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Substitute House Bill No. 5277



Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:

Section 22-230 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) An application for a license to do business as a dealer shall be made to the commissioner. Any person who desires to enter business as a dealer shall file application not less than fifteen days prior to the date for which he is applying to engage in such business. Application for renewal of a license shall be made [during the month of May and] no later than [June] JULY first of each year.

(b) In order to be complete, each application shall be accompanied by the license fee provided for by sections 22-235a and 22-236. An applicant who fails to apply for renewal of a license on or before [June] JULY first of each license year shall be assessed a late filing fee of fifteen dollars. Such late filing fee shall be in addition to any fees normally due for renewal of a license.

(c) The applicant shall state such information in regard to his business or proposed business as is required by the commissioner, upon such form as he prescribes. Such information may include: (1) The nature of the business to be conducted; (2) the full name and address of the person applying; if the applicant is a co-partnership, the full name of each member shall be stated; if the applicant is an association or corporation, the names and addresses of all officers and directors shall be stated; (3) the location at which the business is to be conducted and the locations or areas in which such business is to be operated; (4) the financial condition of the applicant; (5) a showing that he has complied and will comply with this part and all orders, rulings, regulations or directions issued hereunder; (6) the quantities, sources and type of outlets of milk handled during the calendar year preceding the period for which the license is desired; (7) such other facts with respect to the applicant's business as may be required by the commissioner pursuant to this part. The commissioner shall grant or renew a license to an applicant qualifying under and complying with all provisions of this part and orders, rulings, regulations and directions issued hereunder.

Approved April 29, 1996. Effective October 1, 1996.