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5.—(1) Where an inspector has reasonable grounds for suspecting that there is present or likely to be present on any premises any spruce bark which is being or has been moved in contravention of this Order, he may, after giving the occupier or other person in charge of the premises reasonable notice of his intention, and upon production if so required of his authority—
(a)enter such premises; and
(b)examine, photograph or mark any part of the premises and any object on the premises; and
(c)open, or authorise any person to open on his behalf, any container or package, or require the owner or person in charge of any container or package to open it; and
(d)take samples of any spruce bark found on the premises.
(2) An inspector on entering any premises under paragraph (1) of this article may take with him such equipment and vehicles and such other persons acting under his instructions as he considers necessary for the purpose of facilitating the exercise of his powers under that paragraph, and such other persons whether or not accompanied by the inspector, upon production if so required of their authority given in that behalf by the Commissioners or an inspector, may remain on the premises and from time to time re-enter with such equipment and vehicles as aforesaid, and carry out such work for the purposes aforesaid and in such manner as the inspector may direct.