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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-3 > Chapter-51 > 5103

§ 5103. Licensing. (a) General rule.--Every person engaged in the manufacture of commercial feed or customer-formula feed to be distributed in this Commonwealth and each guarantor of the feed shall, on January 1 of each year or prior to manufacture or distribution of the feed, obtain a license for each manufacturing facility located in this Commonwealth and for each guarantor by completing a form furnished by the department and paying a $25 application fee. Upon approval by the department, a copy of the license shall be furnished to the applicant and, in the case of manufacturers, displayed in the facility. The department may require an applicant for a license or a current licensee to submit any labeling the applicant is using or intends to use for commercial feed. (b) Denial of license.--The department may refuse the license of any person not in compliance with the provisions of this chapter or cancel the license of any person found not in compliance with any provision of this chapter. A license may not be refused or canceled until the applicant or licensee has been given an opportunity to be heard before the department. Cross References. Section 5103 is referred to in section 4114 of this title.