New York Agriculture & Markets Law
1. The term “refrigeration,” shall mean the storage or keeping of articles of food in a refrigerated warehouse at or below a temperature above zero of forty-five degrees Fahrenheit.
2. The term “refrigerated warehouse” shall mean any establishment or structure, or portion thereof, where space is rented or hired for the storage of food at or below the temperature of forty-five degrees Fahrenheit for more than thirty days.
3. The term “temporary storage place” shall mean any establishment or structure, or a separate and distinct portion thereof, artificially cooled to or below a temperature above zero of forty-five degrees Fahrenheit, in which food is stored for periods in no case exceeding thirty days.
4. The term “locker plant” shall mean any building, or portion thereof, under such chemical refrigeration, in which individual compartments or lockers, each of not more than one hundred cubic feet capacity, are rented for the purpose of freezer storage of articles of food.