1. There is hereby created within the department of health a pesticide control board. Such board shall have seven voting members, who shall be the commissioners of agriculture
and markets, commerce, conservation, education and health, the industrial commissioner
and the commissioner of transportation. In addition, as advisory members, there shall be the dean of the New York state
college of agriculture at Cornell university, the dean of the New York state college
of forestry at Syracuse university, the dean of the New York state veterinary college,
the director of the New York state agricultural experiment station at Geneva, and,
to be appointed by the governor, six members at least one of whom shall be the dean
of a state university college of medicine, one an ecologist, one a representative
of the pesticide manufacturing industry, one a representative of custom applicators
of pesticides and one a representative of organized conservationists.
2. Advisory members appointed by the governor shall serve for terms of three years,
such terms to commence on July first and to expire on June thirtieth; provided, however,
that of the advisory members first appointed, two shall be appointed for a one year
term expiring on June thirtieth, nineteen hundred sixty-five, and two shall be appointed
for a two year term expiring on June thirtieth, nineteen hundred sixty-six. Each such advisory member shall hold office until his successor shall have been
appointed and qualified.
3. Each voting member and each ex-officio advisory member of such board may, by official
order filed in the office of the board, designate a deputy or other representative
in his department to perform his duties under this article, except as provided in
subdivision one of section sixteen hundred six of this article.
4. The members of the board or their respective designees shall receive no additional
compensation for their services as members of the board, but shall be allowed their
actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties under this
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