65-6a25. Sanitary conditions of establishments; sanitation rules and regulations; adulterated meat, poultry or products. The secretary shall cause to be made, by veterinarians or by other competent inspectors, such inspection of all slaughtering, canning, salting, packing or similar establishments in which livestock, domestic rabbits or poultry are slaughtered and in which the meat and meat food products and poultry and poultry products thereof are prepared for intrastate commerce as may be necessary to become informed concerning the sanitary conditions of the establishment and to prescribe the rules and regulations of sanitation under which such establishments shall be maintained. Where the sanitary conditions of any such establishments are such that the meat or meat food products or poultry or poultry products are rendered adulterated, the secretary shall refuse to allow the meat or meat products or poultry or poultry products to be labeled, marked, stamped or tagged as "Kansas inspected and passed."
History: L. 1969, ch. 296, § 8; L. 1985, ch. 211, § 5; July 1.
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