P-29 - Food Products Act

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33. Every authorized person who believes, on reasonable grounds, that there are products or other objects to which this Act applies in a packing-house or an establishment, premises or a vehicle where a product is prepared, conditioned, processed, packed, stored, unloaded, received, given for philanthropic or promotional purposes, offered for sale or sold, kept for sale or for providing services for remuneration or to be given for philanthropic or promotional purposes, where ice or a bottled water dispenser is placed at the public’s disposal or where a stamp referred to in section 6 is manufactured, reproduced, kept or used or on premises where animals are slaughtered or where animals whose products are intended for human consumption or inedible products are found may, in the performance of his duties,
(1)  enter such packing-house, establishment, premises or vehicle at any reasonable time;
(2)  inspect in the packing-house, establishment, premises or vehicle, the places, equipment, material, apparatus and any product, animal or other object to which this Act applies and take samples free of charge;
(3)  stop any vehicle used for transporting such a product or animal and inspect it;
(4)  take photographs of the product, animal, object, packing-house, establishment, premises, vehicle, places, material, apparatus or equipment;
(5)  require communication of any book, bill of lading or any other document or record if he believes, on reasonable grounds, that it contains information relevant to the administration of this Act or the regulations for examination, reproduction or for obtaining extracts therefrom;
(6)  use any appropriate technical device to prevent operations by any permit holder outside the operating hours fixed under section 34.
1974, c. 35, s. 30; 1977, c. 35, s. 9; 1981, c. 29, s. 7; 1983, c. 53, s. 4; 1986, c. 95, s. 240; 1990, c. 80, s. 9; 1996, c. 50, s. 8; 2000, c. 26, s. 19; 2009, c. 10, s. 33.
33. Every authorized person who believes, on reasonable grounds, that there are products or other objects to which this Act applies in a packing-house or an establishment, premises or a vehicle where a product is prepared, conditioned, processed, packed, stored, unloaded, received, given for philanthropic or promotional purposes, offered for sale or sold, kept for sale or for providing services for remuneration or to be given for philanthropic or promotional purposes, where ice or a bottled water dispenser is placed at the public’s disposal or where a stamp referred to in section 6 is manufactured, reproduced, kept or used or on premises where animals are slaughtered or where animals whose products are intended for human consumption or inedible products are found may, in the performance of his duties,
(1)  enter such packing-house, establishment, premises or vehicle at any reasonable time;
(2)  inspect in the packing-house, establishment, premises or vehicle, the places, equipment, material, apparatus and any product or other object to which this Act applies and take samples free of charge;
(3)  stop any vehicle used for transporting such a product and inspect it;
(4)  take photographs of the product, object, packing-house, establishment, premises, vehicle, places, material, apparatus or equipment;
(5)  require communication of any book, bill of lading or any other document or record if he believes, on reasonable grounds, that it contains information relevant to the administration of this Act or the regulations for examination, reproduction or for obtaining extracts therefrom;
(6)  use any appropriate technical device to prevent operations by any permit holder outside the operating hours fixed under section 34.
1974, c. 35, s. 30; 1977, c. 35, s. 9; 1981, c. 29, s. 7; 1983, c. 53, s. 4; 1986, c. 95, s. 240; 1990, c. 80, s. 9; 1996, c. 50, s. 8; 2000, c. 26, s. 19.
33. Every authorized person who believes, on reasonable grounds, that there are products or other objects to which this Act applies in premises where a product is prepared, packed, processed, packaged, stored, unloaded, given for philanthropic or promotional purposes, offered for sale or sold, kept for sale or for providing services for remuneration or to be given for philanthropic or promotional purposes, where ice or a bottled water dispenser is placed at the public’s disposal or where a stamp referred to in section 6 is manufactured, reproduced, kept or used or on premises where animals are slaughtered may, in the performance of his duties,
(1)  enter such premises at any reasonable time;
(2)  inspect the premises, equipment and any product or other object to which this Act applies and take samples free of charge;
(3)  stop any vehicle in which such a product is transported and inspect it;
(4)  take photographs of the product, object, premises or equipment;
(5)  require communication of any book, bill of lading or any other document or record if he believes, on reasonable grounds, that it contains information relevant to the administration of this Act or the regulations for examination, reproduction or for obtaining extracts therefrom;
(6)  use any appropriate technical device to prevent operations by any permit holder outside the operating hours fixed under section 34.
1974, c. 35, s. 30; 1977, c. 35, s. 9; 1981, c. 29, s. 7; 1983, c. 53, s. 4; 1986, c. 95, s. 240; 1990, c. 80, s. 9; 1996, c. 50, s. 8.
33. Every authorized person who believes, on reasonable grounds, that there are products or other objects to which this Act applies in premises where a product is prepared, packed, processed, packaged, stored, unloaded, given for philanthropic or promotional purposes, offered for sale or sold, kept for sale or for providing services for remuneration or to be given for philanthropic or promotional purposes and in premises where a stamp referred to in section 6 is manufactured, reproduced, kept or used or on premises where animals are slaughtered may, in the performance of his duties,
(1)  enter such premises at any reasonable time;
(2)  inspect the premises, equipment and any product or other object to which this Act applies and take samples free of charge;
(3)  stop any vehicle in which such a product is transported and inspect it;
(4)  take photographs of the product, object, premises or equipment;
(5)  require communication of any book, shipment bill, bill of lading or any other document or record if he believes, on reasonable grounds, that it contains information relevant to the administration of this Act or the regulations for examination, reproduction or for obtaining extracts therefrom;
(6)  use any appropriate technical device to prevent operations by any permit holder outside the operating hours fixed under section 34.
1974, c. 35, s. 30; 1977, c. 35, s. 9; 1981, c. 29, s. 7; 1983, c. 53, s. 4; 1986, c. 95, s. 240; 1990, c. 80, s. 9.
33. Every authorized person who believes, on reasonable grounds, that there are products or other objects to which this Act applies in premises where a product is prepared, packed, processed, packaged, stored, unloaded, offered for sale or sold, kept for sale or for providing services for remuneration and in premises where a stamp referred to in section 6 is manufactured, reproduced, kept or used may, in the performance of his duties,
(1)  enter such premises at any reasonable time;
(2)  inspect the premises, equipment and any product or other object to which this Act applies and take samples free of charge;
(3)  stop any vehicle in which such a product is transported and inspect it;
(4)  take photographs of the product, object, premises or equipment;
(5)  require communication of any book, shipment bill, bill of lading or any other document or record if he believes, on reasonable grounds, that it contains information relevant to the administration of this Act or the regulations for examination, reproduction or for obtaining extracts therefrom;
(6)  use any appropriate technical device to prevent operations by any permit holder outside the operating hours fixed under section 34.
1974, c. 35, s. 30; 1977, c. 35, s. 9; 1981, c. 29, s. 7; 1983, c. 53, s. 4; 1986, c. 95, s. 240.
33. Every authorized person may, in the performance of his duties:
(a)  enter at any time premises where any product is prepared, packed, processed, packaged, stored, unloaded, kept for sale or for the furnishing of a service for remuneration, offered for sale or sold, and premises where any stamp contemplated in section 6 is manufactured, reproduced, kept or used;
(b)  inspect products, take samples gratuitously and inspect premises and equipment;
(b.1)  take photographs of the products, premises and equipment;
(c)  require the production of any document relating to a product and make extracts of it;
(d)  stop in transit any shipment of a product;
(e)  seize or confiscate any product contemplated in section 3 or stocked by a person contravening section 9, the stamp regulations or the regulations on the origin of products, on meat unfit for human consumption or on fishery products unfit for human consumption, and the substances and objects that may serve for the operations mentioned in paragraph a, and dispose of the things confiscated as the Minister may prescribe;
(f)  use any appropriate technical device to prevent operations by any permit holder outside the operating hours fixed under section 34.
1974, c. 35, s. 30; 1977, c. 35, s. 9; 1981, c. 29, s. 7; 1983, c. 53, s. 4.
33. Every authorized person may, in the performance of his duties:
(a)  enter at any time premises where any product is prepared, conditioned, processed, packaged, stored, kept for sale or for the furnishing of a service for remuneration, offered for sale or sold, and premises where any stamp contemplated in section 6 is manufactured, reproduced, kept or used;
(b)  inspect products, take samples gratuitously and inspect premises and equipment;
(c)  require the production of any document relating to a product and make extracts of it;
(d)  stop in transit any shipment of a product;
(e)  seize and confiscate any product contemplated in section 3 or stocked by a person contravening section 9, the stamp regulations or the regulations on meat unfit for human consumption, and the substances and objects liable to serve for the operations mentioned in paragraph a, and dispose of the things seized or confiscated as the Minister may prescribe;
(f)  use any appropriate technical device to prevent operations by any permit holder outside the operating hours fixed under section 34.
1974, c. 35, s. 30; 1977, c. 35, s. 9; 1981, c. 29, s. 7.
33. Every authorized person may, in the performance of his duties:
(a)  enter at any time premises where any product is kept, prepared, conditioned, processed, stored, packaged, exhibited for sale or offered for sale or sold and in premises where any stamp contemplated in section 6 is manufactured, reproduced, kept or used;
(b)  inspect products and take samples gratuitously;
(c)  require the production of any document relating to a product and make extracts of it;
(d)  stop in transit any shipment of a product;
(e)  seize and confiscate any product contemplated in section 3 or stocked by a person contravening section 9, the stamp regulations or the regulations on meat unfit for human consumption, and the substances and objects liable to serve for the operations mentioned in paragraph a, and dispose of the things seized or confiscated as the Minister may prescribe;
(f)  use any appropriate technical device to prevent operations by any permit holder outside the operating hours fixed under section 34.
1974, c. 35, s. 30; 1977, c. 35, s. 9.