1. The department shall charge the following fees for deposit in the general fund:

 a. For the issuance or renewal of a warehouse license, the fee shall be determined on the basis of the storage capacity in bushels of grain as follows:

 (1) If the total storage capacity is one hundred thousand bushels or less, the fee is fifty-eight dollars.
 (2) If the total storage capacity is more than one hundred thousand bushels, but not more than seven hundred fifty thousand bushels, the fee is one hundred twenty-five dollars.
 (3) If the total storage capacity is more than seven hundred fifty thousand bushels, but not more than one million five hundred thousand bushels, the fee is one hundred ninety-one dollars.
 (4) If the total storage capacity is more than one million five hundred thousand bushels, but not more than three million bushels, the fee is two hundred forty-nine dollars.
 (5) If the total storage capacity is more than three million bushels, but not more than four million seven hundred fifty thousand bushels, the fee is three hundred seven dollars.
 (6) If the total storage capacity is more than four million seven hundred fifty thousand bushels, but not more than nine million five hundred thousand bushels, the fee is three hundred seventy-four dollars.
 (7) If the total storage capacity is more than nine million five hundred thousand bushels, the fee is four hundred forty dollars.
 b. For the issuance or renewal of a warehouse license for the storage of products other than bulk grain, the fee shall be determined as follows:

 (1) For intended storage of products of a value of one hundred thousand dollars or less, a fee of sixty dollars.
 (2) For intended storage of products of a value greater than one hundred thousand dollars but not greater than three hundred thousand dollars, a fee of one hundred dollars.
 (3) For intended storage of products of a value in excess of three hundred thousand dollars, a fee of two hundred dollars.
 c. For each inspection of a warehouse or station for the purpose of licensing, a fee of twenty-five dollars, and for each additional warehouse or station under the same license, a fee of ten dollars.
 d. For each amendment of a license, a fee of ten dollars.
 e. For each amendment of a tariff, a fee of ten dollars.
 f. For a duplicate license, a fee of five dollars.
 g. For the reinstatement of a license, a fee of fifty dollars.

Terms Used In Iowa Code 203C.33

  • Amendment: A proposal to alter the text of a pending bill or other measure by striking out some of it, by inserting new language, or both. Before an amendment becomes part of the measure, thelegislature must agree to it.
  • Bulk grain: shall mean grain which is not contained in sacks. See Iowa Code 203C.1
  • Department: means the department of agriculture and land stewardship. See Iowa Code 203C.1
  • following: when used by way of reference to a chapter or other part of a statute mean the next preceding or next following chapter or other part. See Iowa Code 4.1
  • Grain: means the same as defined in section 203. See Iowa Code 203C.1
  • License: means a license issued under this chapter. See Iowa Code 203C.1
  • Station: means a warehouse located more than three miles from the central office of the warehouse. See Iowa Code 203C.1
  • Storage: means any grain or other agricultural products that have been received and have come under care, custody or control of a warehouse operator either for the depositor for which a contract of purchase has not been negotiated or for the warehouse operator operating the facility. See Iowa Code 203C.1
  • Warehouse: shall mean any building, structure, or other protected enclosure in this state used or usable for the storage of agricultural products. See Iowa Code 203C.1
  • year: means twelve consecutive months. See Iowa Code 4.1
 2. Fees for new licenses issued for less than a year shall be prorated from the date of application.