House Committee on Livestock Auctions - 59th R.S. (1965)
Whereas, Numerous livestock auction companies are engaged in buying and selling livestock, which results in the controlling of prices; and
Whereas, There is a need for standardization and more frequent inspections of scales used in the weighing of livestock sold at public auctions; and
Whereas, There is evidence that an investigation is needed to insure that health standards are complied with, and that the livestock auction companies comply with state and federal statutes; therefore, be it
Resolved, by the House of Representatives, That the Speaker of the House be authorized to appoint an interim committee of five members to investigate and study the operations of livestock auction companies with respect to such matters.
Appointed by Speaker 5/31/1965, pursuant to HSR 602.
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