2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 51 - Standards, Weights, Measures And Containers
Section 51:4-7 - Test Of Illuminating Oils; Notice Prohibiting Sale
51:4-7. Test of illuminating oils; notice prohibiting sale
The state department of health, or any analyst or inspector authorized by such department, or any member of a county or municipal board of health may, at any time during business hours, visit any place, where any product of petroleum is on sale, and secure such quantity thereof, as shall be sufficient for testing, at the rate of the usual retail price of said product. If it is found to be of such a character as is by section 51:4-5 of this title prohibited from sale for illuminating purposes generally, the person having it for sale may be prohibited by written notice, signed by such member of a board of health, analyst or inspector, and served upon any person in charge of said product, from the sale of the same for use for such purposes. If, thereafter, any of such product shall be so sold or offered or exposed for sale for illumination, except as permitted by said section 51:4-5, the person thus selling, offering, or exposing it for sale, shall be liable to the penalties hereinafter provided.
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