as amended, Eggman.
begin deleteDiseased animals and poultry. end delete
Existing law provides for the regulation of animals and pests for the prevention and control of disease.
begin delete Existing law makes it unlawful for any person that does not have a written permit issued by the Secretary of Food and Agriculture to remove livestock from slaughterhouse pens, yards, corrals, or similar holding places where livestock is held for immediate slaughter, except as specified.end delete
This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to these provisions.end delete
begin deleteno end delete.
State-mandated local program: no.
The people of the State of California do enact as follows:
Except as otherwise provided in this article, if an animal
4in a brucellosis control area is slaughtered pursuant to this article,
5or under regulations of the director which are made pursuant to
6this article, the owner shall receive all of the following:
7(a) The proceeds of the sale of the salvage of the animal.
8(b) From the state, one-half of the difference between the
9appraised value and the sum of the proceeds of the sale of the
10salvage and indemnity provided by the United States, but in no
11instance to exceed three hundred dollars ($300) for any animal.
12(c) From the United States, any sum which is authorized to be
13paid to him from any appropriation made by the United States to
14assist in the eradication of brucellosis.
The indemnity which is paid to the owner of any
9nonreacting animal which is slaughtered pursuant to this article
10shall be the difference between the appraised value of the animal
11as determined by appraisement by a representative of the
12department, or a representative of the United States Department
13of Agriculture, and by the owner or his agent, and the proceeds of
14the sale of the salvage. The indemnity shall not, however, exceed
15four hundred dollars ($400) for any grade animal, or five hundred
16dollars ($500) for any purebred animal less any sum which is
17authorized to be paid to the owner for indemnity purposes from
18any appropriation made by the United States to assist in the
19eradication of brucellosis in cattle in this state. In case of failure
20to agree on the valuation, the animal shall be appraised by the chief
21appraiser of the department or his representative. In either event,
22the value determined shall be final.
Section 9164 of the Food and Agricultural Code
4 is amended to read:
In order to prevent the spread of any livestock disease,
6it is unlawful for any person who does not have a written permit
7issued by the secretary to remove, or cause to be removed, any
8livestock from slaughterhouse pens, yards, corrals, or similar
9holding places where livestock is held for the purpose of immediate
10slaughter, except directly into the slaughterhouse that controls the
11pens, yards, corrals, or similar holding places.