Pigs and Bacon Act, 1937

Exclusion of certain kinds of pigs.

52.—(1) The Board may whenever and so often as it thinks fit by order declare that Part IV of the Principal Act and this Part of this Act shall not apply in respect of any specified kind or kinds (defined in such manner and by reference to such things as the Board shall think proper) of pigs, and whenever any such order is made and is in force the word “pigs” where it occurs in the said Part IV and in this Part of this Act shall not include pigs of the kind or kinds specified in such order.

(2) The Board may at any time by order under this sub-section revoke or amend any order made under this section (including this sub-section).

(3) Every order under this section shall be made with the concurrence of the Minister.