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HB 3339 (2003). An Act realting to livestock (nonambulatory animals).

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Citation: HB 3339 (2003)



Date Introduced: 2003

Date of Last Action: 2003 signed by Gov. and filed with Sec. of State

Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 09/2011



Summary:   Under this bill, a person commits the crime of trading in nonambulatory livestock if the person knowingly delivers or accepts delivery of a nonambulatory livestock animal at a livestock auction market. This subsection does not apply to the delivery to, or acceptance by, a licensed veterinarian at a livestock auction market for the purpose of humanely euthanizing or providing appropriate medical care to the animal.


Bill in Full:

72nd OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY--2003 Regular Session


                            Enrolled

                         House Bill 3339

Sponsored by COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY


                     CHAPTER ................


                             AN ACT


Relating to livestock.

Be It Enacted by the People of the State of Oregon:

  SECTION 1.  { + Section 2 of this 2003 Act is added to and made a part of ORS 167.310 to 167.350. + }

  SECTION 2.  { + (1) As used in this section:

  (a) 'Nonambulatory' means unable to stand or walk unassisted.

  (b) 'Livestock auction market' has the meaning given that term in ORS 599.205.

  (2) A person commits the crime of trading in nonambulatory livestock if the person knowingly delivers or accepts delivery of a nonambulatory livestock animal at a livestock auction market.

This subsection does not apply to the delivery to, or acceptance by, a licensed veterinarian at a livestock auction market for the purpose of humanely euthanizing or providing appropriate medical care to the animal.

  (3) The crime of trading in nonambulatory livestock is a Class A misdemeanor. + }
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Passed by House April 22, 2003

      ...........................................................
                                             Chief Clerk of House

      ...........................................................
                                                 Speaker of House

Passed by Senate May 13, 2003


      ...........................................................
                                              President of Senate
 

Enrolled House Bill 3339 (HB 3339-A)                       Page 1

Received by Governor:

......M.,............., 2003

Approved:

......M.,............., 2003


      ...........................................................
                                                         Governor

Filed in Office of Secretary of State:

......M.,............., 2003
 



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