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2005 Session

Budget Bill - HB1500 (Introduced)

Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Item 105

Item 105

First Year - FY2005Second Year - FY2006
Regulation of Food (55400)$6,226,364$6,226,364
General Food Inspection (55401)FY2005 $2,458,939FY2006 $2,458,939
Regulation of Meat and Poultry Products Wholesomeness (55402)FY2005 $2,735,499FY2006 $2,735,499
Regulation of Milk and Dairy Products Wholesomeness (55403)FY2005 $1,031,926FY2006 $1,031,926
Fund Sources: 
GeneralFY2005 $4,190,806FY2006 $4,190,806
SpecialFY2005 $427,908FY2006 $427,908
Federal TrustFY2005 $1,607,650FY2006 $1,607,650

Authority: Title 3.1, Chapters 20, 21, 23, 27, 30, and 32, Code of Virginia.


A. Each establishment under the authority of the Regulation of Meat and Poultry Products Wholesomeness that is requesting overtime or holiday inspection shall pay that part of the actual cost of the inspection services.


B. The Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services is authorized to collect an annual inspection fee, not to exceed $40, to be collected from all establishments that are subject to inspection pursuant to Chapter 20 of Title 3.1 of the Code of Virginia. However, any such establishment that is subject to any permit fee, application fee, inspection fee, risk assessment fee, or similar fee imposed by any locality shall be subject to this annual inspection fee only to the extent that the annual inspection fee and the locally-imposed fee, when combined, do not exceed $40. This fee structure shall be subject to the approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Trade. Any food bank, second harvest certified food bank, food bank member charity, or other food related activity which is exempt from taxation under 26 U.S.C. § 501 (c) (3), which maintains a food handling or storage facility, or any food-related program operated by any Community Services Board, as defined in Title 37.1, Chapter 10, Code of Virginia, shall be exempt from this inspection fee.