No person shall engage in the commercial breaking of eggs for the purpose of recovering
therefrom, for human food, the whites, yolks or whole egg meats, or any part thereof,
for resale as such, without first obtaining from the State Department of Agriculture
a permit to do so. Such permit shall be issued to any person making written application for it and a
proper showing of ability and intent to comply with the sanitary requirement specified
by ORS 632.705 to 632.815, and payment to the department of an annual permit fee of $75. Such permit shall expire on June 30 next following its date of issuance or on such
date as may be specified by department rule. Such permits may be renewed from year to year upon written application and payment
of the annual permit fee.
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