North Carolina General Statutes 106-641. Giving false information to Commissioner; hives; certificates, permits, etc
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It is unlawful to knowingly give false information to the Commissioner concerning diseased bees or bees exposed to disease, their treatment, or disposition.
The Commissioner may require that bees be kept in moveable frame hives and be maintained in an inspectable condition or in other hives where an inspection for disease or disorder can be readily made.
The Board may adopt regulations for issuance of health certificates, moving permits, and the registration of honeybees and may require marking or identification of honeybee colonies or apiaries. (1977, c. 238, s. 8.)
Terms Used In North Carolina General Statutes 106-641
- Board: means the North Carolina Board of Agriculture. See North Carolina General Statutes 106-635
- Commissioner: means the North Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture or his designated agents. See North Carolina General Statutes 106-635
- disease: means any infectious disease, parasite, or pest that detrimentally affects bees. See North Carolina General Statutes 106-635
- disorder: means any disease, poisoning, pest, parasite, or predator damage, toxic substance injury, or undesirable trait or genetic strain of the bee that detrimentally affects bees or the bee and honey industry. See North Carolina General Statutes 106-635
- exposed: means having been in circumstances where the possibility of infection or damage by a disease or disorder occurred. See North Carolina General Statutes 106-635
- honeybees: means honey-producing insects of the genus Apis. See North Carolina General Statutes 106-635