Agricultural Produce (Eggs) Act, 1939

Powers of officers of customs and excise.

34.—Any officer of customs and excise may detain and seize any eggs being exported or attempted to be exported in contravention of this Act and may, for that purpose, open any package containing or suspected by him to contain eggs, and the provisions of the Customs Consolidation Act, 1876, relating to the condemnation and disposal of goods seized under that Act shall apply and have effect in relation to all articles seized under this Act in like manner as if such articles had been seized under the said Customs Consolidation Act, 1876.