New York Consolidated Laws, Public Health Law - PBH § 1354. Contracts for meat inspection

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When a board of health of a county or part county health district or a city, or a public health committee of a county has made application to the commissioner for approval of a meat inspection program and providing such application has been approved by the commissioner, the board of supervisors of any such county or the common council of any such city, may approve and enter into a contract with another county or city for inspection in such county or city which has no meat inspection program.  The county or city receiving such meat inspection shall pay to the county or city doing the meat inspection an amount agreed upon but not less than the actual cost of any such meat inspection.  Any county or city may accept contributions from any individual, company or corporation which receives the benefit of any meat inspection.

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