80-4-722. Records of inspection. (1) The official grain inspectors, samplers, and weighers have exclusive control at places provided for state inspection of the weighing and grading of grain to be inspected. Suitable books and records must be kept in which must be entered an accurate record of every carload or truckload of grain inspected or weighed by them. The records must show for each car or truck:
(a) the number or other designation of the car or truck;
(b) the net weight of the grain;
(c) the kind of grain and its grade and, if graded below standard No. 1 grade, the reason for such grade.
(2) For each carload or truckload of grain, the official grain inspector shall give a certificate of inspection, showing the kind and grade of the grain, the reason for all grades below No. 1, and the amount to be allowed for dockage, if any. For each carload or truckload weighed, the weigher shall give a weight certificate showing the true weight thereof and containing a statement on the condition of the car or truck and evidences of leakage or damage, if any.
(3) The inspection and weight certificates must be made available to the warehouse loading or unloading the grain, the shipper or his agent, and the railroad company or other carrier by which the grain was shipped or carried.
(4) Official grain inspectors and weighers shall also keep an accurate record of all appeals and decisions and a complete record of every official act, which books and records must be open to inspection by any party of interest.
History: En. Sec. 66, Ch. 539, L. 1983.