Pigs and Bacon Act, 1937

Insurance allowance.

58.—(1) The Board may, whenever and so often as it thinks fit, make an order fixing the sum which is to be allowed, in respect of each pig or carcase sold to a licensee, by way of insurance against the condemnation of such pig or carcase and the offals thereof by a veterinary examiner under Part II of the Principal Act or by a local sanitary authority under statutory powers.

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

(3) In this Part of this Act the expression “the insurance allowance” means in relation to any pig or carcase the sum for the time being fixed by order under this section.

(4) Any regulations made by the Board under section 143 of the Principal Act and in force at the date of the passing of this Act shall be deemed to be made under this section and may be amended or revoked by an order under this section, and until so revoked and subject to any such amendment shall continue in force.