49-43-26. Certificates of weight and grade to be forwarded to warehouse and available for inspection--Violation as grounds for license revocation. Any person transacting the business of a public grain warehouseman, from whose public grain warehouse grain is shipped to any terminal point at which such grain is weighed, inspected, and graded by the officer of the state wherein such terminal point is situated, and certificates of such weighing, inspection, and grading are issued by such officer, shall immediately secure from such officer, either through the consignee of such grain or otherwise, such certificates or true and correct copies thereof. Such certificates or copies shall, within ten days after issuance be transmitted and delivered to the person having immediate charge of the public grain warehouse from which such grain was shipped, and shall be open to the inspection and examination of any person who has an ownership interest in such shipment. The commission may revoke the license of any public warehouseman found, upon hearing before it, to have violated such provisions.
Source: SDC 1939, §§ 60.0320, 60.9908; SL 1983, ch 15, § 166; SL 1983, ch 331, § 15; SL 1985, ch 376, § 46.