Certificate of grade required before sale or transportation of onions
- • exceptions
(1) No person shall sell or transport onions without first obtaining a certificate of grade pursuant to ORS 632.940 (Inspection and classification of horticultural and agricultural products by department) to 632.965 (Certificate of grade, classification, quality or condition as prima facie evidence), unless the onions are:
(a) Sold or transported in quantities of less than one ton.
(b) Graded and inspected onions which have been reconditioned or re-sorted.
(2) For the purposes of subsection (1) of this section, if the container of onions is labeled in accordance with ORS 632.226 (Labeling), a certificate of grade of the United States Department of Agriculture or a shipping point inspection service recognized by the United States Department of Agriculture may be accepted in lieu of a certificate issued under ORS 632.965 (Certificate of grade, classification, quality or condition as prima facie evidence). [1955 c.363 §2]
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