Department of Agriculture Service Fund
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(1) The State Treasurer shall establish a Department of Agriculture Service Fund, which shall be a trust fund separate and distinct from the General Fund. The State Department of Agriculture shall deposit all license and service fees paid to it under the provisions of the statutes identified in subsection (3) of this section in the Department of Agriculture Service Fund. The State Treasurer is the custodian of this trust fund, which shall be deposited by the treasurer in such depositories as are authorized to receive deposits of the General Fund, and which may be invested by the treasurer in the same manner as authorized by ORS 293.701 (Definitions for ORS 293.701 to 293.857) to 293.857 (Separate accounts for each local government).
(2) Interest received on deposits credited to the Department of Agriculture Service Fund shall accrue to and become a part of the Department of Agriculture Service Fund.
(3) The license and service fees subject to this section are those described in ORS 561.400 (Natural Resources Division), 561.740 (Regulation of biopharmaceutical crops), 570.710 (Fee for timber products health program), 571.057 (License application), 571.063 (Temporary nursery sale license), 571.145 (Inspection of licensed and unlicensed nurseries), 571.305 (Licenses and permits), 586.270 (Warehouse licenses), 596.030 (Administration of national plans relating to poultry), 596.100 (Registration of products used for treatment of animals), 596.311 (Examination, testing or treatment of livestock at owners request before shipment), 599.235 (License fee), 599.269 (Brand inspection required prior to public auction of cattle), 599.406 (License application), 599.610 (License requirements), 601.040 (Application for license and payment of fee), 602.090 (Registration of bee colonies), 603.025 (Licenses required), 603.075 (Brand inspection service fee), 616.706 (Licenses), 618.115 (Voluntary inspection of weighing or measuring instruments), 618.136 (Establishing license fees), 619.031 (Animal food slaughtering and processing establishments), 621.072 (Issuance of license to use grade designation), 621.166 (Application for dairy products plant license), 621.266 (Pasteurizer operator license), 621.297 (Certification of milk and dairy product testing laboratories), 621.335 (Licenses to make and sell frozen desserts at wholesale), 621.730 (Department to provide testing), 622.080 (Certificate fees), 625.180 (License fees), 628.240 (License fees), 632.211 (Establishment of grades and standards), 632.600 (Inspection districts), 632.720 (Fee), 632.730 (Commercial egg breakers permit), 632.741 (Additional fee), 632.940 (Inspection and classification of horticultural and agricultural products by department), 632.945 (Procedure for department inspection and classification), 633.015 (Registration of commercial feed required), 633.029 (License required for animal feed manufacturers and distributors), 633.318 (Licensing of manufacturers and bulk distributors), 633.362 (Registration of fertilizer, agricultural amendment, agricultural mineral and lime products), 633.462 (Tonnage reports), 633.465 (Inspection fees), 633.680 (Establishment of standards of germination), 633.700 (Retailer and wholesaler licenses), 633.720 (Sampling and testing on request of owner of seed), 634.016 (Registration of pesticides and application devices), 634.116 (Pesticide operator license), 634.122 (Applicator license), 634.126 (Trainee certificate), 634.132 (Consultant license), 634.136 (Dealer license), 634.212 (Formation of protected areas) and 635.030 (License application). [1979 c.499 §4; 1981 c.248 §21; 1982 s.s.1 c.4 §15; 1985 c.787 §7; 1987 c.905 §36; 1991 c.624 §2; 1993 c.720 §7; 1995 c.450 §6; 1997 c.410 §2; 2001 c.21 §6; 2001 c.914 §27; 2003 c.81 §13; 2007 c.71 §177; 2007 c.577 §3; 2009 c.897 §5; 2013 c.84 §2; 2013 c.85 §3; 2013 c.118 §2; 2013 c.120 §2; 2015 c.514 §11]
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