Section 2-9-1

Source of fund.

Wherever provision is made in this title or any other provision of this Code or other statute which the Commissioner, Department or Board of Agriculture and Industries is authorized or directed to administer or enforce for the collection of any fee or license or the imposition of any fine or penalty for the violation of any provision of this title or any other provision of this Code or other statute which the Commissioner, Department or Board of Agriculture and Industries is authorized or directed to administer or enforce without providing for the disposition of the proceeds derived therefrom, such proceeds shall accrue to the Agricultural Fund. The Agricultural Fund shall include all funds available from every source for the administration, enforcement or making effective the purposes of the provisions of the laws included in this title or any other provision of this Code or other statute which the Commissioner, Department or Board of Agriculture and Industries is authorized or directed to administer or enforce. All such funds shall be paid into the State Treasury and be kept intact, liquid and in trust, subject only to the requisitions of the Department of Agriculture and Industries, and shall not be subject to any allotment or proration of appropriations for the benefit of any other department, institution or other state agency or for any other purposes or for use in any manner other than as provided in Section 2-9-4.

(Ag. Code 1927, §484; Acts 1935, No. 13, p. 12; Code 1940, T. 2, §31.)