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  1. Liberia - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Act to amend the Agricultural Law to provide for the prevention of water pollution and to protect the marine life within the rivers and streams of the Republic. - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1973-04-11 | LBR-1973-L-85448

    Section 1.4 of the Agricultural Law, relative to authority and responsibility of the Minister of Agriculture, is amended by adding thereto a new subsection (k) which reads as follows: (k) Upon approval of the President, promulgate rules and regulations pertaining to the protection of the marine life within rivers and streams and the prevention of water pollution within the Republic. (2 sections)

  2. Liberia - Agriculture workers - Law, Act

    Agricultural Law (Title 3 of the Revised Liberian Code of Laws). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1973-02-15 | LBR-1973-L-85447

    The Law is divided into 4 Chapters: Plant and animal quarantine (1); Animal husbandry (2); Protection and development of agricultural products (3); Miscellaneous (4).
    Chapter 1 is divided into the following articles: Short title (1); Purpose (2); Definitions (3); Authority and responsibility of the Minister of Agriculture (4); Penalty for violation of chapter provisions (5).
    Under Chapter 2, a National Livestock Bureau is established. Its function shall be "to provide necessary administration and coordination to the development of the animal husbandry resources in the Republic". Other articles of chapter 2 make provision for a national artificial insemination programme to be established by the Ministry of Agriculture. Chapter 3 has a single article: Destruction of palm trees on public lands forbidden (art. 3.1). Chapter 4 (2 articles): Boundary posts to be erected on farmlands (art. 4.1); Annual National Agricultural Fair and Commercial Fair (art. 4.2).

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