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Fertilisers and Feeding Stuffs Act 1926

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29Application to Northern Ireland

(1)This Act shall apply to Northern Ireland subject to the following modifications :—

(a)The regulations made by the Minister and the Board of Agriculture for Scotland shall apply to Great Britain only :

(b)References to the Minister, and to the Minister and the Board of Agriculture for Scotland acting jointly shall be construed as references to the Ministry of Agriculture for Northern Ireland: Provided that the Ministry of Agriculture for Northern Ireland in lieu of appointing a separate advisory committee may, in making regulations to be laid before the Parliament of Northern Ireland, act on the advice of the advisory committee appointed for Great Britain:

(c)References to the Treasury shall be construed as references to the Ministry of Finance for Northern Ireland :

(d)References to the Government Chemist shall be construed as references to the Chief Agricultural Analyst for Northern Ireland :

(e)The reference to the Local Government Act, 1888, shall be construed as a reference to article thirty-eight of the schedule to the Local Government (Application of Enactments) Order, 1898:

(f)The expenses of a council incurred in the execution of this Act shall be defrayed, in the case of a county council, out of the county fund as a county at large charge, and, in the case of a county borough council, out of any rate or fund applicable to the purposes of the Public Health (Ireland) Acts, 1878 to 1918 :

(g)References to Parliament and to His Majesty shall be construed respectively as references to the Parliament and to the Governor of Northern Ireland, and the reference to twenty-one days, occurring in relation to regulations laid before Parliament, shall be construed as a reference to the period prescribed by subsection (1) of section 4 of the Rules Publication Act (Northern Ireland), 1925.

(2)For the purpose of section six of the Government of Ireland Act, 1920, this Act, in its application to Northern Ireland, shall be treated as if it had been an Act passed before the appointed day for the commencement of that section.

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