HC Deb 14 February 1879 vol 243 cc1197-8

asked the Vice President of the Council, Whether the registration of dairymen and all other provisions of the Order of Council of the 4th instant, which every local authority in Great Britain is ordered to enforce, are to apply to all ordinary farm dairies in rural districts? He also wished to know who was to decide whether the ventilation and water supply referred to in the sub-section were all that they should be? He also asked the noble Lord to state his definition of "persons carrying on trade; "would it apply to private dairies? ——


rose to Order, and protested against the hon. Gentleman putting a series of Questions of which he had given no Notice.


Sir, as regards the first part of the Question, the registration is intended to apply to all those who sell dairy produce, except, of course, private farms and private dairies.