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Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 1. Government § 147-74

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Subject to chapter 91, the department of agriculture may make rules with respect to:

(1) Sale and transportation for sale of eggs for human consumption;

(2) Specific grades or standards of quality, condition and size or weight classes which shall conform when practical to those established by the United States Department of Agriculture as local conditions will permit;

(3) Inspection and classification;

(4) Assessment and collection of fees for requested certification as to grade, standard of quality, condition, and size or weight classes;

(5) Labeling of containers of imported and locally produced eggs and marking of individual imported eggs as to origin;

(6) Seller's invoice for sale of eggs;

(7) Records of imported shell eggs of foreign origin;

(8) Methods of determining egg quality, which shall not include recandling or any other method applied to eggs in interstate commerce which is discriminatory or impairs that commerce in any way or requires a cost increase of eggs in interstate commerce;

(9) Enforcement of this part and of the rules adopted under this part.

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