Animal Remedies Act, 1956

Prohibition of false or misleading particulars.

6.—(1) The particulars required by this Act to be given in connection with any sale, importation or advertisement of any animal remedy and any other particulars (including the brand name or trade name of such remedy) given in connection with such sale, importation or advertisement shall not be so given by any person as to convey or be likely to convey a false or misleading indication or impression of the composition, remedial value or effectiveness of such remedy.

(2) Nothing in this section shall be construed as limiting the operation of the Merchandise Marks Acts, 1887 to 1931.