P-29, r. 1 - Regulation respecting food

Full text Stamped meat: The only meat or parts of an animal which may bear the stamp are those that are in a natural state, wholesome, fit for human consumption and in good condition when the product was stamped and when it left the slaughterhouse or wholesale delicatessen plant, and which came from a healthy animal fit for human consumption at the time of the ante mortem and post mortem inspections, except in the case of caribou, where only post mortem inspection is required.
The first paragraph also applies to hares undergoing post mortem inspection.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-29, r. 1, s.; O.C. 314-95, s. 11.