2014 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 24 - FOOD AND DRUGS
Section 24:11-7 - Distribution, sale, etc., of eggs removed from incubators
24:11-7. Distribution, sale, etc., of eggs removed from incubators
No person or persons, firm, partnership or corporation shall knowingly distribute, sell, receive, accept, import or export any eggs for human consumption which have been removed from incubators used for hatching purposes, unless such eggs have been broken, crushed or smashed and then denatured with kerosene, creolin or other substance approved of by the State Department of Health, before leaving the premises on which the incubator or incubators from which the eggs were removed are located; provided, that nothing contained in this act shall prohibit the distributing, selling, receiving, accepting or exporting of eggs which have been removed from any incubator or incubators, when such eggs are to be used for biological, scientific, chemical or experimental purposes, other than for human food purposes; and provided, further, that the containers of the eggs mentioned in the first proviso herein shall be labelled for the purpose for which they are to be used, and placed thereon shall be the names and addresses of the buyers and shippers thereof.
L.1939, c. 116, p. 423, s. 1, eff. July 1, 1939.
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