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2018 Idaho Statutes
Title 25 - ANIMALS
Chapter 17 - LIVESTOCK MARKETS
Section 25-1728 - MARKET CHARTER FEE — PUBLIC LIVESTOCK MARKET FUND — APPROPRIATION — PAYMENT OF CLAIMS.
Universal Citation: ID Code § 25-1728 (2018)
25-1728. MARKET CHARTER FEE — PUBLIC LIVESTOCK MARKET FUND — APPROPRIATION — PAYMENT OF CLAIMS. (1) Every livestock market operator shall pay annually, on or before May 1, a market charter fee established by rules of the director but not in excess of two hundred dollars ($200) to the director for each public livestock market operated by him, which payment shall constitute a renewal of his license for one (1) year.
(2) The director shall promptly remit said fees to the state treasurer of the state of Idaho and the sums so paid under the provisions of this act shall be held by the state treasurer as a separate fund to be known as the "Public Livestock Market Fund," which said fund is hereby created by this act. The state controller is hereby authorized, upon presentation of the proper vouchers or claims against said fund, approved by the director and the state board of examiners, as provided by law, to draw his warrant upon said fund.
(3) All moneys in or hereafter to come into said fund are hereby appropriated to said director for the purpose of carrying out the objects of this act and to pay all costs and expenses heretofore or hereafter incurred therein or connected therewith. For the purpose of carrying out the objects of this act, and in the exercise of the powers therein granted, and duties hereby imposed, the director shall have power to make orders concerning the disbursement of said fund.
[25-1728, added 1961, ch. 201, sec. 10, p. 310; am. 1965, ch. 65, sec. 3, p. 100; am. 1974, ch. 18, sec. 153, p. 364; am. 1994, ch. 180, sec. 40, p. 453.]
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