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Egg Producer Registration and Licence Fee Regulation, M.R. 15/2004

« Egg Producer Registration and Licence Fee Regulation », R.M. 15/2004

The Farm Products Marketing Act, C.C.S.M. c. F47

NOTE: This regulation was enacted in English only.

Loi sur la commercialisation des produits agricoles, c. F47 de la C.P.L.M.

NOTE : Ce règlement a été adopté en anglais seulement.

version anglaise

Regulation 15/2004
Registered January 30, 2004

This regulation is made under the Manitoba Egg and Pullet Producers' Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 242/87 R and is Regulation No. 2, 2004 of the Manitoba Egg Producers.

Egg producers to be registered

1   No person who raises or keeps laying hens shall engage in the marketing of eggs in Manitoba unless that person is currently registered as an egg producer with this Board.

Egg producers to be licensed

2   No person shall raise or keep laying hens unless that person is currently licensed as an egg producer with this Board.

Quotas required

3   No person shall be entitled to be registered or to be licensed as an egg producer unless such person has been allotted, or is entitled to be allotted, a laying hen quota by this Board.

Form of application

4   Every application for registration and every application for a licence as an egg producer shall be in writing, in the form prescribed by this Board for such purpose, shall be signed by the applicant, and shall be forwarded to the head office of this Board.

Licence fee payable

5   Each licensed egg producer shall pay to the Board, immediately following the end of each fiscal year of the Board during which that producer was a licensed producer ("that fiscal year"), a licence fee for that fiscal year, determined by

(a) multiplying a number equal to the maximum number of laying hens comprising the laying hen quota allotted to that producer during that fiscal year by the rate of lay multiplier established in the Laying Hen Quota Order for that fiscal year;

(b) multiplying the resultant number by 29.0¢; and

(c) subtracting from that amount an amount equal to the fees paid by that producer to the Board during that fiscal year pursuant to the Egg Administration Fee Regulation and to the Canadian Egg Marketing Agency pursuant to the Canadian Egg Marketing Agency Levies for Manitoba Regulation.

Reduction of licence fee

6   If the laying hen quota allotted to a licensed egg producer during a fiscal year of the Board is reduced during that fiscal year, the Board may reduce the licence fees payable by that producer for that fiscal year to reflect the impact of such reduction.

Producer's obligation to remit licence fees

7   Each licensed egg producer shall pay to the Board at its office, Suite 18, 5 Scurfield Boulevard, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3Y 1G3, all licence fees and additional licence fees imposed on that producer under this Regulation not later than seven (7) days from the date on which such producer receives a demand from the Board to pay such licence fees and additional licence fees.

Exemption from licensing

8   The following persons are exempt from section 2 of this Regulation:

(a) the University of Manitoba, provided that all eggs produced by such laying hens are consumed on the Campus of the University of Manitoba;

(b) the Rockwood Institution, provided that all eggs produced by such laying hens are consumed by the employees and inmates of the Rockwood Institution or Stony Mountain Penitentiary on the site of such Institution or Penitentiary;

(c) any person who raises or keeps laying hens, if all of the eggs produced by such laying hens are either:

(i) placed in an incubator for hatching by that person, or

(ii) marketed by that person to a hatchery operator for placement in an incubator for hatching by such hatchery operator, and not for resale by such hatchery operator;

(d) any designated small non-registered producer under Manitoba Regulation 44/97 who raises or keeps a number of laying hens equal to or less than his verified number of laying hens established pursuant to such regulation; and

(e) any designated multi-family non-registered producer under Manitoba Regulation 44/97 who raises or keeps less than 500 laying hens.

Further exemption

9   A person who, in any year, raises or keeps 300 or fewer laying hens at all times during the year is exempt from sections 1 and 2 of this regulation.

M.R. 74/2016

Effect of s. 27 of M.R. 70/2005

9.1   This regulation is subject to section 27 (non-application in certain circumstances) of the Manitoba Egg and Pullet Producers Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 70/2005.

M.R. 74/2016

Application of definitions from M.R. 70/2005

9.2   Terms defined in the Manitoba Egg and Pullet Producers Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 70/2005, and used in this regulation have the same meaning in this regulation as in that regulation.

M.R. 74/2016

Manitoba Regulation 181/93 repealed

10   Manitoba Regulation 181/93 is repealed.

January 7, 2004THE MANITOBA EGG PRODUCERS:

Kurt Siemens, Chair

Penny Kelly, Secretary

APPROVED

January 29, 2004THE MANITOBA FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING COUNCIL:

Rhéal Cenerini, Chair

Gordon MacKenzie, Secretary