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STATE OF CAL IFORNI A DEPARTMENT OF FOO D AND AGRIC ULTURE MARK ETING BRANCH

CALIFORNIA CUT FLOWER COMMISSION LAW
CHAPTER 20, DI VISION 22 OF THE CALIFORNI A FOOD AND A GRICULTUR AL COD E

Marketing Branch 560 J ST STE 170A Sacramento, CA 95814-2342

Telephone: 916-341 -6005 Fax: 916-341-6826 www.cdfa.ca.gov/mkt/mkt

CALIFORNI A CUT FLOWER COMMISSION LAW
Table of Contents

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Declaration and General Provisions

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The California Cut Flower Commission

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Powers and Duties of the Commission.

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Article 8.

Continuation or Suspension and Termination

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California Cut Flower Commission Law Chapter 20, Division 22 of the Food and Agricultural Code

CALIFORNIA CUT FLOWER COMMISSION Article 1. Declaration and General Provisions 77901. The production and marketing of cut flowers and cut greens products constitute an importantindustry of this state which not only provides substantial and necessary revenues for the state and employment for its citizens, but also furnish cut flowers and cut greens products to the public. 77902. The maintenance of the cut flowers and cut greens industry of California is necessary to assure the consuming public of a continuous supply of this product and the maintenance of needed levels ofincome for those engaged in the industry. 77903. The production and marketing of cut flowers and cut greens produced in this state are hereby declared to be affected with a public interest. This chapter is enacted in the exercise of the police power of this state for the purpose of protecting the health, peace, safety, and general welfare of the people of this state. 77904. No action taken by thecommission, or by any individual in accordance with this chapter or with regulations adopted under this chapter, is a violation of the so-called Cartwright Act (Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 16700) of Part 2 of Division 7 of the Business and Professions Code), the Unfair Practices Act (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 17000) of that Part 2), or any statutory or common law against monopolies orcombinations in restraint of trade. 77905. This chapter shall be liberally construed. If any provision of this chapter or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is held to be invalid, the invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of the chapter which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this chapterare severable. 77906. It is hereby declared as a matter of legislative determination that members of the commission are intended to represent and further the interest of a particular agricultural industry concerned and that this representation and furtherance is intended to serve the public interest. Accordingly, the Legislature finds that, with respect to persons who are elected or appointed tothe commission, the particular agricultural industry concerned is tantamount to, and constitutes, the public generally within the meaning of Section 87103 of the Government Code. 77907. A commission form of administration created by this chapter is designed to deal with the broad field of production research, education, advertising, market research, promotion, and trade of flowers.

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