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Code of Federal Regulations Title 7. Agriculture § 7.46.18 Record of produce received

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Market receivers shall keep in the order of receipt a record of all produce received and this record shall be in the form of a book (preferably a bound book) with numbered pages or comparable business record. This record shall clearly show for each lot the date of arrival and unloading;  whether received by freight, express, truck, or otherwise;  the car initials and number;  the truck license number and the driver's name or the name of the trucking firm;  the number of packages or the quantity received;  the kind of produce;  the name and address of the consignor or seller;  whether the produce was purchased;  consigned or received on joint account;  and the disposition of the produce, whether jobbed or sold in carlots or trucklots, and the lot number assigned to the shipment by the receiver (as required by § 46.20).

1  Includes matters within the responsibility of the Federal Grain Inspection Service.

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