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Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 1. Government § 161-21

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For the purpose of preventing the use in intrastate commerce of poultry or poultry products which are adulterated, the board shall cause to be made, by veterinarians and poultry inspectors appointed for that purpose, an examination and inspection of all poultry, before they are allowed to enter into any poultry slaughtering, packing, poultry-canning, or similar establishment in this State in which slaughtering and processing of poultry or poultry products are conducted solely for intrastate commerce; and all poultry found on such inspection to show symptoms of disease shall be set apart from all other poultry and slaughtered or otherwise disposed of as provided in the rules and regulations, and when so slaughtered, the carcasses of the poultry shall be subject to a careful examination and inspection, all as provided by the rules and regulations to be prescribed by the board.

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