Connecticut Law
Title 22 Agriculture. Domestic Animals


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Connecticut Laws | Title 22 Agriculture. Domestic Animals

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CHAPTER 422 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

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Sec. 22-1. Department of Agriculture.

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Secs. 22-1a and 22-1b. Commissioner, department and council, general terminology change.

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Sec. 22-1c. Terminology change.

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Sec. 22-2. Board of Agriculture.

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Sec. 22-3. Duties of commissioner. Preservation of Connecticut agricultural lands. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-4. Appointment of commissioner.

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Sec. 22-4a. Delegation of commissioner's authority.

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Sec. 22-4b. Designation of agents of commissioner.

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Sec. 22-4c. Powers of commissioner. Recording and transcription of hearings. Payment of related costs or expenses.

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Sec. 22-4d. Cease and desist orders.

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Sec. 22-5. Deputy commissioner.

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Sec. 22-6. Powers and duties of commissioner.

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Sec. 22-6a. Receipt of federal funds and gifts by commissioner.

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Sec. 22-6b. Refunds of sums paid Department of Agriculture.

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Sec. 22-6c. Reimbursement of comprehensive farm nutrient management plan or farm resources management plan costs. Limitation of amounts.

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Sec. 22-6d. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-6e. Gardening or agricultural use of vacant public land.

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Sec. 22-6f. Participation in farmers' market coupon programs. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-6g. Connecticut Farmers' Market/Women, Infants and Children Program: Definitions.

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Sec. 22-6h. Connecticut Farmers' Market/Women, Infants and Children Program: Purposes. Administration.

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Sec. 22-6i. Connecticut Farmers' Market/Women, Infants and Children Program: Eligibility requirements.

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Sec. 22-6j. Connecticut Farmers' Market/Women, Infants and Children Program: Responsibilities of participants.

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Sec. 22-6k. Connecticut Farmers' Market/Women, Infants and Children Program: Records. Authorization of markets.

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Sec. 22-6l. Connecticut Farmers' Market/Women, Infants and Children Program: Vendor certification.

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Sec. 22-6m. Connecticut Farmers' Market/Women, Infants and Children Program: Responsibilities of vendors.

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Sec. 22-6n. Connecticut Farmers' Market/Women, Infants and Children Program: Penalties for violations.

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Sec. 22-6o. Connecticut Farmers' Market/Women, Infants and Children Program: Citation of noncompliance of vendor.

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Sec. 22-6p. Connecticut Farmers' Market/Women, Infants and Children Program: Assurances. Vouchers.

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Sec. 22-6q. Connecticut Farmers' Market/Senior Nutrition Program.

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Sec. 22-6r. Certified farmers' markets. Definitions. Sale of farm products at farmers' kiosks and food service establishments.

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Sec. 22-7. Administrative civil penalties.

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Secs. 22-7a to 22-7o.

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Sec. 22-7p. Bonds.

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Sec. 22-7q. Filing of bond in administrative appeal.

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Sec. 22-8. Duties of commissioner re avian ecology.

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Sec. 22-9. Supervision of institutional farms.

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Sec. 22-10. Reports of moneys expended.

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Sec. 22-11. Promotion of agricultural interests.

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Sec. 22-11a. "Integrated pest management" defined.

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Sec. 22-11b. Duties of The University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension Service re integrated pest management.

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Sec. 22-11c. Aquaculture development: Definitions.

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Sec. 22-11d. Aquaculture development: Lead agency.

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Sec. 22-11e. Interagency Aquaculture Coordinating Committee.

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Sec. 22-11f. Licensing of aquaculture operation. Regulations. Control of importation and cultivation of nonnative plants or animals.

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Sec. 22-11g. Releases from aquaculture systems.

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Sec. 22-11h. Permits for aquaculture operations. Exemptions from environmental protection programs. General permits.

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Sec. 22-12. Appropriations for promotion of agricultural interests.

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Sec. 22-12a. Use of term "Connecticut State Fair".

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Sec. 22-12b. (Formerly Sec. 26-41). Licensing of fur breeders. Disease control.

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Sec. 22-13. Employment of minors in agriculture.

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Sec. 22-14. Birth certificate or agricultural work permit required.

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Sec. 22-15. Administration. Regulations. Inspection.

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Sec. 22-16. Employer of more than fifteen affected.

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Sec. 22-17. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-17a. Sanitary regulations concerning agricultural workers.

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Secs. 22-18 to 22-26. Farmers' loans, generally.

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Sec. 22-26a. Equine Advisory Council. Members.

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Sec. 22-26b. Agreement with landowner enrolled in federal Dairy Termination Program.

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Sec. 22-26c. Connecticut Farm Wine Development Council.

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Sec. 22-26d. Purposes.

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Sec. 22-26e. Governor's Council for Agricultural Development.

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Sec. 22-26f. State Veterinarian.

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Sec. 22-26g. Noise-making devices used in agriculture to repel wildlife. Permits.

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Sec. 22-26h. Agricultural technology development. Advisory board. Responsibilities of commissioner.

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Sec. 22-26i. Maintenance, repair and improvement account.

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Sec. 22-26j. Farm viability matching grant program. Eligibility. Purposes.

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Sec. 22-26k. Farm transition grant program. Matching grants.

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Sec. 22-26l. Connecticut Farm Link program.

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Secs. 22-26m to 22-26z.

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CHAPTER 422a* AGRICULTURAL LANDS

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Sec. 22-26aa. State program for the preservation of agricultural land.

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Sec. 22-26bb. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-26cc. State acquisition of development rights to agricultural land. Program established. Joint ownership by the state and a town. Assistance of nonprofit organization. State acquisition of right to construct residence or farm structure.

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Sec. 22-26dd. Maps of land use in state. To include soil types, crops and use classification.

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Sec. 22-26ee and 22-26ff. Study of state responsibilities and opportunities for preserving and developing Connecticut's dairy industry. Commissioner to report on acquisition of development rights.

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Sec. 22-26gg. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-26hh. State bonds authorized for purposes of this chapter.

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Sec. 22-26ii. Inspection of restricted land.

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Sec. 22-26jj. Acquisition of fee simple title to agricultural lands. Lease of property.

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Sec. 22-26kk. List of agricultural land whose development rights have been offered to state.

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Sec. 22-26ll. Farmland Preservation Advisory Board. Established. Membership meetings. Responsibilities.

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Sec. 22-26mm. Municipal loan program. Account. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-26nn. Community farms program. Criteria.

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CHAPTER 423 GRADING AND MARKETING OF FARM PRODUCTS

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PART I GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Sec. 22-27. Establishment of standards. Market information.

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Sec. 22-28. Labels for standard grades.

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Sec. 22-29. Notice of establishment to be published.

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Sec. 22-30. Penalty for improper use of brand name.

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Sec. 22-31. Inspection. Certification.

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Sec. 22-32. Reports by persons engaged in wholesale marketing. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-33. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-34. Products sold under names designated by commissioner.

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Sec. 22-35. Potatoes.

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Sec. 22-36. Culls.

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Sec. 22-37. License for buying poultry. Bond.

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Sec. 22-37a. Connecticut Egg Council, Inc. Establishment of fund. Duties of commissioner.

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Sec. 22-38. Advertising of Connecticut-Grown farm products. Advertising of locally-grown farm products.

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Sec. 22-38a. Promotion of Connecticut-Grown farm products. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-38b. Grocery or food store eligibility for state grant, financial assistance, loan or state-funded incentive. Certification as Connecticut Farm Fresh Market or Restaurant. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-38c. Expand and grow Connecticut agriculture account.

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Sec. 22-38d. Farm to school program. Connecticut-Grown for Connecticut Kids Week.

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Sec. 22-39. Penalty for hindering commissioner.

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Sec. 22-39a. Controlled atmosphere storage of fruit.

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Sec. 22-39b. Registration.

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Sec. 22-39c. Daily determinations of air components.

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Sec. 22-39d. Record. Report. Mechanical breakdowns.

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Sec. 22-39e. Inspection by Commissioner of Agriculture.

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Sec. 22-39f. Penalty.

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PART II* EGGS

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Sec. 22-41. Grades of eggs.

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Sec. 22-42. Weight and size requirements.

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Sec. 22-43. Requirements of advertising of eggs.

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Sec. 22-44. Terms used on eggs.

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Sec. 22-45. Sales of eggs not conforming to standards prohibited.

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Sec. 22-46. Sale of inedible eggs. Licenses.

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Sec. 22-47. Exemptions.

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Sec. 22-48. Administration.

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Sec. 22-48a. Egg-grading plants. Registration. Permit.

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Sec. 22-49. Penalty.

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PART III APPLES

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Sec. 22-50. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-51. Enforcement. Grades and standards.

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Sec. 22-52. Marking of packages.

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Sec. 22-53. Taking of samples.

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Sec. 22-54. Penalty.

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PART IV APPLE MARKET ORDERS

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Secs. 22-54a to 22-54n. Apple market orders in effect before July 1, 1989.

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Sec. 22-54o. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-54p. Powers and duties of commissioner. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-54q. Proposed apple market order. Hearing. Decision by the commissioner. Referendum. Amendments. Termination.

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Sec. 22-54r. Assessment. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22-54s. Apple Marketing Board.

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Sec. 22-54t. Penalty.

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CHAPTER 424 AGRICULTURAL AND VEGETABLE SEEDS

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Sec. 22-55. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-56. Label requirements.

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Sec. 22-57. Restrictions on sale and exposure and transportation for sale. Registration. Fee. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-58. Exemptions.

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Sec. 22-59. Enforcement of provisions. Duties and powers of commissioner.

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Sec. 22-60. Seizure; condemnation.

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Sec. 22-61. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-61a. Injunctions issued without bond.

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CHAPTER 425 REGIONAL MARKETS

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Sec. 22-62. Declaration of necessity.

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Sec. 22-63. Marketing Authority; members.

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Sec. 22-63a. Executive director; appointment; duties.

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Sec. 22-64. Duties of Marketing Authority. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-65. Construction of markets.

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Sec. 22-66. Petition to Superior Court for taking of land.

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Sec. 22-67. Conditions for issuance of bonds.

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Sec. 22-68. Payment of bonds.

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Sec. 22-69. Improvement bonds.

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Sec. 22-70. Issuance of bonds. Borrowing from state funds.

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Sec. 22-71. Investment of proceeds.

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Sec. 22-72. Bonds for construction of store units, office building.

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Sec. 22-73. Bonds for future development of regional market.

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Sec. 22-74. New Haven regional market. Bonds.

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Sec. 22-75. Reserve fund.

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Sec. 22-76. Lessee may construct building.

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Sec. 22-77. Federal grants.

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Sec. 22-78. Appropriations.

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Sec. 22-78a. Fee for round trip by railroad car over track owned by authority. Regulations.

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CHAPTER 426 AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS

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Sec. 22-79. Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. Board of control.

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Sec. 22-80. Meetings of board; officers.

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Sec. 22-81. Duties of board. Reports.

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Sec. 22-81a. Testing of mosquitoes for public health threat.

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Sec. 22-82. Endowment of agricultural experiment station.

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Sec. 22-82a. Inventions and discoveries by employees.

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Sec. 22-83. Research and experiment in tobacco growing.

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Sec. 22-84. Plant pests. Authority of director. Enforcement. Violation.

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Sec. 22-84a. Research consistent with goals of integrated pest management.

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Secs. 22-85 to 22-87. European corn borer. White pine blister rust. European black currant plants.

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Sec. 22-88. State Entomologist; appointment; duties.

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Sec. 22-89. Registration of honey bees.

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Sec. 22-90. Inspection of bees for contagious diseases.

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Sec. 22-91. Gypsy and brown-tail moths.

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Sec. 22-91a. Gypsy moth as public nuisance.

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Sec. 22-91b. Survey of infestation by State Entomologist.

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Sec. 22-91c. Roadside spraying. State aid.

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Sec. 22-91d. Assessment of landowners.

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Sec. 22-91e. Emergency. Appropriations.

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Sec. 22-91f. Epidemic conditions.

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Secs. 22-92 to 22-95. Emergency gypsy moth control. Agent for suppression of gypsy and brown-tail moths, etc.

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Sec. 22-96. Certificate of inspection of imported nursery stock.

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Sec. 22-97. Nursery and nursery stock defined.

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Sec. 22-98. Nursery stock; powers of State Entomologist.

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Sec. 22-99. Nurserymen and dealers to register.

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Sec. 22-100. Nursery certificate. Uninspected stock.

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Sec. 22-101. Penalty. Appeal.

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Sec. 22-102. Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station.

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Sec. 22-103. Acceptance of certain federal acts.

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Sec. 22-104. Use of federal funds by experiment stations.

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CHAPTER 427 FERTILIZERS

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Secs. 22-105 to 22-111. Fertilizers.

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CHAPTER 427a CONNECTICUT FERTILIZER LAW OF 2008

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Sec. 22-111a. Short title: Connecticut Fertilizer Law of 2008.

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Sec. 22-111b. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-111c. Registration of brands and grades. Fee. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-111d. Labeling.

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Sec. 22-111e. Inspection fees. Tonnage reports by distributors.

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Sec. 22-111f. Entry, inspection, sampling and analysis.

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Sec. 22-111g. Misbranded fertilizers.

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Sec. 22-111h. Written reports by distributors and sellers. Confidentiality of report information.

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Sec. 22-111i. Publication of information by director.

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Sec. 22-111j. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-111k. Penalty for short weight.

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Sec. 22-111l. Revocation, refusal or suspension of registration.

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Sec. 22-111m. Stop sale, use or removal orders.

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Sec. 22-111n. Seizure of noncomplying fertilizers.

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Sec. 22-111o. Procedure re violations. Notice and hearing. Fine. Injunctions.

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Sec. 22-111p. Sales and exchanges between importers, manufacturers or manipulators.

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Sec. 22-111q. Appeals.

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Sec. 22-111r. Administration and enforcement.

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Sec. 22-111s. Special acts and municipal ordinances or regulations superceded.

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Sec. 22-111t. Guarantees. Inspection and analysis. Deficiencies. Penalties.

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Sec. 22-111u. Commissioner to determine and publish values.

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Sec. 22-111v. Distribution of adulterated fertilizer prohibited.

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Sec. 22-111w. Storage of bulk fertilizers. Best management practices for fertilizer use and application.

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Sec. 22-111x. Cooperation and agreements with agencies of state, other states and federal government.

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Secs. 22-111y and 22-111z.

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CHAPTER 427b SOIL AMENDMENTS AND AGRICULTURAL LIMING MATERIAL

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Sec. 22-111aa. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-111bb. Registration.

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Sec. 22-111cc. Labeling.

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Sec. 22-111dd. Misbranding.

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Sec. 22-111ee. Adulteration.

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Sec. 22-111ff. Sampling, inspection and analysis requirements.

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Sec. 22-111gg. Penalties.

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Sec. 22-111hh. Stop-sale orders.

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Sec. 22-111ii. Interstate agreements.

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Sec. 22-111jj. Publication of analyses results.

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Sec. 22-111ll. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-111mm. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-111nn. Registration.

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Sec. 22-111oo. Labeling. Posting of information.

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Sec. 22-111pp. Tonnage statements.

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Sec. 22-111qq. Sampling, inspection and analysis requirements.

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Sec. 22-111rr. Prohibited sales.

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Sec. 22-111uu. Revocation, suspension or denial of registration. Refusal to register.

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Sec. 22-111ww. Sale and use of existing inventories.

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CHAPTER 428 COMMERCIAL FEEDING STUFFS

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CHAPTER 428a COMMERCIAL AND CUSTOMER-FORMULA FEEDS

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Sec. 22-118k. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-118l. Manufacture and distribution of feed regulated.

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Sec. 22-118m. Labeling of commercial feed.

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Sec. 22-118o. Adulteration of commercial feed.

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Sec. 22-118r. Inspection of commercial feed facilities.

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Sec. 22-118s. Orders of commissioner. Seizure of feed.

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Sec. 22-118u. Annual report on feed analyses.

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Sec. 22-118v. Termination of statutory provisions.

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CHAPTER 429 AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES

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Sec. 22-120a. Reimbursement of Poultry Breeders' Society for premiums paid. Commissioner's duties.

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Sec. 22-121. Leases for gambling and immoral shows prohibited.

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Sec. 22-122. Forfeiture of appropriation.

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Sec. 22-125. Unlawful conduct on fair grounds; penalty.

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Sec. 22-126. Entry of horse for purse; fraudulent concealment of record; penalty.

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CHAPTER 430 MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

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Sec. 22-128. Powers and duties of commissioner. Access to premises. Removal or abatement of insanitary condition. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22-128a. Schedule of fees.

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Sec. 22-129. Prohibitions on sale, offering for sale, barter, exchange, distribution or processing. Exceptions. Penalties.

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Sec. 22-129a. Seizure and embargo.

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Sec. 22-130. Authority of commissioner limited.

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Sec. 22-131. Milk Regulation Board.

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Sec. 22-131a. Transfer of Milk Regulation Board to Department of Consumer Protection.

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Sec. 22-131b. Milk Regulation Board study of state dairy industry. Report to General Assembly.

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Sec. 22-131c. Regulations implementing recommendations of Milk Regulation Board re state dairy industry.

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Sec. 22-132. Meetings of Milk Regulation Board.

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Sec. 22-133. Regulations of Milk Regulation Board.

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Sec. 22-134. Violation of regulations of board or orders of commissioner. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22-135. Labeling.

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Sec. 22-136. Licensing of weighers, gagers, samplers and testers of milk and cream. Examination fees. Revocation of license.

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Sec. 22-137. Permits for places where milk or cream is received.

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Sec. 22-137a. Connecticut Milk Promotion Board. Membership. Duties.

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Sec. 22-137b. Certification of the Connecticut Milk Promotion Board.

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Sec. 22-138. Fraudulent manipulation of samples or test; falsification of records. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22-139. Tests to be made by licensed tester.

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Sec. 22-140. Samples to be taken by licensed samplers.

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Sec. 22-141. Weighing or gaging to be by licensed weigher or gager.

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Secs. 22-142 to 22-144. Tests and samples. Division of sample at request of producer. Sampling and tests by commissioner; fees.

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Sec. 22-144a. Testing butterfat milk content.

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Sec. 22-145. Disposition of fees.

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Sec. 22-146. Examination of records and apparatus.

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Sec. 22-147. Appeal.

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Sec. 22-148. Proceedings for violation.

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Sec. 22-149. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-150. Registration of milk and butterfat laboratories. Fees. Approval of laboratories. Civil penalty. Revocation of registration.

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Sec. 22-150a. Certified milk laboratory. Milk screening laboratory. Component testing laboratory. Permits. Standards. Exceptions. Regulations. Permit suspension or revocation. Civil penalties.

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Sec. 22-151. Certification of accuracy of bottle or pipette used to determine butterfat content. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22-152. Standard quality of milk.

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Sec. 22-153. Misbranded or adulterated milk, milk product or cheese. Acceptance of milk, milk product or cheese from dealer with suspended or revoked permit. Civil penalty.

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Secs. 22-154 to 22-159. Evaporated milk; contents and labeling. Condensed milk. Sweetened condensed milk; sweetened condensed skimmed milk. Requirements for evaporated or condensed milk not otherwise regulated. Adulterated products. Skimmed milk or low fat milk.

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Sec. 22-160. Milk powder, evaporated milk or cream. Foreign milk powder.

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Sec. 22-161. Penalties.

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Secs. 22-162 and 22-162a. Standard quality of cream; civil penalty. Eggnog beverages; license for processing for sale.

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Secs. 22-163 and 22-164. Milk or cream; containers. Printed notices.

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Sec. 22-165. Samples of milk, cream and milk products; analysis. Fees.

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Sec. 22-166. Sale of milk from emaciated or diseased animals. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22-167. Local regulations for the sale of milk.

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Sec. 22-168. Damages.

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Sec. 22-169. Appeals from local authorities.

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Sec. 22-170. Appeal from board.

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Sec. 22-171. Filled milk.

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Sec. 22-172. Registration of producers. Permits. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-173. Registration of dealers. Permits. Labeling. Civil penalty. Information required.

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Sec. 22-173a. Registration of retail raw milk producers and retail raw milk cheese manufacturers. Denial, suspension and revocation of permits. Cheese manufacturing. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-174. Out-of-state cream source permits. Inspection of cream source.

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Secs. 22-175 to 22-180. Inspection of dairy farms and milk plants. Milk shortage; temporary permits. Investigation of potential sources of supply. Approval of additional sources of supply; temporary permits to relieve hardship. Standards for approval of additional dairy farms. Discontinuance and resumption of shipments from approved farm or plant.

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Sec. 22-181. Application for permit by new producer.

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Sec. 22-182. When approval or inspection of additional farms not required.

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Sec. 22-182a. Duties of commissioner if Federal Milk Order suspended or terminated.

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Sec. 22-183. Farms and plants once approved to retain status and right to inspection; exceptions.

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Sec. 22-184. Permits required for out-of-state plants and producing farms. Exemption.

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Sec. 22-184a. Permits for out-of-state plants which do not ship milk to this state.

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Sec. 22-185. Temporary permit for receiving cream.

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Sec. 22-186. Statements pertaining to receipt and disposition of milk and cream. Information to producers. Termination of Federal Milk Order. Assessment on producers.

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Sec. 22-187. Appeal.

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Sec. 22-188. Carriers of communicable diseases not to handle milk or utensils.

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Secs. 22-189 and 22-190. Sanitary provisions. Milk rooms in dairies; sterilizing equipment in milk plants.

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Sec. 22-191. Preparation of milk.

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Sec. 22-192. Chocolate milk. Flavored milk.

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Sec. 22-192a. Sale of milk as from tested cows.

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Sec. 22-193. Milk and cream sold at retail or served in public eating places.

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Sec. 22-194. Pasteurized milk and milk products.

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Sec. 22-195. Permits for pasteurization. Bottling process. Injunction.

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Sec. 22-196. Pasteurization within the state. Permits for imported pasteurized milk or cream.

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Sec. 22-197. Labeling of receptacle containing pasteurized milk or cream.

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Sec. 22-197a. Pasteurization, processing or sale date need not appear on cap.

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Sec. 22-197b. Last sale date required on containers. Regulations. Penalty.

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Secs. 22-198 to 22-201. Equipment of pasteurizing plant. Pasteurization plants; construction. Sanitary facilities. Additional requirements.

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Secs. 22-202 and 22-203. Health certificates for employees in pasteurization plants. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-203a. Testing of milk and milk products for drug residues or other inhibitory substances. Maintenance of records.

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Sec. 22-203b. Liability.

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Sec. 22-203c. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-203d. Drug residue and other inhibitory substance levels for milk. Prohibition of sale or distribution. Permit suspension. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-203e. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-203f. Transportation of milk by bulk milk pickup tanker. Permit.

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Sec. 22-203g. Application for permit. Validity.

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CHAPTER 430a NORTHEAST INTERSTATE DAIRY COMPACT

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Sec. 22-203aa. Compact.

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Sec. 22-203bb. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22-203cc. State delegation to compact commission. Membership.

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CHAPTER 431 MILK INDUSTRY

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PART I MILK MARKETING ACT

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Sec. 22-205. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-206. Powers and duties of Commissioner of Agriculture.

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Sec. 22-207. Employees.

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Sec. 22-208. Official seal.

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Secs. 22-209 to 22-211. Report to Governor. Regulations. Complaints and investigations.

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Sec. 22-211a. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-211b. Regulations re system of milk prices, premiums and fees. Equalization of costs in obtaining and producing milk.

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Sec. 22-212. Coordination with other authorities.

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Sec. 22-213. Encouragement of cooperative marketing.

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Secs. 22-214 to 22-223. Transportation rates. Orders establishing producers' prices, generally. Production Incentive Fund.

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Sec. 22-224. Information and records.

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Sec. 22-225. Confidential information; public data.

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Sec. 22-226. Statements of purchases from producers.

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Sec. 22-227. Inspection and audit.

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Sec. 22-228. Subpoena; punishment for contempt.

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Sec. 22-229. Dealers required to be licensed.

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Sec. 22-229a. Sanitation, handling, storage and processing requirements for milk dealers.

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Sec. 22-230. License applications.

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Sec. 22-231. Grounds for refusal, suspension or revocation of license.

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Sec. 22-232. Revocation of license; prior violations.

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Sec. 22-233. Conditional licenses.

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Sec. 22-234. Hearings; service of rulings.

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Sec. 22-235. Method of computation of license fees.

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Sec. 22-235a. Method of computation of license fees for milk dealers. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-236. License fees. Regulations. Waiver.

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Sec. 22-237. Issuance and display of certificate.

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Sec. 22-238. Exemptions.

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Sec. 22-239. Commissioner may require bonds or other security of milk dealers.

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Sec. 22-241. Standards for determining bond as security requirement.

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Sec. 22-242. Default.

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Sec. 22-242a. Bond of subdealer of milk.

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Sec. 22-242b. Payment by dealer for milk purchased from another dealer.

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Sec. 22-243. Unfair trade practices.

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Sec. 22-244. Disruption of market.

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Sec. 22-247. Penalties; review.

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Sec. 22-249. Appeal from rulings relating to application or license.

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Sec. 22-256. Penalties and remedies to be concurrent.

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Sec. 22-257. Bond for prosecution not required of commissioner.

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Sec. 22-258. Severability.

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Sec. 22-259. Interstate commerce.

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Sec. 22-259a. Assessment of producers for administration of act.

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PART III CONNECTICUT MILK FOR HEALTH, INC.

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PART IV PAYMENTS TO STATE DAIRY FARMERS

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Sec. 22-265a. Payments to dairy farmers to offset low milk prices.

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CHAPTER 432 SLAUGHTERING OF ANIMALS. COMMISSION SALES STABLES

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Sec. 22-272b. Custom slaughter facilities. Regulations. Exceptions.

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Secs. 22-273 to 22-276. Diseased or unstamped meat not to be sold or transported for human consumption; transportation of meat for human consumption. Commissioner may appoint assistants. Slaughter of equine animals; inspection of meat. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-277. Licensing and supervision of commission sales stables. Branding and identification of animals. Bond required.

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Sec. 22-277a. Prompt payment for livestock required.

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CHAPTER 433 DISEASES OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS

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Sec. 22-279. Quarantine of animals. Penalties.

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Sec. 22-279a. Quarantine of animals being tested for disease or biological or chemical residue.

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Sec. 22-280. Control of communicable diseases. Fees.

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Sec. 22-280a. Transporting and possession of vaccines and serums for dogs and cats.

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Secs. 22-281 to 22-283. Glanders or farcy. Inspection of animals; quarantine. Disposal of infected animal.

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Sec. 22-284. Anthrax or charbon.

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Sec. 22-284a. Vaccination of equine animals against encephalomyelitis.

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Sec. 22-285. Emergency appropriations for suppression of diseases.

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Sec. 22-286. Cooperation with United States government.

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Sec. 22-287. Tuberculin tests; disposition of reactors; addition to herds; surveillance tests.

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Sec. 22-288. Compensation for condemned cattle.

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Sec. 22-289. Manufacture and sale of tuberculin.

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Sec. 22-290. Tuberculin test.

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Sec. 22-291. Tuberculosis-free accredited herd defined.

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Sec. 22-292. Additions to an officially tested herd.

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Sec. 22-293. Additions or sales to be reported.

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Sec. 22-294. Care of herds.

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Sec. 22-295. Owners to keep records.

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Sec. 22-296. Quarantine of infected herd. Permit for removal of animals.

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Sec. 22-297. Appraisal on post mortem examination.

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Sec. 22-298. Test for brucellosis. Branding. Quarantine.

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Sec. 22-299. Inclusion of calfhood vaccinated animals in herd test. Modified certified areas. Removal of animals under quarantine.

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Sec. 22-300. Compulsory testing.

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Sec. 22-301. Permit for sale of milk contingent on herd complying with statutes.

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Sec. 22-302. Informative tests to be at state expense.

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Sec. 22-303. Brucellosis vaccination.

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Sec. 22-304. Control of disease in imported cattle. Disposal of reactors.

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Sec. 22-305. No distinction between dairy and beef cattle.

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Sec. 22-306. Enforcement. Regulations. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-307. Indemnities.

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Sec. 22-308. Permit for importation of cattle and goats.

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Sec. 22-309. Refusal of permit.

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Sec. 22-310. Importation of dairy and breeding cattle and goats.

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Sec. 22-311. Report of arrival.

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Sec. 22-312. Requirements concerning dairy cattle and goats.

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Sec. 22-313. Cattle for slaughter.

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Sec. 22-314. Disinfection of carriers.

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Sec. 22-315. Illegal importations. Reward for information.

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Sec. 22-316. Disposal of diseased cattle and goats.

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Sec. 22-317. Cattle in transit.

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Sec. 22-318. Importation of feeder cattle.

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Sec. 22-318a. Dispersal sale of herd.

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Sec. 22-319. Registration of growers of swine. Control of disease.

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Sec. 22-319a. Hog cholera serum or vaccine prohibited. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-320. Control of vesicular exanthema in swine.

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Sec. 22-320a. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-320b. Garbage to be heated to boiling point.

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Sec. 22-320c. Registration.

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Sec. 22-320g. Feeding of household garbage to swine excepted.

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Sec. 22-320h. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-321. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-322. Inspection and certification.

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Sec. 22-323. Sale of certified poultry.

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Sec. 22-323a. Intensive poultry farming. Regulations. Inspection for noncompliance.

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Sec. 22-323b. Access to pens or buildings. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-323c. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-324. Prevention of avian disease. Orders. Regulations re avian disease and sanitary handling of eggs.

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Sec. 22-324a. Sanitary disposal facilities for dead poultry.

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Sec. 22-325. Importation regulated.

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Sec. 22-326. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-326a. Civil action by Attorney General.

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Sec. 22-326b. Cooperation with United States government.

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Sec. 22-326c. Compensation for destroyed property.

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Sec. 22-326d. Orders re environmental or health hazards at intensive poultry operations. Subsequent hearing.

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Sec. 22-326e. State lien against real estate as security for amounts paid to clean up intensive poultry operations.

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Sec. 22-326f. Permit for intensive poultry farming operation. Surety bond. Suspension or revocation.

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Sec. 22-326s. Licensing of poultry dealers. Regulations. License revocation and suspension. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22-326t. Inspection of poultry producers and poultry processing facilities. Standard.

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CHAPTER 435* DOGS AND OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS. KENNELS AND PET SHOPS

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Sec. 22-328. Enforcement. Animal control officers. Expenses.

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Sec. 22-329. Prevention of cruelty to dogs and other animals.

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Sec. 22-329a. Seizure and custody of neglected or cruelly treated animals. Animal abuse cost recovery account.

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Sec. 22-330. Authority of officers issuing summons.

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Sec. 22-331. Municipal animal control officers. Assistants.

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Sec. 22-331a. Regional animal control officers. Pounds.

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Sec. 22-332. Impoundment and disposition of roaming, injured or mistreated animals. Authority to spay or neuter unclaimed dog.

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Sec. 22-332a. Use of dogs for medical research restricted.

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Sec. 22-332b. License for use of dogs.

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Sec. 22-332c. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-332d. Impoundment and disposition of certain cats. Authority to spay or neuter unclaimed cat.

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Sec. 22-333. Redemption of impounded dog, cat or other animal.

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Sec. 22-334. Municipal animal control officer's fees.

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Sec. 22-335. Removal of municipal animal control officer. Complaint against municipal animal control officer.

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Sec. 22-336. Towns to provide pounds or other suitable facilities. Regulations. Enforcement.

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Sec. 22-337. Notice of licensing requirements.

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Sec. 22-338. Licensing of dogs. Fees. Rabies certificate. Exemptions.

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Sec. 22-339. Licensing of dogs which are six months of age or older by new owners. Fees.

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Sec. 22-339a. Town clerks may deputize agents for the issuance of licenses. Licensing of dogs acquired from dog pounds. Fees. Rabies certificate.

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Sec. 22-339b. Rabies vaccination required for dogs and cats. Exemption from rabies vaccination. Rabies vaccination exemption certificate. Veterinarian appeal. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-339c. Certificate of rabies vaccination.

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Sec. 22-339d. Municipal control of feral cats.

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Sec. 22-340. Town clerk to provide licenses and tags.

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Sec. 22-341. Tag or plate to be attached to dog collar or harness. Cost.

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Sec. 22-342. Kennel licenses. Certain breeders to be licensed. Inspection of kennel facilities. Penalties.

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Sec. 22-343. Temporary placing of dog.

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Sec. 22-344. Licensing of commercial kennel, pet shop, training facility or grooming facility. Fees. Inspection. Conformance to zoning regulations.

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Sec. 22-344a. Euthanasia of animals by pet shops.

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Sec. 22-344b. Pet shop required to have dogs and cats examined by veterinarian. Replacement or refund. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-344c. Licensure of breeding facilities by towns.

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Sec. 22-344d. Signs required in pet shops selling dogs. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-344e. License required for procurement of dog or cat for resale. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-345. License and tag for guide dogs for blind, deaf or mobility impaired persons.

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Sec. 22-346. Guide dogs on trains.

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Sec. 22-347. Use of license fees.

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Sec. 22-348. Allocation of license fees to The University of Connecticut. Balance to towns.

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Sec. 22-349. Unlicensed dogs. Regulations. Impoundment.

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Sec. 22-350. Dogs as personal property. Tax exemption. Theft.

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Sec. 22-350a. Tethering dog to stationary object or mobile device. Prohibited means. Retention of other protections afforded dogs. Confining or tethering dog for unreasonable period of time. Fines.

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Sec. 22-351. Theft, killing or injuring of companion animal. Penalty. Liability.

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Sec. 22-351a. Liability for intentionally killing or injuring companion animal.

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Sec. 22-352. Change of residence of owner.

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Sec. 22-353. Identifying insignia or tattoo marks.

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Sec. 22-354. Imported dogs and cats. Certificates of health. Importation from rabies quarantine area. Sale of young puppies and kittens. Sale of dogs by pet shop licensees. Certificate of origin required. Purchase of dog or cat from outside of state. Penalties.

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Sec. 22-355. Damage by dogs to domestic animals.

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Sec. 22-356. Damage by two or more dogs.

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Sec. 22-357. Damage to person or property.

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Sec. 22-358. Killing of dogs doing damage. Quarantine of biting dogs, cats or other animals. Notice. Seizure. Euthanasia and examination of potentially rabid animals. Complaints by persons sustaining damage by dog to poultry, ratite, domestic rabbit, companion animal or livestock. Orders. Appeals.

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Sec. 22-359. Control of rabies. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-359a. Clinic for vaccination against rabies.

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Sec. 22-359b. Rabies vaccine.

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Secs. 22-359c and 22-359d. Certificate of rabies vaccination. Licensing and vaccination of cats not required.

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Sec. 22-359e. Tags and certificates indicating rabies vaccination.

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Secs. 22-360 and 22-361. Pasteur treatment. Examination of dog for rabies.

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Sec. 22-362. Annoyance by dogs on highway.

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Sec. 22-363. Nuisance.

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Sec. 22-364. Dogs roaming at large. Intentional or reckless subsequent violation.

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Sec. 22-364a. Intentional or reckless release of domestic animal which causes damage.

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Sec. 22-364b. Control of dogs in proximity to guide dogs.

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Sec. 22-365. Obstruction of commissioner or any animal control officer. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-366. Cropping of dog's ears.

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Sec. 22-367. General penalty. Enforcement.

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Sec. 22-367a. Regulations.

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CHAPTER 436 POUNDS

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Secs. 22-368 to 22-380. Impounding of animals; notice. Unknown owners; notice. Replevy; disposal of animals. Description filed with town clerk; avails of sales. Tender of damages and costs. Escape from pound. Animals at large; impounding; notice. Unknown owner; notice of sale; proceeds of sale. Owner may redeem. Trespasser's act; proceedings; penalty. Assessment of damages. Rescue; breach; penalty. Rescue of roaming animals; penalty.

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Sec. 22-380e. Definitions.

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Sec. 22-380f. Payment for adoption of unspayed or unneutered dog or cat. Connecticut Humane Society exemption. Report. Termination of exemption.

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Sec. 22-380g. Animal population control account. Distribution of forms. Programs for vaccination and sterilization of cats and dogs. Funds. Suspension of programs.

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Sec. 22-380h. Participating veterinarians. Requirements.

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Sec. 22-380i. Payments to participating veterinarians for sterilizations and vaccinations performed.

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Sec. 22-380j. Procedure for abandonment of dogs or cats in program.

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Sec. 22-380k. Report re operation of program.

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Sec. 22-380l. Surcharge on licensure of unspayed or unneutered dogs.

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CHAPTER 437* LIVESTOCK DEALERS

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Sec. 22-383. License required. Responsibility of dealer or broker for acts of employees.

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Sec. 22-384. Application for license. Fee.

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Sec. 22-385. Issuance of license. Term. Renewal.

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Sec. 22-386. Suspension or revocation. Hearing. Appeal.

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Sec. 22-387. Keeping and inspection of records.

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Sec. 22-388. Periodic testing of livestock for infectious diseases. Quarantine.

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Sec. 22-389. Copy of license to be posted. Identification card.

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Sec. 22-390. Enforcement. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-391. Penalty.

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CHAPTER 438 MEAT AND POULTRY PRODUCTS INSPECTION ACT

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Secs. 22-392 to 22-409. Connecticut Meat and Poultry Products Inspection Act.

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CHAPTER 438a HORSES

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Sec. 22-410. Awards to breeders of winning race horses. Establishment of Connecticut Breeders' Fund.

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Sec. 22-411. Registration of Connecticut-bred horses and breeding records of stallions.

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Sec. 22-412. Promotion of equine industry.

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Sec. 22-413. Health certification of equines. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-414. Supervision of public equine auctions. Licenses. Fees. Penalty.

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Sec. 22-415. Inhumane transportation of equines. Penalty. Regulations.

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Sec. 22-415a. Equine infectious anemia: Definitions.

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Sec. 22-415b. Required testing for equine infectious anemia for equines exposed to the disease.

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Sec. 22-415c. Requirements for the importation of equines into Connecticut. Penalties.

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Sec. 22-415d. Written permission for transfer of ownership of an equine that tested positive.

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Sec. 22-415e. Isolation; retesting. Freeze-brand.

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Sec. 22-415f. Disposal. Proposal for isolation area.

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Sec. 22-415g. Isolation area requirements.

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Sec. 22-415h. Equine semen imported into Connecticut.

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CHAPTER 438b STATE AQUACULTURE COMMISSION

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