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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 2. Agriculture
Agency 5. Department Of Agriculture And Consumer Services
Chapter 130. Rules and Regulations Governing Laboratory Fees for Services Rendered or Performed

2VAC5-130-10. Prescribing and collecting fees; establishment of laboratory services; fee schedule review.

A. The Board of Agriculture and Consumer Services authorizes the State Veterinarian to prescribe and collect reasonable fees for laboratory services rendered or performed relative to companion animals and birds, and exotic animals and birds. The State Veterinarian is further authorized to establish the laboratory services that are to be rendered or performed for a fee.

B. The State Veterinarian shall maintain a current schedule of fees being charged for laboratory services rendered or performed. The State Veterinarian shall submit any significant changes in the laboratory services or in the fee schedules to the board. Any person wishing to comment on the changes may do so by writing to the secretary of the board.

Statutory Authority

§ 3.2-5903 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR115-02-11 § 1, eff. December 11, 1985.

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