38-10 WHEAT DEVELOPMENT AND PROMOTION
WHEAT DEVELOPMENT AND PROMOTION
Policy of state.
Definition of terms.
Wheat commission--Members--Terms of office.
Independent functions retained by commission.
Qualifications of appointive members of commission.
Commission to advise director.
Areas represented by appointive members of commission.
Terms of office of appointive members of commission--Vacancies.
Removal of wheat commission member.
Ex officio members of wheat commission--No vote.
Officers of wheat commission--Meetings.
Appointment and tenure of executive director--Compensation.
Bonds required of director and treasurer.
Administrative office of commission.
Formulation of general policies and programs for wheat promotion.
Wheat research and market development.
Research restricted to cooperation with other agencies.
Education and publicity program.
Cooperation with public and private organizations--Contracts.
Rules and regulations adopted by commission.
Commission records kept.
Promotional fee on wheat sold through commercial channels--Collection from first
Sales to federal government exempt from fee.
Fee applicable to wheat stored or sold outside state--Collection from grower.
Proof of purchase delivered by wheat purchaser to grower--Contents.
Alteration of proof of purchase documents as misdemeanor.
Quarterly reports by wheat purchasers--Payment of fee.
Fee deducted when loan made by federal agency--Federal forms accepted in lieu of
Supplemental and alternate forms used by commodity credit corporation.
Use by Commodity Credit Corporation of identification numbers--Access of state
officials to records.
Fee paid at time of federal loan as complete satisfaction.
Minor errors in fee collection overlooked.
Assessment of fee by director on failure to file report--Penalty--Time of payment.
Application for refund of fee erroneously collected--Time for refund--Waiver by
failure to file claim.
Deposit and appropriation of fees.
Violation of chapter as misdemeanor.
Citation of chapter.
Commission financial reports--Annual audit.
Liability for omissions.
Commission may contract with Public Utilities Commission to inspect assessment
and checkoff records.