Regulations 1993 No.4 of 1993 Stock (Control of Hormonal Growth Promotants) Regulations
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Stock (Control of Hormonal Growth Promotants) Regulations (2) The information referred to in subregulation (1) shall be entered in the register immediately after the sale is made. 8. RETURNS BY SELLERS A person who sells prescribed substances shall forward to the Chief Inspector not later than the tenth day of each month a return in the form of the approved form of all purchases and sales of prescribed substances made by that person during the previous month. 9. DECLARATION BY PURCHASER (1) A person who purchases a prescribed substance by way of retail sale for the purpose of treating stock shall make and sign a declaration in the form of Form 1. (2) A person who sells a prescribed substance by way of retail sale shall make 2 copies of every declaration made in subregulation (1) and shall (a) retain the original declaration for a period of 3 years; and (b) give one copy of the declaration to the purchaser. 10. DUTIES IN RELATION TO TREATING STOCK (1) An owner of stock shall ensure that stock are treated only under his or her own personal supervision and shall ensure that immediately after stock is treated (a) each animal is marked with an ear punch mark consisting of an equilateral triangle; and (b) a record is made of the animals so treated in a register in a form approved by the Chief Inspector. (2) Any marking of an animal under subregulation (1) shall be made only (a) with a punch of the type approved by the Chief Inspector; and (b) in the manner approved by the Chief Inspector. (3) The register referred to in subregulation (l)(b) shall be kept in a place of safe custody by the person who is the owner of the stock at the time of treatment and shall be retained for a period of 3 years after the last entry in the register is made.
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