Milk and Dairies Act, 1935


3.—(1) In this Act (except in Part IV thereof) the word “milk” means any article of food which is whole milk, skimmed or separated milk, cream or buttermilk.

(2) In Part IV of this Act the word “milk” means whole milk.

(3) In this section the expression “whole milk” means milk from which none of the constituents have been abstracted otherwise than as a result of any cleansing process (including pasteurisation or sterilisation) to which such milk has been subjected.