Creamery Act, 1928

Powers of inspectors.

16.—(1) Any matter or thing required or authorised by this Act (other than this section) to be done by the Department may be done by an inspector of the Department and when so done shall for the purposes of this Act be deemed to have been done by the Department.

(2) A document purporting to be issued by the Department under this Act and purporting to be signed on behalf of the Department by an inspector of the Department shall without proof of the signature of such inspector or of his authority to act as such inspector be received in evidence in all courts of justice as such document until the contrary is proved.

(3) In this section the expression “inspector of the Department” means an officer of the Department authorised either specially or generally by the Department to act as an inspector for the purposes of this Act.