Services by department for commodity commissions, Oregon Beef Council and Oregon Wheat Commission
(1) Notwithstanding the provisions of ORS chapters 577 and 578, upon request of a commodity commission established under ORS 576.051 (Definitions for ORS 576.051 to 576.455) to 576.455 (Moneys of abolished commission), the Oregon Beef Council created by ORS 577.210 (Oregon Beef Council) or the Oregon Wheat Commission created under ORS 578.030 (Oregon Wheat Commission), the State Department of Agriculture may, if facilities and services are available:
(a) Provide centralized accounting, data processing, data recording, clerical, secretarial, business management, office and all other similar or related facilities and services. The department may not provide executive secretary services.
(b) Provide and furnish office space, telephone and other similar or related facilities and services.
(c) Provide for the collection and receiving of assessment or other moneys due a commodity commission, the beef council or the wheat commission. Any person authorized or required to pay an assessment or other moneys to a commodity commission, the beef council or the wheat commission shall, after notice, pay the moneys to the department in behalf of and in the name of the commodity commission, beef council or wheat commission. Moneys received by the department under this subsection shall be paid to the appropriate commodity commission, the beef council or the wheat commission.
(2) A person authorized or required to file a report or perform other actions with regard to a commodity commission, the Oregon Beef Council or the Oregon Wheat Commission shall, after notice, file the report or perform the action with regard to the department in behalf of and in the name of the commodity commission, the beef council or the wheat commission.
(3) Commodity commissions, the Oregon Beef Council and the Oregon Wheat Commission shall pay for facilities or services received under subsection (1) of this section. [1957 c.480 §§2,3,4; 1959 c.596 §69; 1959 c.685 §30; 2003 c.604 §103]
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