employee of such holder, shall be a ground for the revocation by the Commissioner of the license of any such creamery, plant or station.
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