(1) The following regulations shall apply to all premises registered in the register of non-manufacturing exporters, that is to say—
(a) butter containing water in excess of sixteen per cent. shall not be packed for sale or export or sold or exported or consigned for sale or export on or from the premises except subject to and in accordance with the prescribed conditions and subject to and in accordance with the provisions of the Sale of Food and Drugs Acts, 1875 to 1907;
(b) all butter exported or consigned for export from the premises shall, before it leaves the premises, be examined and classified subject to and in accordance with the prescribed conditions;
(c) all butter exported or consigned for export from the premises and also every package and wrapper containing the butter shall before it leaves the premises be marked with the marks (if any) prescribed by regulations made under this Act;
(d) all butter directly or indirectly obtained or brought from premises registered in the register of creameries or the register of manufacturing exporters shall (if exported) be exported without opening or unpacking the package in which it was packed in such premises and without obliterating or altering any marks placed on such package, or on any wrapper or butter therein, in such premises, save to such extent and in such manner as shall be prescribed for the purpose of enabling the provisions of this Act or any regulations made thereunder to be complied with.
In sub-section (1), (c), in line 52, to insert after the word " marked " the words " in the prescribed manner."
Amendment agreed to.
Question: " That Section 18, as amended, stand part of the Bill "—put and agreed to.