§ 98. Brigadier-General WARNER
asked the Minister of Health, in view of the dissatisfaction among dairy farmers as regards the present practice of taking samples of milk, under the Food and Drugs Act, at the place of destination, whether he is prepared to give instructions for samples to be taken immediately before delivery to the railway or transporting company?
§ Sir K. WOOD
My right hon. Friend has no power to give instructions as to the places at which samples of milk are to be taken under the Sale of Food and Drugs Acts.
§ Lieut.-Colonel Sir J. NALL
Is it an advantage to take these samples as late as possible before the milk is purveyed to the public?
§ Major COLFOX
What safeguard has the producer of milk against his milk bring adulterated after it leaves his control?