2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 4 - Agriculture And Domestic Animals
Section 4:11-37 - Weight Tickets
4:11-37. Weight tickets
It shall be unlawful for any person to buy or receive or cause to be bought or received, as dealer, broker or agent, any live poultry unless at the time of purchase the seller or poultry raiser is given a weight ticket on a form to be furnished by the buyer on which is distinctly expressed the name and address of the buyer or dealer, the quantity of the poultry in terms of avoirdupois net weight, the number of units of the poultry, and where crates or other containers are used in connection with the purchase of said poultry, the number of crates and containers so used, together with the tare weight of such crates or containers; where a broker or agent is a party to or negotiates the sale or receipt of poultry his name and address shall also be distinctively expressed on the ticket. The ticket shall be made out in duplicate, one copy to be given to the seller or poultry raiser and the other to be retained by the buyer for a period of one year during which period it shall be subject at any time to inspection by a duly authorized weights and measures officer.
L.1942, c. 248, p. 670, s. 3.
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