Milk (Regulation of Supply and Price) Act, 1936

Purchase and sale of milk by boards.

50.—A board for a joint district may buy at a price less than the statutory minimum price milk from registered retailers and registered wholesalers in respect of such joint district (who, in the opinion of the board, acquire to a substantial extent the milk in which they deal direct from registered producers in respect of such joint district) and sell or use it for manufacturing purposes.