§ 196.010 Definitions
§ 196.015 Certain acts prohibited
§ 196.020 Injunction will lie to restrain violations of section 196.015
§ 196.025 Punishment for violations, exceptions
§ 196.030 Agent of department of health and senior services shall tag, detain and ..
§ 196.035 Duty of prosecuting attorney
§ 196.040 Department of health and senior services not required to report minor ..
§ 196.045 Authority for enforcement vested in department of health and senior ..
§ 196.050 Not to prescribe more stringent regulations than prescribed by federal act
§ 196.055 Access to places in which food, drugs, devices or cosmetics are manufactured
§ 196.056 Charitable fund-raising events, nonprofit organization may prepare food in ..
§ 196.060 Carriers in interstate commerce shall permit access to records of shipments
§ 196.065 Publication of reports of judgments, decrees and court orders
§ 196.070 Food, when deemed adulterated — industrial hemp content, effect of.
§ 196.075 Food, when deemed misbranded
§ 196.080 Permits governing manufacture, processing or packing of certain foods — …
§ 196.085 Use of poisonous or deleterious substances
§ 196.090 Sections 196.010 to 196.120 not applicable to animal food or garbage
§ 196.095 When drug or device adulterated
§ 196.100 When drug or device misbranded
§ 196.105 Provisions governing selling or delivering new drug
§ 196.110 When a cosmetic deemed adulterated
§ 196.115 When a cosmetic deemed misbranded
§ 196.120 Advertisement, when deemed false
§ 196.150 Sale of horse and mule meat prohibited except when labeled as such meat
§ 196.155 Penalty
§ 196.160 Lawful to sell goat meat, when
§ 196.165 Falsely representing food to be kosher prohibited, penalty — kosher defined.
§ 196.170 Mixed flour to be branded
§ 196.175 Penalty
§ 196.190 To what places law applies
§ 196.195 Contents of places and utensils used must be protected
§ 196.210 Toilet rooms provided
§ 196.220 Not used for sleeping purposes
§ 196.225 Employees with communicable disease prohibited, where
§ 196.230 Abatement of violations by director
§ 196.235 Penalty
§ 196.240 Authorization by director to close health menace
§ 196.245 Order to specify what — revocation — reopening.
§ 196.250 Construction of the word close
§ 196.265 Penalty for violation
§ 196.271 Food manufacturers or distributors may register
§ 196.291 Food sold at religious events or charitable functions exempt from food ..
§ 196.298 Definitions — operation not deemed food service establishment, when — no …
§ 196.311 Definitions
§ 196.313 License to sell eggs required — exceptions.
§ 196.316 License requirements — applications — kinds of licenses — fees — posting.
§ 196.318 Licensees to keep records
§ 196.321 Standards and grades to be fixed
§ 196.323 Kinds of eggs which may be sold
§ 196.326 Egg containers to be marked or labeled
§ 196.328 Containers not required to be marked, when
§ 196.331 Sign required on sale from bulk lots
§ 196.333 Markings in case of eggs from different species of fowl
§ 196.336 Advertisements of price to give size and quality
§ 196.338 Dealer to furnish retailer with invoice showing size and quality
§ 196.341 Processing plants kept clean — standards — inspection — rulemaking, procedure.
§ 196.343 Inspection of business premises and records
§ 196.346 Stop-sale orders, effect — appeals.
§ 196.348 Court may order seizure of eggs, when — condemnation.
§ 196.351 License suspended or revoked, when, procedure — appeal.
§ 196.352 Civil penalty authorized, when
§ 196.354 Duties of director of agriculture — rules and regulations.
§ 196.357 Violations may be enjoined
§ 196.361 Violation a misdemeanor
§ 196.450 Definitions
§ 196.455 Annual license required
§ 196.465 Semiannual inspection of plants
§ 196.470 Form and expiration of license
§ 196.475 Gas masks, alarm bell, and illumination required
§ 196.480 Requirements before issuance of license
§ 196.485 Temperature requirements and record
§ 196.490 Food to be quick frozen before placed in locker
§ 196.495 Record of name and address of user
§ 196.500 Accurate and complete report of weight of food
§ 196.505 Designation of food not for human consumption
§ 196.510 Operator to have lien on property for rentals — furnish content insurance.
§ 196.515 Revocation of license — enforcement.
§ 196.520 Short title
§ 196.525 Definitions
§ 196.527 Purposes
§ 196.530 Standards to be maintained
§ 196.540 Administration by state milk board — rules, promulgation — exempt products.
§ 196.542 Fees for licenses
§ 196.545 Unlawful sale of dairy products
§ 196.550 Grading of products — right to protest accuracy, procedure.
§ 196.555 The state milk board’s right of access
§ 196.560 Records of purchases and sales
§ 196.565 The state milk board may take samples
§ 196.570 Condemnation of illegal dairy products
§ 196.575 Unidentified products subject to seizure
§ 196.580 Confiscated products released to owner, when
§ 196.585 Inspection, interference prohibited
§ 196.590 Suspension or revocation of licenses
§ 196.595 Substandard products, sale or production prohibited
§ 196.610 Penalty for violation
§ 196.612 Contract with the United States Department of Agriculture to inspect plants ..
§ 196.614 State contracted manufacturing dairy plant inspection and grading fee fund ..
§ 196.695 Filled milk defined
§ 196.700 Emulsified cream defined
§ 196.705 Fat or oil other than milk fat prohibited
§ 196.710 Emulsified cream and filled milk prohibited
§ 196.715 Penalty for violation
§ 196.735 Labeling of cheese
§ 196.740 Labeling for shipments of skimmed milk
§ 196.815 Receptacles defined
§ 196.820 Receptacles kept clean
§ 196.825 Return of shipping containers
§ 196.830 Receptacle cleaned and returned to distributor
§ 196.835 Penalty
§ 196.840 Examination and tuberculin test of cattle, when
§ 196.845 Violation a misdemeanor
§ 196.851 Applicability — purpose of law.
§ 196.856 Definitions of products subject to law
§ 196.866 Manufacturer’s license required, exceptions — application, fees, …
§ 196.868 Nonresident manufacturer to obtain broker’s license, fee
§ 196.872 Rules and regulations for minimum sanitation to be established, procedure
§ 196.881 Samples for analysis to be furnished the department of health and senior ..
§ 196.886 Sale regulations — labeling.
§ 196.895 Violation of law a misdemeanor
§ 196.931 Definitions
§ 196.933 Certain products exempted
§ 196.935 State milk inspection required on all graded fluid milk or milk products — …
§ 196.937 Penalty — violation by employee is violation by employer.
§ 196.939 Rules and regulations — inspection by political subdivisions prohibited, …
§ 196.941 State milk board, membership, qualifications, appointment
§ 196.943 Appointments, when made — authority to act, when — failure of senate to …
§ 196.945 Inspection fee, payable when — hearing and notice before fee established.
§ 196.947 State milk inspection fee fund created — funds, how expended, not to revert …
§ 196.949 State inspection of milk or milk products not required, when
§ 196.951 State milk board official rating agency — survey made, when, how.
§ 196.953 Injunctive relief authorized
§ 196.955 Valid grade A milk permit holder may continue to sell grade A milk
§ 196.957 Only one inspection required
§ 196.959 Appeal from order or regulation of board, how taken
§ 196.970 Citation of law
§ 196.973 Definitions
§ 196.976 Prescription drug repository program established, criteria
§ 196.979 Donation of prescription drugs to the program, procedure — distribution to …
§ 196.981 Immunity from civil or criminal liability, when
§ 196.984 Administrative rules, authority to promulgate
§ 196.990 Epinephrine auto-injectors, authorized entities may stock supply — …
§ 196.1000 v2 Definitions
§ 196.1003 Requirements
§ 196.1020 Definitions
§ 196.1023 Certification, compliance with tobacco master settlement agreement required ..
§ 196.1026 Nonresident or foreign nonparticipating manufacturers, requirements
§ 196.1029 Quarterly reports required, contents — disclosure to attorney general, when …
§ 196.1032 Remedies for violations — distribution of cigarettes prohibited, when — …
§ 196.1035 Judicial review of director’s decision not to list — compliance agreement …
§ 196.1100 v2 Trust fund established, purpose — reversion to general revenue prohibited.
§ 196.1103 Board established — appointment, terms, qualifications, expenses, …
§ 196.1106 Centers to be established — definition — areas in which centers to be …
§ 196.1109 Moneys appropriated from trust fund, purposes
§ 196.1109 v2 Moneys appropriated from trust fund, purposes
§ 196.1112 Projects for centers to be determined by board, subject to peer review — …
§ 196.1115 Board’s powers, duties and limitation on expenditures
§ 196.1115 v2 Board’s powers, duties and limitation on expenditures
§ 196.1118 Annual audit by state auditor or private accounting firm — audit available …
§ 196.1121 Reimbursement of costs allowed if four-part test met — institutions or …
§ 196.1124 Board members not to be employed by public or private entity receiving ..
§ 196.1127 Appropriation to board subject to certain requirements
§ 196.1130 Rules to become effective, when

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