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The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Section 89: License to break and can eggs

Section 89. Application for the carrying on of an establishment for the breaking and canning of eggs shall be made by the proprietor thereof to, and may be granted by, the aldermen or selectmen, or, in a town having a population of more than five thousand, the board of health. The application shall be written, signed and sworn to by one or more of the owners or persons carrying on the business, or if a corporation by some authorized officer thereof, and shall state the name and address of all such owners or persons, the location of the establishment and the nature of the products thereof which are to be sold or used for food. The board of health of a town may make and enforce such rules and regulations as it deems necessary for the conduct of such establishments, and any license therefor may be revoked for any violation of such rules and regulations, after notice to the licensee and a hearing before said board. This section shall also apply to licenses for establishments mentioned in section one hundred and forty-four.