Section 3 of the Bill provides that the premises shall be structurally suited for the manufacture of such descriptions of dairy produce as are in fact manufactured therein; that the plant and machinery or appliances or utensils shall be in a state of cleanliness and good repair; that the milk or cream and all other ingredients and materials shall be clean; and that the premises shall be provided with an adequate supply of pure water. Sub-section (2) of Section 4 says: " Where any inspector is satisfied, after an inspection under the foregoing sub-section that any such premises as aforesaid, or any of the plant, machinery, appliances or utensils therein do not comply with the conditions of cleanliness and order, such inspector may serve a notice in the prescribed form upon the person carrying on the manufacture of dairy produce for sale on such premises requiring such person to do in the manner and time specified in such notice, all or any of the things specified therein." And then sub-section 3 states that the notice may require that the premises may be cleansed; that the plant and machinery or appliances be cleansed; that the premises be put in a state of good repair and the plant and machinery put in a state of good repair; that steps be taken to ensure that the milk or cream and other ingredients on the premises be clean; and that any source of contamination be removed or rendered innocuous. Then Section 5 states: " The Executive Council shall appoint a fit and proper person to be standing arbitrator (in this part of this Act referred to as the arbitrator) for the purposes of this part of this Act." And then Section 6 says: " Any person on whom a notice is served by an inspector under this part of this Act (other than a notice only requiring any premises, plant, machinery, appliances or utensils to be cleansed) shall, on payment of the prescribed fees, be entitled to have such notice referred in the prescribed manner to the arbitrator." That makes it clear that in all these matters set out in Sections 3 and 4 you have an appeal to the arbitrator, and these are the matters that govern the registration of premises. So that there is no occasion for the amendment in view of the fact that this particular clause sets out that the Minister must specify the grounds of refusal to register.