AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE
MINT INDUSTRY ACT
22-3813. License application — Fee — Bond — Revocation — Forfeiture. No person shall act as dealer in the essential oils without having obtained a license as provided in this act. Every person acting as a dealer shall file a written application with the commission for a license as such which application shall state the applicant’s name, principal business addresses within and without the state of Idaho, the name of the person authorized to receive and accept service of summons and legal notices of all kinds for the applicant within the state of Idaho and such other information as the commission may require. Each application shall be accompanied with a license fee of two hundred dollars ($200) and by good and sufficient surety bond in the penal sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000) executed by the applicant and as principal and by a surety company authorized to do business in the state of Idaho as surety and conditioned upon the applicant’s full and complete compliance with the provisions of this act and all of the rules and orders of the commission. The commission shall investigate each applicant thoroughly and if the commission is satisfied that the applicant is of good character and reputation and is financially responsible, a license shall be issued for the period ending on the next succeeding first Monday of January, otherwise the application shall be denied. The commission may revoke a license after thirty (30) days’ written notice of its intention so to do, and after providing the licensee with an opportunity for an appropriate contested case in accordance with the provisions of chapter 52, title 67, Idaho Code, if the licensee shall willfully fail to fully and completely comply with the provisions of this act and all of the rules and orders of the commission. Upon the revocation of such licenses the full amount of the bond shall be forfeited and damages in that sum shall be conclusively presumed to have been incurred by the commission. All license fees and all bond forfeitures shall be deposited as provided in section 22-3811, Idaho Code. Any person aggrieved by the final action of the commission is entitled to judicial review thereof in accordance with the provisions of chapter 52, title 67, Idaho Code.
[22-3813, added 1969, ch. 49, sec. 13, p. 126; am. 1993, ch. 216, sec. 5, p. 591; am. 1996, ch. 91, sec. 4, p. 275.]
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