Law No. 60 Of 29 October 1974 On The Veterinary Health

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 60 din 29 octombrie 1974 sanitară veterinara

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Law No. 60 of 29 October 1974 (republished) LAW on VETERINARY HEALTH * ISSUING NATIONAL ASSEMBLY) Published in the MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 626 of 2 September 2003 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — * Note) Republished pursuant to art. III of the Government Ordinance. 62/2001 in order to complete the Health Law No. 60/1974, introduced by law No. 758/2001 on approval of the Government Ordinance. 62/2001 in order to complete the Health Law No. 60/1974, posing a new texts.

Veterinary health law No. 60/1974 was republished in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 266 of 30 December 1991 and was amended and supplemented by:-Government Ordinance No. 104/1998 modification of Health Law No. 60/1974, and published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 321 of 28 august 1998, as amended by law No. 254/1998, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 516 of 30 December 1998;
-Emergency Ordinance of Government No. 42/1999 in order to complete the Health Law No. 60/1974, and published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 151 of 13 April 1999, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 62/2000, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 185 of 28 April 2000;
-Emergency Ordinance of Government No. 90/2000 for the modification and completion of the Health Law No. 60/1974, and published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 310 of 5 July 2000, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 374/2002, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 483 of 5 July 2002;
-Emergency Ordinance of Government No. 61/2001 amending the Health Law No. 60/1974, and published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 231 of 7 May 2001, as amended by law No. 538/2001, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 661 of 22 October 2001;
-Order No. 62/2001 in order to complete the Health Law No. 60/1974, and published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 531 of 31 august 2001, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 758/2001, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 3 of 7 January 2002.


Chapter I General provisions Article 1 the defense of animal health and prevent transmission of diseases from animals to humans is a matter of State and constitute a permanent task for all drives, as well as a duty for all inhabitants of the country.


Article 2 the leaders of the State, public establishments and other units holding of animals, as well as the processing, storing, transporting and harness products of animal origin, as well as individuals who hold or who exploit animal products, responsibility for enforcement and compliance measures to strictly ensure animal health and wholesomeness of animal origin.


Article 3 veterinary health Activity in Romania takes place after a unitary concept and should contribute to enhancing livestock by improving birth index, fertility, increase in production potential and ensuring the sanitation of food of animal origin.


Article 4 the State shall support the work of the health of animals and prevention of the diseases that can be transmitted from animals to humans, through the organisation of specialised technical assistance, ensuring the technical-material basis necessary to establish health rules binding on all units and all citizens of the country.


Chapter II functions and responsibilities of veterinarians in article 5 (1) veterinary surgeons who are responsible for the application of measures to protect animal health in all units holding and in households, and ensuring the sanitation of animal products in establishments producing, processing, storage, transport and use, within the territory in which they operate.
  

(2) in order to comply with these duties, veterinarians have the following duties and responsibilities: a) to organize making on time and in good condition to the veterinary operations for detection and prevention of infectious and parasitic diseases in animals;
  

b) to organize the detection of animals breeding disorders and to ensure the necessary treatments to increase birth index;
  

c) in the case of epizootic semnalarii disease or suspected presence of these diseases, to detail the diagnosis, to establish and to monitor the implementation of the measures to combat and to inform on the disease and the measures taken, within 12 hours of the finding, the veterinary authorities hierarchically superior and other units concerned;
  

(d) assist the health) to current veterinary animal whose health responsible;
  

e) ensure control of food products of animal origin at all stages of processing, storage, transport and recovery in order to prevent the ingress of contaminated food products with transmissible from human germs.
  


Article 6 vets and doctors are responsible together for determining human and applying the most effective measures for the prevention and control of common diseases of man and animals, as well as for the prevention of toxiinfectiilor in humans through the consumption of foods of animal origin. To this end they are obliged to inform each other, by way of force, about any situation that requires joint measures and to undertake each of the sector in which they work, all necessary actions according to obligations.


Article 7 (1) veterinary surgeons established National Sanitary Veterinary Agency with duties of the state veterinarian having access in licensed establishments and those that produce, store, transport or capitalize on products of animal origin.
  

(2) access the state veterinarians in the Ministry of national defence units or MOAI will be made under the conditions fixed by them, together with the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency.
  

(3) the state veterinarians can order the destruction of products of animal origin, retention of those unwholesome suspected of contamination or adulteration, to perform the necessary evidence and can halt, pending the completion of health conditions, production of certain small-scale slaughterhouses or processing units, storage, transport and use of the products of animal origin.
  


Article 8 Measures established by state veterinarians, in the exercise of their duties, shall be binding on all the units and individuals in the territory in which they operate.


Chapter III obligations of owners of animals and of the establishments which produce, store, transport and harness the animal products Article 9 for the purposes of carrying out the activity under the conditions laid down by the veterinary rules, State, public establishments and other establishments licensed by the animals, and those that process, store, carry and harness products of animal origin have, where appropriate, the following obligations : apply the rules of) health and veterinary zooigiena regarding housing, feeding, grooming, reproductia and rational exploitation of the animal and the measures laid down by the veterinary authorities;
  

b) to execute the veterinary measures to prevent the introduction into the livestock units of communicable diseases, as well as to remedy and prevention of the spread of these diseases from contaminated units for this purpose, ensuring all the necessary organizational and material conditions;
  

c) to submit to medical examination of staff, barring persons carrying infectious germs times what can be transmitted to animals or could contaminate foodstuffs of animal origin to work in these establishments;
  

d) to maintain, in compliance with strict health rules, processing, storage and use of products of animal origin, for the transport of animals and products of animal origin, summer camps, adapatorile and pastures they use;
  

e) to notify, without delay, the health district and local Council the occurrence times of a communicable disease suspicion, and until the arrival of the veterinarian, to isolate sick animals, or cut out of necessity, being prohibited the use or sale of meat and other animal products without the approval of the state veterinarian shall be exempt from the obligation of notification of cases of illness inflicted for the purpose of production of bio-products or for scientific research.
  


Article 10 individuals holding of animals in order to prevent the occurrence and dissemination of epizootic diseases, have the following obligations: a) to announce within 24 hours of the local veterinary health authorities when they acquire animals from other localities, belonging to the species cabalina, bovina, ovina caprina, or swine and not introduce into flocks or herds for at least 15 days these animals;
  

b) to allow staff the health state checking the health status of animals in the household and to support him in the veterinary operations;
  

c) to present the animals for veterinary operations at the place, date and hour fixed by the health authorities;
  


d) to announce without delay, District Health Council appearance times in cases of illness, death or cutting their necessity, and until the arrival of health personnel, to isolate sick animals, corpses, flesh, organs and other products resulting from cutting, being prohibited the use or sale of meat and other animal products without the approval of the state veterinarian.
  


Article 11 any person who through work which it carries to come into contact with animals is required to inform without delay the health authority or local Council the appearance of cases of diseases in animals.


Article 12 National Defense Ministry Units and MOAI are obliged to notify without delay to the state veterinarian local cases of communicable diseases from animals they possess, to inform him about the evolution of these diseases and to apply its own staff on health measures to combat and prevent the dissemination of the disease. Units that do not have their own personal health, such measures shall be applied by the state veterinarian.


Chapter IV prevention and control of communicable diseases in animals Article 13 (1) For combating and preventing the extension of epizootic diseases, when it is noticed to communicable diseases or animals when they are suspicious of such diseases, it establishes compulsory quarantine measures, differentiated in relation to the severity of the illness, the degree of diffusivity and the peculiarities of the paths of transmission, the conditions laid down by the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency.
  

(2) If you have observed large diffusivity diseases and presents a danger, with the approval of the National Health Agency may prohibit the entry or exit of the quarantine area and people. The compensation that may be awarded to persons in such situations are regulated by the Government.
  


Article 14 (1) establishment and lifting of quarantine measures shall be determined in relation to enlargement and the danger of the disease, broadcast by the local or county councils, the municipality of Bucharest, where appropriate, on the basis of the findings made by the state veterinarian.
  

(2) The establishment of military units and the lifting of quarantine measures shall be determined by commanders, units, on the basis of their own veterinarians. Units that do not have their own veterinarian, finding will be made by the state veterinarian.
  


Article 15 (1) measures to quarantine established by local or county councils, the municipality of Bucharest, on administrative-territorial RADIUS in which operate, are mandatory for all physical and legal persons.
  

(2) to support the actions of fight against communicable diseases, by decision of the local Council or County, the municipality of Bucharest is constituted by antiepizootice headquarters, made up of rulers of the territory concerned and other persons to whom they are responsible tasks in the implementation of the measures submitted by the Ministry of agriculture, forests, waters and Environment, in respect of combating diseases. These commands are responsible for the implementation of all the measures for prevention and liquidation of epizootic diseases.
  

(3) if the epidemic poses a special danger for the national economy, with government approval is constituted by the central command of antiepizootic leaders of ministries and other central organs concerned, which lays down the measures to be taken in all socio-economic sectors and is responsible for their application in accordance with the law.
  

(4) on the proposal of the local commands, antiepizootice and county councils of Bucharest can suspend the operations of loading and unloading of animals, animal products and feed for railway stations, places of loading-unloading the means of transport, ports and airports located in the quarantine area, or to make these operations for compliance with the health restrictions. The measure will be made with the announcement of the central bodies governing transport activities affected.
  


Article 16 local councils or County, the municipality of Bucharest, on a proposal from the state veterinarian may maintain and quarantine measures after the lifting of some restrictions on the movement of animals and products.


Article 17 (1) for the protection of the health of animals in industrial type gricultural units, location, design and execution of construction and related facilities will be made in compliance with the health standards set by the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency.
  

(2) of the Commission of reception of these aims, in all cases, will be a part and a veterinarian within the veterinary authority of the county or municipality.
  

(3) the Agency shall determine the National Sanitary Veterinary health technologies for each type of industrial type gricultural units, standards of equipment and necessary machinery equipment for the prevention and control of animal diseases, as well as norms relating to protective equipment antiepizootica.
  

(4) the putting into service of industrial type gricultural units, veterinary authorities of Bucharest and establish protection zones in antiepizootica which will apply special measures for prevention.
  


Article 18 (1) access to any person in the industrial type gricultural units, without complying with the sanitary system of the filter.
  

(2) also prohibit their placing and removal of animals, feed, materials, objects and means of transport, without complying with the rules and restrictions precisely specifically established for such units.
  

(3) heads of respective units are responsible for making just such measures.
  


Article 19 (1) in the case of particular importance what is taken for quick liquidation of outbreaks of communicable diseases, through culling of animals and other measures necessary for the prevention of the spread of animal diseases and for the protection of the health of livestock, shall be granted compensation to owners of animals slaughtered or otherwise affected regardless of whether those animals are insured or not.
  

(2) the slaughter of animals and other measures necessary for the prevention of animal diseases and protection of health of the livestock in the event of importance referred to in paragraph 1. (1), approved under the conditions set by the Government.
  

(3) pet owners, who have not announced without delay animal illness, sick animals were not isolated and those who fail to comply with the measures laid down by the veterinary authorities have no right to compensation.
  

(4) payment of compensation shall be made from the funds envisaged for combating epizootic diseases, the replacement value at market prices of the slaughtered animal, if applicable, the amount of the loss suffered by the owner through playback, the unavailability of times otherwise damage of the animal, the date when the action was held by the liquidation of disease outbreaks or reclamation thereof, in compliance with the legal provisions in force.
  

(5) the establishment and replenishment of the stock material safety and vaccine viral ferric foot-, for use in case of necessity, approved under the conditions laid down in the decision of the Government.
  

(6) expenses related to the production, storage, preservation and vaccine viral material foot-ferric, those incurred by its destruction after the loss in the value of imunizante, as well as the recovery of the stock is allocated from appropriations budgetary support through the Ministry of agriculture, forests, waters and Environment "for the control of Epizootics materials Expenses".
  


Article 20 (1) the movement of animals and products of animal origin within the country is subject to state veterinary control.
  

(2) for the prevention of the spread of communicable diseases through the movement of animals and products of animal origin, it is prohibited: a) withdrawal from places contaminated by epizootic diseases of animals, animal products or plant and any other products and materials that may be carrying contagiu, without the approval of the veterinary authorities;
  

b) and press products of animal origin, or the movement of animals out of the village, city or municipality without compliance with the rules laid down by the Veterinary Agency National Sanitary Veterinary;
  

c) boarding and disembarking of animals at other railway stations, ports and airports, except those authorized by the veterinary authorities of the county or municipality of Bucharest;
  

d) boarding of animals without control by the state veterinarian, as such operations during the night, except when it is an appropriate place for carrying out artificial illumination examination health in good condition;
  

e) shipment of animals without manning trained attendant for the care and supervision of the health status of the animals;
  

f) using means of transport, railways, naval and air-which do not fulfil all the conditions of hygiene and prevention established by the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency through normative technical design, manufacturing and use;
  

g) continuation of carriage without the consent of the state veterinarian, if the consignment of animals are found cases of illness.
  


(3) the measures provided for in this article shall be responsible animal owners, the veterinary authorities, and, where appropriate, and MOAI times of other ministries or central bodies of State administration which have powers regarding the movement and transport of animals.
  


Article 21 (1) the Veterinary Authorities of the county or municipality of Bucharest will release veterinary sanitary permit stations, ports and airports unless they have appropriate ramps and secure the conditions for embarking on the prophylaxis and the landing.
  

(2) Establishments that hold assets for the transport of animals and products of animal origin are obliged to organise stations or points for washing and disinfection, while complying with the technical conditions laid down by the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency.
  


Article 22 of the transport of animals affected by communicable diseases, of products derived from such animals and products of animal origin food unfit for human consumption is allowed only for the intended use and in compliance with the conditions laid down in the animal health certificate accompanying, issued by the state veterinarian.


Article 23 (1) the holders of animals shall be obliged to hand over the corpses of livestock units authorized by the veterinary authorities of the county or municipality of Bucharest and in case when teaching or their takeover is not possible, and certify this by the State veterinary health, to destroy them, in compliance with health conditions laid down in National Veterinary Health Agency.
  

(2) the use in feedingstuffs of animal products, unfit for human consumption, as well as culinary debris is allowed only after being sterilized, the technical conditions laid down by the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency.
  


Article 24 (1) the import, export and transit of animals, animal products and feed is carried out solely through the checkpoints for crossing the State border, established for this purpose by the Ministry of agriculture, forests, waters and environment, the National Veterinary Health Agency or through veterinary conventions concluded with other countries. The Ministry of agriculture, forests, waters and environment, the National Veterinary Health Agency, at these points the animal health inspection.
  

(2) Units who are responsible for the management of buildings and facilities at the control points for crossing the State border shall be obliged to take measures to ensure the terms and conditions of business of health, as well as material and labor force needed to carry out dezinfectiilor, the destruction of the carcases, the altered products and waste of animal origin. At border points on the road, those obligations shall be incumbent on County Councils.
  


Article 25 (1) the import and the transit of animals, animal products and feed can be made only with the consent of the National Health Agency.
  

(2) importing Establishments are required to obtain the opinion of import on behalf of the National Health Agency, prior to the conclusion of contracts with external suppliers.
  


Article 26 Animals, animal products and feed image import or transit must be accompanied by health certificates, which certify the health conditions laid down by the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency.


Article 27 (1) If the checkpoints for crossing the State border shall detect communicable diseases or there is suspicion of those diseases, the entire batch of animals will return over the border, and if this is not possible, the National Veterinary Health Agency may order the immediate cutting and harnessing the special terms or killing the entire batch of animals and destruction of objects and related materials veterinary health authority, announcing the country's exporting about findings and action taken.
  

(2) where the veterinary conventions or agreements concluded by Romania with other States it is established otherwise, will proceed in compliance with them.
  


Article 28 (1) imported animals shall be subject to compulsory quarantine, in isolated places and specially arranged by the veterinary authorities of the county or municipality of Bucharest, which will authorize the bringing of animals in these places only after verifying that all the necessary preparatory conditions.
  

(2) after the expiration of prophylactic quarantine, imported animals shall be subject to veterinary supervision, under the conditions fixed by the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency.
  


Chapter V Securing sanitation products of animal origin is prohibited by article 29 use of products of animal origin which do not satisfy the conditions of proper sanitation in their intended use. Health conditions shall be determined by the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency. For products of animal origin intended for human consumption, they shall be determined together with the Ministry of health.


Article 30 (1) the operation of slaughterhouses, cutting establishments which produce, store or capitalize on products of animal origin, it is allowed only if they are authorised and State health authorities.
  

(2) the authorization may be withdrawn if the heads of units do not ensure compliance with the rules of hygiene and prophylaxis and the necessary conditions for the smooth operation of the health activity.
  

(3) Operation of cutting of animals and birds, collecting, processing, storage, processing and use of the products of animal origin, established by order of the Minister of agriculture, forests, waters and environment, is permitted only if they have provided the State Veterinary and sanitary assistance, under the present law.
  

(4) Technical Assistance and monitoring of the health of animals, animal products and other products and materials subject to health control in establishments referred to in paragraph 1. (3) ensure that health personnel employed in accordance with the law, during the period determined by the county health departments, and the municipality of Bucharest.
  

(5) establishing the tariffs shall be made in accordance with the provisions of art. 33 para. (4) and (6) the value of transactions which are carried out in pursuit of the business of health inspection and control shall be transferred on a monthly basis by the establishments referred to in paragraph 1. (3) on behalf of health directorates, respectively, of the District of Bucharest, territorially, and constitute, for them, extrabudgetary funds in order to finance expenditure intended for materials and personnel, which are recorded in the accounts separately.
  


Chapter VI Organization and functioning of veterinary services in article 31 (1) the Ministry of Agriculture, forests, waters and environment, the National Veterinary Health Agency, sets health standards and mandatory for all legal and physical persons holding of animals for the processing, storing, transporting and harness products of animal origin, participate in the drafting or give consent, according to the law, veterinary conventions and agreements. Approve approval methods and methodologies for veterinary medical diagnostic laboratory methods and techniques for the expertise of animal products and feed as well as for the control of drugs and biological products and veterinary products.
  

(2) also establishes the list of communicable diseases for which mandatory measures shall be established to prevent and combat.
  

(3) Together with the Ministry of health is responsible for the Organization and implementation of all necessary measures for the prevention and control of common diseases of man and animals, as well as to ensure the sanitation of the products of animal origin. Central specialized bodies of the two ministries will analyze periodically and whenever it takes the results of the actions undertaken to this end, setting out measures to be imposed.
  

(4) the actions contained in the programme of surveillance, prevention and control of animal diseases, for the prevention of transmission of disease from animals to humans and protection of the environment, approved by the order of Minister of agriculture, forests, waters and environment, is financed from budgetary appropriations allocated by the Ministry of agriculture, forests, waters and Environment in chapter "Expenditure materials for combating expizootiilor".
  

(5) veterinary Activities in the public interest Program national surveillance, prevention and control of animal diseases, for the prevention of transmission of disease from animals to humans and environment protection can lease of veterinarians with free practice, on the basis of the concession contract concluded with the Ministry of agriculture, forests, waters and environment, in compliance with the provisions of law No. 219/1998 on concessions regime.
  

(6) the veterinary health Certificates and those of transport within the territory of the country shall be issued by the official veterinarians.
  


(7) in the action for the monitoring of animal health and veterinary public health sanitary State authority issuing authorisation: the health of operation of objectives and tasks, under the conditions laid down by order of the Minister of agriculture, forests, waters and environment, health permits for transportation, veterinary opinions of import, export, transit, construction, design and location of the health objectives under scrutiny veterinary certificates for animal transport, animal products, animal feed and other products subject to health control, and health certificates for exports of animal and health certificates for exports of products, edible and non-edible by-products of animal, certificates for registration and re-registration of drugs, biological products and veterinary products, certified empowerment and health agreements to import.
  

(8) the authorization for veterinary health objectives, activities and means of transportation subject to health control as provided for in this law shall be issued by county health departments, and the municipality of Bucharest, and, where appropriate, by the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency in accordance with the legal provisions in force.
  

(9) for the issue of permits, approvals and certificates referred to in the preceding paragraph shall be determined fees contained in the appendices. 1-4 which are an integral part of this law, which shall be paid in advance, is constituted as an income from the State budget and will be updated periodically, depending on the inflation rate, the Government's decision.
  

(10) the health Certificates shall be issued and domestic for by the official veterinarian.
  

(11) the official veterinarian is a veterinarian authorized by the Ministry of agriculture, forests, waters and environment, the National Veterinary Health Agency, in accordance with the law, to carry out some public duties.
  


Article 32 (1) National Veterinary Health Agency organises and is responsible for the production of biological products necessary for the detection, prevention and control of animal diseases; approve the introduction in practice of biological products, drugs, insecticides, dezinfectantelor, raticidelor and veterinary products, manufactured or imported into the country and ensure the State veterinary control; lay health regarding the production, circulation and use of compound feedingstuffs, protein and mineral supplements, and together with the Ministry of health shall lay down the rules on the use of tranquillizers, biostimulatorilor, hormonal substances and other additives to animal feed.
  

(2) the National Veterinary Health Agency, together with the Ministry of economy and trade and other central organs that have subordinated units in which the veterinary products factory, responsible for carrying out the programme to produce them in quantities that are required and the quality level of similar products in the world.
  


Article 33 (1) of the State Veterinary Health Network is organized as a distinct and autonomous sector in the Ministry of agriculture, forests, waters and environment, is coordinated by the Minister and has the following structure:-National Veterinary Health Agency, which is organized as a general direction in the structure of the Ministry of agriculture, forests, waters and environment;
-specialized public institutions with legal personality and institutions without legal personality, subordinated to the Ministry of agriculture, forests, waters and environment and technical coordination of the National Veterinary Health Agency set out in the annex. 5. (2) Financing current expenditure and capital units laid down in the annex. 5 ensure from appropriations from the State budget and extra-budgetary revenue.
  

(3) Revenues revenues consist of labor charges for health and veterinary activities, from consulting and other specific benefits: actions of disinfection, disinsection, deratization, exams and laboratory work, and other activities in the field of health.
  

(4) the amount of fees for extra-budgetary revenue is approved by order of the Minister of agriculture, forests, waters and environment, on a proposal from the Director-general of the national agency of veterinary and sanitary.
  


Article 34 (1) the National Veterinary Health Agency is headed by a director general appointed by order of the Minister of agriculture, forests, waters and environment, according to the law.
  

(2) in the exercise of his powers the Director general shall issue decisions.
  

(3) National Veterinary Health Agency coordinates and controls the production of Biologicals, strategic research funded by the Central Government budget, the supply of products and materials, advises and controls the production of veterinary drugs.
  


Article 35 application of the animal health and veterinary controls and compliance with the provisions of the Health Law and the uniform rules issued in all fields.


Article 36 (1) of the veterinary sanitary assistance Bands within the autonomous public corporations, companies, associations and societies, and private veterinary medical services through offices, clinics, hospitals, pharmacies and others, performs with the opinion and under the guidance of the health network.
  

(2) the veterinary services and the bands referred to in paragraph 1. (1) is organized and operates under a regulation drafted by the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency.
  


Article 37 (1) the Ministry of administration and Interior, the Ministry of national defense and other central organs that have subordinated units falling with their own veterinarians responsible for applying these rules in health units and measures established by the National Sanitary Veterinary Agency for the protection of animal health and ensuring sanitation products of animal origin.
  

(2) veterinarians in the Ministry of national defense and MOAI are part of the unique state veterinary system, having the same obligations and responsibilities within the units it operates as state veterinarians.
  

(3) the Ministry of Agriculture, forests, waters and environment, through the local forest units, is responsible for implementation of the measures laid down by the veterinary authorities for the protection of the health of wild animals and for the prevention of the spread of communicable diseases from these domestic animals or humans.
  


Article 38 the Ministry of agriculture, forests, waters and Environment together with the Ministry of administration and Interior and all their territorial units directly responsible for implementation and compliance with the provisions of this law relating to the movement of animals and products of animal origin, the establishment of and compliance with measures of quarantine and other measures by the republican or local character required for the prevention of the spread of diseases between animals and from animals to humans.


Article 39 local or County Councils, the municipality of Bucharest, are responsible for the proper conduct of the health activity within the respective administrative-territorial, in which purpose have the following main tasks: to ensure the necessary funds for) financing of health actions that it supports from local budgets;
  

b) documents required for issuing the adeverirea animal ownership and health status, according to the rules of the National Veterinary Health Agency;
  

c) take measures to upkeep and use, in accordance with the rules of the veterinary, rangelands, adapatorilor public roads crossing the herds of animals, places of agglomeration of animals at fairs, mills, slaughterhouses, cutting, markets and jobs that are in the administration of local councils where they process, store and harness products of animal origin;
  

d) ensure the collection and destruction of animal carcases and which cannot be removed by rendering plants; organizes fund raising actions of stray dogs and ensure the application of the techniques for this purpose accepted by the veterinary rules; started and maintain storage facilities refuse, according to veterinary rules. The amounts necessary to carry out the actions referred to in this letter will be provided from the funds provided for this destination in the local budgets of State administration;
  

(e) any other duties) meet on the activity provided for in veterinary sanitary normative acts in force, and shall be responsible for implementing the measures set out by the National Veterinary Health Agency for the protection of animal health and ensuring sanitation products of animal origin.
  


Article 40 of Chapter VII Sanctions the violation of the provisions of this law shall entail, as appropriate, disciplinary, material, administrative, civil or criminal.


Article 41 (1) failure to comply with the measures concerning the Declaration, preventing or combating contagious diseases to animals, whether it had as a result the spread of such disease or other serious track, shall be punished according to art. 310 of the penal code with imprisonment from one month to one year or by a fine.
  

(2) If the deed had the track very grave, the punishment is imprisonment from 1 to 5 years.
  


(3) the same punishment shall apply to those who hide, with good science, emergence of contagious diseases to animals or oppose measures to remedy and prevent outbreaks of epizootic disease dissemination.
  


Article 42 (1) failure to comply with the measures concerning the prevention of infectious disease control, or if it resulted in the spread of such diseases from animals to humans, is punishable by imprisonment from 1 month to 2 years.
  

(2) If the deed had the track very grave, the punishment is imprisonment from 2 to 7 years.
  


Article 43 Violations with science has an obligation of service in veterinary sanitary activity committed pursuant to article. 248 paragraph 1. 1 of the penal code, is punishable by imprisonment from 6 months to 5 years, and if the Act is committed, pursuant to article. 248 paragraph 1. 2 of the penal code, is punishable by imprisonment from 5 to 15 years, prohibition of certain rights and partial confiscation of property.


Article 44 due to Violation of an obligation of service in veterinary sanitary activity committed pursuant to article. 249 para. 1 of the penal code, is punishable by imprisonment from one month to two years or with a fine, and if the Act is committed, pursuant to article. 249 para. 2 of the penal code, shall be punished with imprisonment from 2 to 10 years.


Article 45 where the Act referred to in article 1. 43 and 44 is committed under the conditions set out in art. 258 of the penal code, punishment shall be determined according to the disposition of this article.


Article 46 the facts constituting the offence to veterinary standards, as well as people who can to check irregularities and apply the penalties shall be established by decision of the Government. Under the conditions set by the Government, administrative sanctions may be extended to legal persons.


Article 47 appendices. 1-5 are an integral part of this law.


Chapter VIII final provisions Article 48 (1) this law shall enter into force 90 days following its publication in the Official Gazette of Romania).
  

(2) on the same date shall repeal the Decree nr. 167/1955 concerning the organisation of animal health defence, published in Official Gazette No. 9 out of 19 May 1955.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — * Note) except the provisions of art. 31 para. (1) and art. 33-36, which entered into force on 16 December 1991.

Note: we reproduce below art. The Government Ordinance. 62/2001 in order to complete the Health Law No. 60/1974, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 758/2001, which was not contained in the form of republicabila of Health Law No. 60/1974, republished: "Art. II.-within 60 days after the date of entry into force of this Ordinance, by order of the Minister of agriculture, food and forests will be approved instrucţiunile1) for the Organization and conduct of activities carried out by health personnel in establishments referred to in article 1. 30 paragraph 2. (3) of law No. 60/1974, republished, with subsequent amendments and those made by this Ordinance. "— — — — — — — — — — — — 1) Instructions have been approved through order of the Minister of agriculture, food and forestry No. 400/2001 published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 742 of 21 November 2001, with subsequent amendments.


Annex 1 OBJECTIVES, activities and MEANS of TRANSPORT for which they are issued operating permits health no. crt.
Objective/Activity 1.
Incubation station household 2 type.
Animal summer camp 3.
Shepherd 4.
5. A bee farm.
6 menagerie.
Artificial planting at point 7 animals.
Genoteca of animals 8.
Exhibition of animals and Zoo 9.
Shop for sale, pet birds and exotic fish and/or food, baits and the like 10.
Farm animals 11.
Fair of animals 12.
The resort's natural service animals 13.
The health institutes for reference 14.
Pharmaceutical veterinary point 15.
Veterinary medical practice.
Laboratory animal feed control 17.
Laboratory health 18.
Clinic health 19.
Pet kennel, shelter for dogs.
School for training dogs.
Undergraduate veterinary clinics.
Fish ponds for raising fish material.
Station (dot) washing and disinfecting means of transport.
Industrial type hatching station 25.
Pools, biologic material fish for 26.
Veterinary pharmacy.
Veterinary medical technical units 28.
Stud 29.
Deposit of semen 30.
Purchase animal base 31.
Veterinary Clinic or veterinary hospital for 32.
Pet bed and 33.
Pet hairdresser 34.
Deposit products for veterinary use 35.
Quarantine farm, 36 animal collection centres.
Disinfection, disinsection units and deratization 37.
Units breeding and animal selection 38.
39 feed factory.
Scientific research units, including those using animals experience.
Specialized units for the production of premixes and biostimulators medicated feed, 41.
Units for production of Biologicals or veterinary medicinal products 42.
Units of semen collection 43.
Feeding factory combined 44.
Factory producing drugs, Biologicals and other veterinary products 45.
Dry wells, cemeteries, crematoria 46.
47 milk collection Center.
48 egg collection Center.
Honey collection Center 49.
Dining room 50.
Industrial processing units, bodies of animal products, inedible by-products seized 51.
Incinerators for animal products, inedible by-products seized 52.
Cutting Center 53.
Inedible by-products 54 deposit.
55 fish collection centre.
Batracieni collection centre, gastropods, crustaceans, seafood, 56.
Milk collection Center, 57.
Butcher butchers, 58.
Slicing drives, re-meat and meat products 59.
Fish processing workshop, fish products 60.
Slicing drives, re-milk products 61.
Egg collection storage units-62.
Collection and processing units, other bee products 63.
64. meat preparations workshop
Catering 65.
Food storage room, cold storage 66.
Restaurant, regardless of specific 67.
The Hall for the sale of products of animal origin, 68.
69. ice cream factory
Laboratory and/or confectionery pastry laboratory.
Batracieni processing units, gastropods, crustaceans, seafood, 71.
Manufactures meat products: canned foods, semi-preserves, meat raw sausage, 72.
Ready meals factory meat and mixed culinary 73.
Meat cutting 74 units.
The processing of natural casings 75 units.
Manufacturing of artificial membranes 76 units.
Canned fish factory semi-preserves, 77.
78 dairy factory.
Egg products factory 79.
Slaughterhouse.
Cold store 81.
82 supermarket.
Combined meat No. crt.
Means of transport 1.
Barge 2.
Wagon for livestock carrier 3.
Refrigerating wagon and isotherm for animal products 4.
Ship, aircraft cargo vessel 5.
Car transport for animals, animal products, animal feed, veterinary products and other products subject to health control Note: Objectives, activities and means of transport which is subject to health control and which are not covered by this annex are subject to veterinary inspection, according to health regulations in force, and operates on the basis of the Declaration on oath the dealer.


Annex 2 rates for issuance health import, export, transit, of the animal health certificate for import of competencies and certificate of registration and the reinregistrare of medicinal products and other biological products for veterinary use no. crt.
U.M. Lei/U.M. specification/product 1.
OPINION: HEALTH-feed, feed concentrates, premixes, cotton, fodder additives, protein flours pulvis, medicinal and others;
300-tonne small animals for breeding small animals for slaughter animals for competition, exhibitions, exotic birds;
Cap 300-sized animals for slaughter, breeding animals medium;
300 2 heads.
-hatching eggs;
1,000 1,000 3 pieces.
-large animals for slaughter animals for competition, breeding large animals;
head-meat poultry 2,500;
Cap 500

 


 


-breeding poultry, pigeons for competition, exhibitions, other events;
Cap 500 4.
-day-old chicks;
1,000 head.
1,000-chicken breeding and/or growth;
1,000 head.

 


 

5.-pets (dogs, cats, monkeys and other) head 5,000 6.
-drugs, biological products, veterinary kits, veterinary products, up to 1,000 bottles;
batch 15,000 7.
-veterinary medicinal products, veterinary products, between 1,000-5,000 vials;
batch 20,000 8.
-veterinary medicinal products, of veterinary products, over 5,000 bottles;
batch 40,000 9.
Bee-families;
the family does not charge 10.
eggs for consumption-1,000 PCs.
2,500 11.
-milk, condensed milk 100 litres 2,500 12.
raw Bacon, fat;
4,000 13 ton.
-Edible by-products (head, brain, tongue, belly, organs, membranes, etc.);
5,000 ton-lard, snail shells, non-edible organs, horns, hooves, nails, hooves have been removed, food additives and emulsifiers, glue from bones, enzymes for food industry, adhesives for food, dietary protein isolate, food and technical gelatin;

 


 


 

14.-fresh dairy products (yogurt, whipped cream etc.), milk powder, butter, cheese, cheese, ice cream, ice cream powder, including ingredienţi and flavours for ice-cream, milk by-products (whey, casein), clot, silk cocoons, spices, wool, hides, feathers, hair;
10,000 15 ton.
-bee products (wax, pollen, poison, etc.);
1,500 16 kg.
-silkworm eggs;
15,000 17 kg.
egg products (powder, mayonnaise, blend etc.), honey, artificial membranes;
15,000 18 ton.
-live fish, fish fresh, chilled, frozen fish products, including eggs, frogs ' legs, snails, oysters, clams, crawfish, seafood, hunted big game, small (fur in feathers);
20,000-tonne fall, preserves and concentrated feed, meat (all species), canned, semi-preserves, meat dishes, including soups and sauces, raw hides and skins, slaughterhouse by-products for pharmaceutical industry;
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19.
fur-hunting trophies and 60,000 20 ton piece.
-other different products;
kg, hl, or other units of measure 5,000 21.
-samples up to 100 kg total;

 

There are veterinary products for registration;

 

charge-humanitarian aid;

 


 


 


 

-donations of humanitarian aid in the framework of any kind;

 


 


 

22. ENABLING CERTIFICATE;
250,000 23 piece.
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION AND RE-REGISTRATION OF BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, DRUGS AND OTHER PRODUCTS FOR VETERINARY USE;
7,000,000 24 product.
THE HEALTH ACCORD;
30,000 25 piece.
OPINION: HEALTH for EXPORT is not charged-animals, animal products, animal feed and other products subject to health control;

 


 


 

26. HEALTH TRANSIT ADVICE NOTE: do not charge-animals, animal products, animal feed and other products subject to veterinary control.

 


 


Note: the fee for quantities expressed in fractions compared to the unit of measure provided for in this law shall be calculated in proportion to the amount approved.


Annex 3 rates for issuance health concerning the location, design and construction of objectives subject to health control fees for issuance health concerning the location, design and construction of new controlled health goals are worth 50% of the fee laid down for the approval of veterinary health of operation.


Annex 4 for veterinary certificates for internal transport of animals, animal products, fodder and other goods subject to health control and health certificates for exports of animal and veterinary health certificates for export products, edible and non-edible by-products of animal origin No. crt.
Specification U.M. charge (Euro/U.M.)

 

1. For internal veterinary certificate: for animal transport;

 

not be charged 2.
Veterinary health certificate for transport silkworm eggs shall not be charged 3.
Veterinary health certificate for transport fitofagi fish fry, fish eggs and fish fry embrionate or fish intended for restocking;

 

no charge 4.
Veterinary health certificate for transport manure for the purposes of marketing;

 

not be charged 5.
Veterinary health certificate for transport corpses, waste of slaughterhouses;

 

not be charged 6.
Veterinary health certificate for transport;
5,000 7 ton.
Veterinary health certificate for transport hatching eggs;

 

not be charged 8.
Veterinary health certificate for transport products of animal origin: meat-all species, including wild game shot intended for public consumption;

 

no charge-Bacon, tallow, edible by-products: organs, intestines, stomace;

 


 


 


 

-technical fats, bones, hair, skins, horns, nails, hooves;

 


 


 


 

-other animal products consumption needs;

 


 


 


 

-meat products (meats, canned goods, meat, other semi-preserves meat products);

 


 


 


 

-liquid milk and condensed milk;

 


 


 


 

-fresh milk products;

 


 


 


 

-cheese, butter, ice cream, milk powder, ice cream powder, casein;

 


 


 


 

-other products from milk consumption needs;

 


 


 


 

-chilled fish, fish, frozen fish, fish fillets, smoked fish;

 


 


 


 

-canned fish, semi-preserves;

 


 


 


 

-sturgeon caviar;

 


 


 


 

-tarama caviar;

 


 


 


 

-other products from fish consumption needs;

 


 


 


 

-honey;

 


 


 


 

-bee products (bees wax, Royal Jelly, pollen, etc.);

 


 


 


 

-other bee products consumption needs;

 


 


 


 

-eggs for human consumption;

 


 


 


 

-egg products (mélange, eggs, mayonnaise);

 


 


 


 

-other products from different eggs.

 


 


 

9. the animal health certificate for animal health;

 

no charge for export: b. 10.
Veterinary health certificate for exports and international transport certificate;

 

not be charged 11.
Veterinary certificate for export products, edible and non-edible by-products of animal origin, except for trophies;

 

not be charged 12.
Veterinary health certificate for exportation trophies:-bears, deers;
300,000-chamois trophy;
trophy wild boar-200,000, rafters, deer;
trophy-100,000 other wild animals (Wolf, Fox, wild cat, Badger, marten, etc.);
100,000 trophy-furs;
100,000 piece-deer antlers, tusks of a wild boar;
50,000 trophy-grouse;
25,000 trophy-rabbits, pheasants, ducks, wild geese, Partridge;
10,000 trophy-other wild birds (quail, doves, starlings, turturele saboori, thrushes, etc.).
Note: 5,000 trophy fee for quantities expressed in fractions compared to the unit of measure provided for in this law shall be calculated in proportion to the amount approved.


Annex 5 UNITS which work under the National Health Agency no. crt.
Name of unit Funding i. public institutions with legal personality-appropriations from the State budget and extra-budgetary revenue 1.
Institute for Animal diagnosis and Health-related allowances from the State budget and extra-budgetary revenue 2.
Institute of hygiene and veterinary public health-related allowances from the State budget and extra-budgetary revenue 3.
The Institute for the control of Biological Products and veterinary medicinal products-allocations from the State budget and extra-budgetary revenue 4.
County Health departments and Bucharest, including State veterinary laboratories

-allocations from the State budget and extra-budgetary income. Public institutions without legal personality-appropriations from the State budget and extra-budgetary revenue 1.
Health zone districts-appropriations from the State budget and extra-budgetary revenue 2.
Health districts to the control of products of animal origin-appropriations from the State budget and extra-budgetary revenue 3.
The Inspectorate of health inspection of border-related allowances from the State budget and extra-budgetary revenue — — — — — — — — — — — — — —