ANIMAL FOOD AND FEEDING STUFFS
)the percentages of protein, of oil and of fibre in suchbalanced compound feeding stuff.
Sale of animalfeeding stuff insmall quantities.
The provision of subsection (1) of section 5 of this Actshall not apply to the sale of quantities of twenty-five and one-half kilograms or less if an animal feeding stuff is taken in the presenceof the purchaser from a parcel containing a greater quantity thantwenty-five and one-half kilograms, but in any such case all theother provisions of the said section 5 shall apply in regard to suchparcel and to the sales made therefrom.
Type-names andlimits of analysisof balancedcompound feedingstuff.
(1)No person shall sell any balanced compound feedingstuff under any type-name other than one specified in the FirstColumn of Part II of the First Schedule to this Act.(2)No person shall sell any balanced compound feeding stuff which is not, in relation to the type-name used, within the limits of analysis specified for such type-name in the Second Column of PartI of the First Schedule to this Act.
Where an animal feeding stuff or any material used in themanufacture of any compound feeding stuff or of any balancedcompound feeding stuff is sold under a name specified in the FirstColumn of the Third Schedule to this Act, there shall be implied,notwithstanding any agreement or notice to the contrary, a warrantby the seller that such feeding stuff or material accords with thedefinition thereof contained in the Second Column of that Scheduleand it shall not be lawful for any person to sell any such feedingstuff or material in breach of that warranty.
Sale of animalfeeding stuff containingdeleteriousingredients.
(1)No person shall manufacture or sell any animal feedingstuff which contains any ingredient deleterious to stock.(2)Any substance mentioned in the Fourth Schedule to thisAct, if present in a feeding stuff, or where a maximum quantitywith regard to a substance is indicated in the said Schedule, if present in excess of that quantity, shall be deemed to be adeleterious ingredient unless the contrary is proved.
Appointment,duties and powersof inspectors.
The Prime Minister may from time to time appoint one ormore inspectors whose duty it shall be to see that the provisions of this Act are complied with, and, without prejudice to the generalityof the foregoing, such inspectors may -(
)at all reasonable times enter any place where anyanimal feeding stuff is manufactured or sold;(
)inspect any animal feeding stuff and any books ordocuments found in any such place;(
)take samples of any animal feeding stuff from anysuch place; and(
)seize any animal feeding stuff which, on the basis of the certificate referred to in subsection (2) of section13 of this Act, they will consider to be incontravention of the provisions of section 9 of thisAct: