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P Cammack, Chair
P Qualm, Vice-Chair
OTHERS PRESENT: See Original Minutes
The meeting was called to order by Gary Cammack, Chair.
SB 172: authorize the South Dakota Building Authority to provide for the construction of and improvements to the State Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory and infrastructure at South Dakota State University, to transfer certain funds, to make an appropriation, and to declare an emergency.
Presented by: Nathan Sanderson, Governor's Office
MOTION: AMEND SB 172
" Section 7. That chapter 13-13 be amended by adding a NEW SECTION to read:
diagnostic laboratory bond redemption and operations fund. Pursuant to this section, the savings amount dedicated to the state animal disease research and diagnostic laboratory bond redemption and operations fund in fiscal year 2018 shall be one million six hundred fifteen thousand dollars. In fiscal year 2019 and each year thereafter, the savings amount dedicated from the general fund to the state animal disease research and diagnostic laboratory bond redemption and operations fund shall be three million three hundred fifty thousand dollars.
Section 8. Section 7 of this Act is repealed on the first day of the fiscal year following a determination by the Animal Industry Board that bonds issued for the State Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory are satisfied and paid in full.
Section 9. That § 39-14-43 be amended to read:
39-14-43. An inspection fee established in rules promulgated by the secretary of agriculture pursuant to chapter 1-26, but not to exceed twenty-four cents per ton, shall be paid on commercial feeds distributed in this state by the person who distributes the commercial feed to the consumer subject to the following:
Fees Any fee collected pursuant to §§ 39-14-40.1, 39-14-43, and 39-14-44 that is not dedicated to the state animal disease research and diagnostic laboratory bond redemption and operations fund shall be remitted at the end of each month to the state treasurer for deposit in the feed and remedy fund which is hereby established in the state treasury. This The feed and remedy fund shall consist of moneys from public and private sources including legislative appropriations, federal grants, gifts, and the fees received pursuant to this chapter. The feed and remedy fund shall be maintained separately and be administered by the department in order to defray the expenses of all activities associated with administering the feed and remedy program. Expenditures from the feed and remedy fund shall be appropriated through the normal budget process. Unexpended funds and interest shall remain in the feed and remedy fund until appropriated by the Legislature.
Section 12. That § 39-18-3 be amended to read:
39-18-3. Before being distributed in South Dakota, each animal remedy
, except any animal remedy that is manufactured and distributed under license from and under the supervision of the United States Department of Agriculture, shall be registered by the manufacturer or the person responsible for distributing such the animal remedy.
Section 13. That § 39-18-8 be amended to read:
39-18-8. Upon approval by the secretary of agriculture, a copy of the registration of an animal remedy shall be forwarded to the applicant. All registrations are on
a biennial an annual basis, expiring the thirty-first day of December of the year after the date of registration. A biennial An annual registration fee of twenty-five seventy-five dollars for each product shall be paid to the secretary upon application for registration.
Section 14. That § 39-18-9 be amended to read:
funds collected by the secretary of agriculture under this chapter of the registration fee paid pursuant to § 39-18-8 on any animal remedy manufactured and distributed under license from and under the supervision of the United States Department of Agriculture shall be deposited into the state animal disease research and diagnostic laboratory bond redemption and operations fund and used to retire bonds issued for the State Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory.