Dairy Produce Act, 1924

Regulations as to packing butter.

27.—(1) The Minister may by order make regulations in regard to all or any of the following matters, that is to say:—

(a) the method and manner in all or any respects of packing butter, including the materials and packages to be used for such packing;

(b) the mode in and means by which the prescribed marks are to be placed on butter and packages.

(2) Regulations made under this section shall apply to all premises registered in any register kept in pursuance of this Act, or to all premises registered in any one or more of such registers, as may be prescribed in that behalf by the regulations respectively.

(3) All butter packed in any premises to which any regulations made under this section apply shall be packed and marked, and the packages and wrappers in which such butter is packed shall also be marked in all respects in accordance with such regulations.