Agricultural Produce (Cereals) Act, 1933

Milling (home-grown wheat) permits.

36.—(1) The Minister, after consultation with the Minister for Agriculture, may, if he so thinks fit, grant to any person (other than the holder of a milling licence) a permit (in this section referred to as a milling (home-grown wheat) permit) to mill home-grown wheat at a specified mill.

(2) Every milling (home-grown wheat) permit shall—

(a) be in the prescribed form, and

(b) be expressed and operate to authorise the person to whom such permit is granted to carry on the business of milling home-grown wheat at the mill specified in such permit, and

(c) be and be expressed to be granted subject to such conditions (including conditions as to revocation) as the Minister thinks proper and inserts in such permit.

(3) If any person to whom a milling (home-grown wheat) permit is granted fails to comply with the conditions subject to which such permit was granted, such person shall be guilty of an offence under this section and shall be liable on summary conviction thereof to the penalties mentioned in Part III of the First Schedule to this Act.