ADULTERATION OF PRODUCE ACT.


ADULTERATION OF PRODUCE ACT.

 

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.

   Section

 

   1.   Interpretation.

 

   2.   Person adulterating produce.

 

   3.   Offences.

 

   4.   Prohibition of extracts of root rubber, etc.

 

   5.   Balls of rubber to be cut through centre.

 

   6.   Search warrant.

 

   7.   Accessory to offence committed outside Uganda.

 

   8.   Penalties.

 

   9.   Publication of names of offenders on second offence.

 

   10.   No prosecution after three years from date of offence or one year after discovery.

 

   11.   Costs and rewards.

 

   12.   Implied warranty.

 

 

 

CHAPTER 27
ADULTERATION OF PRODUCE ACT.

 

Commencement: 31 December, 1901.

   An Act to provide against the adulteration of produce.

 

1.   Interpretation.

   In this Act—

 

(a)   "adulterate produce" means to falsify, deteriorate or increase the apparent bulk or weight, or conceal the inferior quality of produce by the combination, admixture or addition with it or to it of some foreign, superfluous or inferior substance, matter or thing, whether deleterious or not, or by the addition of water, or by the use of artificial means, and includes abstracting from produce part of it so as injuriously to affect its nature, substance or quality;

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