No person shall engage in the business of operating a controlled atmosphere storage
warehouse unless he shall have first obtained a license from the commissioner so to
do, which license remains unsuspended and unrevoked. Application for such license shall be made on forms prescribed by the commissioner
and shall be accompanied by a fee required in this section. When a person operates two or more CA storage warehouses not on the same premises
in this State, a separate license shall be required for each such storage warehouse. Each license shall expire on the thirtieth day of June next following its issuance,
and the annual fee for each such license shall be twenty-five dollars. Before issuing any license required by the provisions of this section, the commissioner
shall inspect the applicant's CA storage warehouse and if the commissioner is satisfied
that the warehouse is properly equipped and is in conformity with the provisions of
this article and any rules and regulations promulgated by the commissioner, he shall
issue the license. Each applicant for a license shall specify the name of the person applying for the
license, the principal business address, name of the person domiciled in this State
authorized to receive and accept service and legal notices of all kinds, the storage
capacity of the controlled atmosphere storage warehouse by cubic capacity or volume,
kind of fruits or vegetables for which the applicant intends to provide controlled
atmosphere storage, and any other information prescribed by the commissioner as necessary
in carrying out the provisions of this article.
The commissioner may refuse to grant a license or may suspend or revoke a license
issued under the provisions of this section whenever he finds that the applicant's
or licensee's CA storage warehouse, as the case may be, is not properly equipped,
or is not in conformity with the provisions of this article or any rules and regulations
promulgated by the commissioner.
No such revocation or suspension of a license shall be effective until the licensee
has received notice thereof, which notice shall specify the grounds for such revocation
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