[1993 Code § 245-1]
No person shall sell or offer for sale or distribution milk, milk products or fluid milk products as specified in N.J.S.A. 24:10-57.1 et seq. without a license issued by the Board of Health.
[1993 Code § 245-2]
Application for a milk distributor's license shall be filed with the Secretary of the Board of Health upon forms supplied by the Board, and a license shall be issued to the applicant upon compliance by him with all of the relevant laws of the State of New Jersey, ordinances, rules and regulations of the Board of Health and payment of the license fee.
[1993 Code § 245-3]
The license fee for distribution of milk, as above set forth, shall be the sum of $5 for each wagon, vehicle, milk plant, milk depot or premises used for such purpose.
[1993 Code § 245-4]
Whenever the Board has reason to believe that any licensee is operating in violation of state law or regulations or ordinances of the Board of Health and shall additionally find that suspension of the license is necessary for the protection of the public health, then the license may be suspended forthwith pending a hearing to ascertain the facts. Such hearing shall be held with dispatch upon the request of the licensee. Upon proof satisfactory to the Board that a violation has occurred, the license may be suspended or revoked. The Board may terminate a revocation or suspension upon proof satisfactory to it that the violation has been corrected.