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(A) "Cream." That portion of milk which contains not less than 16% milk fat.
(B) "Dealer." Any person who receives milk from producers at a plant where it is weighed, tested, pasteurized, bottled, canned or packaged and then sold or delivered to any consumer or store in the town.
(1) For the purpose of § 116.09. The lacteal secretions obtained by complete milking of cows or goats.
(D) "Milk products." Any product made by the addition of any substance to milk or cream and designated as a milk product by the milk regulation board of this state.
(E) "Pasteurization, pasteurized, etc." The process of heating every particle of milk to at least 143ºF. and holding at such temperature for at least 15 seconds, in approved and properly operated equipment; provided that nothing contained in this definition shall be construed as debarring any other process which has been demonstrated to be equally efficient and is approved by the dairy and food commission and milk regulation board of this state.
(F) "Producer." Any person who owns or controls one or more cows or goats, a part of all the milk from which is sold or offered for sale.
(G) "Store." A grocery, restaurant, drugstore or any mercantile establishment which sells milk.
('66 Code, §§ 40-7 and 40-11)