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54-7,105. Purpose of sections.The purpose of sections 54-7,105 to 54-7,108 is to authorize the Bureau of Animal Industry to require exotic animal auction or swap meet organizers to notify the bureau of any scheduled exotic animal auction or swap meet and to maintain records for animal disease tracking purposes. Exotic animals sold at exotic animal auctions or swap meets are often foreign to the United States or to the State of Nebraska. These exotic animals may carry dangerous, infectious, contagious, or otherwise transmissible diseases, including foreign animal diseases, which could pose a threat to Nebraska's livestock health and the livestock industry. SourceLaws 2006, LB 856, § 6. Cross ReferencesDefinitions, see section 54-701.03.Department of Agriculture, State Veterinarian, powers, see sections 54-703 to 54-705.Violations, penalties, see section 54-752.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-7_105

54-7,105. Purpose of sections.The purpose of sections 54-7,105 to 54-7,108 is to authorize the Bureau of Animal Industry to require exotic animal auction or swap meet organizers to notify the bureau of any scheduled exotic animal auction or swap meet and to maintain records for animal disease tracking purposes. Exotic animals sold at exotic animal auctions or swap meets are often foreign to the United States or to the State of Nebraska. These exotic animals may carry dangerous, infectious, contagious, or otherwise transmissible diseases, including foreign animal diseases, which could pose a threat to Nebraska's livestock health and the livestock industry. SourceLaws 2006, LB 856, § 6. Cross ReferencesDefinitions, see section 54-701.03.Department of Agriculture, State Veterinarian, powers, see sections 54-703 to 54-705.Violations, penalties, see section 54-752.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-7_105

54-7,105. Purpose of sections.The purpose of sections 54-7,105 to 54-7,108 is to authorize the Bureau of Animal Industry to require exotic animal auction or swap meet organizers to notify the bureau of any scheduled exotic animal auction or swap meet and to maintain records for animal disease tracking purposes. Exotic animals sold at exotic animal auctions or swap meets are often foreign to the United States or to the State of Nebraska. These exotic animals may carry dangerous, infectious, contagious, or otherwise transmissible diseases, including foreign animal diseases, which could pose a threat to Nebraska's livestock health and the livestock industry. SourceLaws 2006, LB 856, § 6. Cross ReferencesDefinitions, see section 54-701.03.Department of Agriculture, State Veterinarian, powers, see sections 54-703 to 54-705.Violations, penalties, see section 54-752.

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