SEC. 75-31-33. Milk received for manufacturing purposes; tests for sediment and butterfat contents and weights; reports.
Sections 75-31-1, 75-31-3, 75-31-5, 75-31-6, 75-31-7, 75-31-9, 75-31-11, 75-31-13, 75-31-15, 75-31-17, 75-31-19, 75-31-21, 75-31-23, 75-31-25, 75-31-27, 75-31-29, 75-31-31, 75-31-33, 75-31-35, 75-31-37, 75-31-39, 75-31-40, 75-31-41, 75-31-43, 75-31-45, 75-31-47, 75-31-49, 75-31-51, 75-31-53, 75-31-55, 75-31-57, 75-31-59, 75-31-61 and 75-31-63, Mississippi Code of 1972, which provide for the regulation of milk and milk products by the Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce, are repealed.
The commissioner of agriculture and commerce or his agent shall supervise the making and grading of sediment tests and may also make check tests pertaining to butterfat contents and weights as often as is practical or deemed necessary and the plants or operators shall cooperate and lend such assistance as is necessary to complete such tests. Plants making such tests, the commissioner of agriculture and commerce or his agents, shall have the right to add harmless coloring to all class four milk to prevent its being again delivered as whole milk. A complete report of all tests made shall be sent to the department of agriculture and commerce not later than the tenth of the month following the month in which the tests were made, and the name and address of all producers delivering milk which is classed as class four milk, or is rejected for other reasons, shall be sent to the department within forty-eight hours after the tests were made or after rejection. These reports shall be submitted on forms provided by the department of agriculture and commerce, and each plant or station shall keep an accurate record on file of each monthly sediment report.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 4560-03; Laws, 1944, ch. 244, Sec. 3. Repealed by Laws 1999, Ch. 439, Sec. 2, eff. July 1, 1999.