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Entry, inspection and investigation
Agriculture & Markets (AGM) CHAPTER 69, ARTICLE 4
§ 50-h. Entry, inspection and investigation. Any person designated for
the purpose shall have access to and may enter at all reasonable hours
all places where melloream is being manufactured, packaged or stored for
sale or distribution in the state of New York, where melloream is
otherwise being handled or sold in the state of New York, or where the
books, papers, records or documents relating to such transactions are
kept, and shall have power to inspect and copy the same, and may
administer oaths and take testimony for the purpose of ascertaining
facts which in the judgment of the commissioner are necessary to
administer this article. The commissioner may inspect a plant beyond the
boundary of the state, and when he does, the applicant or licensee
shall, prior to such inspection, agree to pay, in addition to the
license fee provided pursuant to subdivision two of section fifty-g of
this article, fees for the inspection of the plant by the commissioner
or his representatives. Such fees shall be twenty-five dollars for each
day consisting of seven hours or part thereof during which an employee
of the commissioner spends traveling to and from and inspecting the
plant. In addition the applicant or licensee shall agree to pay all
necessary expenses including but not limited to expenses for traveling,
lodging and meals. The commissioner may, if satisfied with the adequacy
of inspection by some other regulatory agency, and if satisfied that
there is substantial compliance with the regulations of the
commissioner, forego actual inspection of such out-of-state plant or