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Canadian Beef Cattle Research, Market Development and Promotion Agency Levies Regulation for Manitoba, M.R. 51/2017
« Canadian Beef Cattle Research, Market Development and Promotion Agency Levies Regulation for Manitoba », R.M. 51/2017
The Farm Products Marketing Act, C.C.S.M. c. F47
NOTE: This regulation was enacted in English only.
Registered May 17, 2017
This Regulation is made under the Canadian Beef Cattle Research, Market Development and Promotion Agency Delegation Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 49/2003, and is Regulation No. 1, 2017 of the Canadian Beef Cattle Research, Market Development and Promotion Agency.
1 The following definitions apply to this regulation.
"Agency" means the Canadian Beef Cattle Research, Market Development and Promotion Agency.
"beef cattle" includes bulls, cows, heifers, steers, calves and beef breeding stock, but does not include dairy breeding stock or cattle otherwise marked for a dairy herd.
"collector" means The Manitoba Cattle Producers Association.
"licensed livestock dealer" means a livestock dealer who is licensed as a livestock dealer under The Livestock and Livestock Products Act.
"livestock dealer" means any person who buys beef cattle or who acts as an agent for the sale of beef cattle, and includes drovers, auctioneers and auction markets.
"vendor" means a person who produces and markets beef cattle.
Amount of levy
2 A levy of $2.50 is imposed on each vendor of beef cattle for each head of beef cattle sold by the vendor locally within the Province of Manitoba.
When levy due
3 The levy is due and payable by the vendor to the Agency at the time and place of the sale of the beef cattle by the vendor.
Payment of levy to collector
4 All levies must be paid to the Agency through the collector.
Appointment of agent
5 The Agency, having obtained the concurrence of the collector, appoints the collector as its agent for the purpose of collecting the levies imposed under section 2.
6 Every livestock dealer who receives beef cattle being sold by a vendor locally within the Province of Manitoba must
(a) deduct the levy from the monies payable to the vendor for the beef cattle; and
(b) remit to the collector within 10 days following the last day of each month the total amount of levies collected by the livestock dealer and not previously remitted to the collector, together with a report indicating
(i) the number of head of beef cattle the livestock dealer received from all vendors of beef cattle during that month, and
(ii) the amount of the levies deducted from all vendors of beef cattle during that month.
Exemption for licensed livestock dealer who re-sells within 30 days
7 No levy is imposed under this regulation for beef cattle sold by a vendor who is a licensed livestock dealer
(a) if the beef cattle was in the possession of the vendor for 30 days or less prior to the sale; and
(b) if the vendor provides his or her licence number to the purchaser of the beef cattle at the time of the sale.
When no levy to be deducted
8 No levy is to be deducted or remitted by a livestock dealer under section 6 in the circumstances described in section 7.
9 The Canadian Beef Cattle Research, Market Development and Promotion Agency Levies Regulation for Manitoba, Manitoba Regulation 122/2006, is repealed.
Coming into force
10 This regulation comes into force on August 1, 2017, or on the day it is registered under The Statutes and Regulations Act, whichever is later.
April 12, 2017Canadian Beef Cattle Research, Market Development and Promotion Agency:
Linda Allison, Chair
Heinz Reimer, Vice-chair
April 28, 2017The Manitoba Cattle Producers Association:
Ben E. Fox, President
Ramona Blyth, Vice-president