Agricultural Produce (Cereals) Act, 1933

Restrictions on re-sale of home-grown millable wheat.

76.—(1) Where any home-grown millable wheat is on or after the 1st day of August, 1933, sold and a sale (home-grown wheat) certificate has been made in respect of such wheat, it shall not be lawful for the purchaser of such wheat or any subsequent purchaser from him to sell such wheat unless such wheat is either—

(a) sold to the holder of a milling licence, a registered wheat dealer, a registered distiller, or the Minister for Industry and Commerce, or

(b) sold under and in accordance with a licence granted by the Minister, or

(c) sold under and in accordance with regulations made under this section.

(2) The Minister may attach to any licence granted under this section such conditions as he thinks fit and may revoke any such licence at any time.

(3) The Minister may by order make regulations authorising the sale of home-grown millable wheat which is the subject of a sale (home-grown wheat) certificate to persons intending to use such wheat for seed and prescribing the conditions (including limitations as to quantity) under which such wheat may be sold or disposed of.

(4) If any person acts in contravention of this section, 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.