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Nevada Revised Statutes Title 18. State Executive Department § 233.110. Administrator:  Duties

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The Administrator shall:

1. Be jointly responsible to the Governor and the Commission.

2. Direct and supervise all of the technical and administrative activities of the Commission.

3. Perform any lawful act which the Administrator considers necessary or desirable to carry out the purposes and provisions of this chapter.

Inspection shall not be provided under R.S. 3:4201 through 3:4217 at any establishment for the slaughter of cattle, sheep, poultry, swine, goats, horses, mules or other equines, or the preparation of any carcasses or parts or products of such animals, which are not intended for use as human food, but such articles shall, prior to their offer for sale or transportation in intrastate commerce, unless naturally inedible by humans, be denatured or otherwise identified as prescribed by regulations of the commissioner to deter their use for human food.  No person, firm, or corporation shall buy, sell, transport, or offer for sale or transportation, or receive for transportation, in intrastate commerce, any carcasses, parts thereof, meat, meat food products or poultry products of any such animals which are not intended for use as human food unless they are denatured or otherwise identified as required by the regulations of the commissioner or are naturally inedible by humans.

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