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Oregon Revised Statutes Animals § 596.100

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(1) No person shall sell, offer or expose for sale, or deliver to a user, an animal remedy, veterinary biologic or pharmaceutical, in package or in bulk, which has not been registered with the State Department of Agriculture. Products regulated under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act   1 which are registered with the department under ORS chapter 634 are not required to be registered under this section. Except as otherwise provided by law, the manufacturer of each brand of animal remedy, veterinary biologic and pharmaceutical to be sold in the state, whether in package or in bulk, shall register those products with the department annually. Manufacturers who sell more than one animal remedy, veterinary biologic or pharmaceutical in the state may register all such products on one application.

(2) The application for registration of an animal remedy, veterinary biologic or pharmaceutical shall be made on forms provided by the department and shall be accompanied by an annual registration fee for each product in an amount not to exceed $150 as the department, by rule, shall determine. The application for registration shall be made by July 1 of each year and shall be accompanied by a list of the animal remedies, veterinary biologics and pharmaceuticals the applicant for registration expects to market during the ensuing year.

(3) The department shall deposit all fees received in the Department of Agriculture Service Fund, and such fees are continuously appropriated to the department for the purpose of administering and enforcing ORS chapters 596 and 599.

1  7 U.S.C.A. § 136 et seq.

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