Regulations 1993 No.4 of 1993 Stock (Control of Hormonal Growth Promotants) Regulations
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Stock (Control of Hormonal Growth Promotants) Regulations PRESCRIBED SUBSTANCES The following substances are prescribed substances: Trade names Compudose 200 Compudose 400 Finaplix Ralgro Revalor Steerex Synovex C Calf Growth 120 Promotant Synovex H Heifer Growth and Finishing Implants Synovex S Steer Growth and Finishing Implants Zerapel Active ingredients Oestradiol - 17/i Oestradiol - 17(i Trenbolone acetate Zeranol (resorcyclic acid lactone) Trenbolone acetate and oestradiol - 17/i Oestradiol benzoate and progesterone Oestradiol benzoate and progesterone Oestradiol benzoate and testosterone propionate Oestradiol benzoate and progesterone Zeranol (resorcycic acid lactone) 4. APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION BY SELLERS OF PRESCRIBED SUBSTANCES (1) A person who desires to be registered as a seller of a prescribed substance shall apply to the Chief Inspector in the form of the approved form. (2) A seller may be registered as a wholesaler or as a retailer or both as a wholesaler and a retailer. (3) An application under subregulation (1) shall be accompanied by the prescribed fee. 5. REGISTRATION OF SELLERS The Chief Inspector shall register a person as a wholesaler or retailer, or both wholesaler and retailer, of prescribed substances if the Chief Inspector is satisfied that (a) the person is capable of maintaining satisfactory records of purchases and sales of prescribed substances; 2
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