THE DAIRY INDUSTRY ACT
ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
1. Short title.
ESTABLISHMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE NATIONAL DAIRY BOARD
4. Establishment of National Dairy Board.
5. Rules as to constitution, procedure, etc.
6. Estimates of income and expenditure.
8. Objects and functions of the Board.
9. Directions by Minister.
CONTROL OF MARKETING
10. Power to make orders.
11. Appeals to Minister.
12. Funds of the Board.
15. Protection from personal liability.
THE DAIRY INDUSTRY ACT
An Act to make provision for the dairy industry and for the marketing of milk and milk products.
[4th February, 1966]
32 of 1965
6 of 2003
[R.L. Cap. 590]
G.N. No. 240 of 1970
PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS (ss 1-3)
This Act may be cited as the Dairy Industry Act.
(1) Except to the extent the Minister may be regulation specifically provide, nothing in this Act or in any order or regulation made under it shall apply to milk or milk products–
(a) not intended for sale; and
(b) produced for the domestic consumption of the producer and his family or employees or for consumption by animals kept by any of them.
(2) Without prejudice to the generality of the application of this Act, it is hereby declared that this Act shall apply to all departments of the Government.
In this Act, unless the context requires otherwise–
"abusive collection practice" means a collection practice established by a bank or financial institution that, in the opinion of the Bank, is unduly violent or offensive for the borrower;
"Board" means the National Dairy Board established by section 4;
"credit reference bureau" means a private entity specialized in the collection and sale of credit performance information for individuals and companies;
"credit reference databank" means a computerized mechanism created by the Bank to receive and supply information to banks, financial institutions, credit reference bureaus and other institutions authorized by the Bank, regarding the credit transactions of customers, including their off-balance sheet operations;
"clearing system" means a set of procedures whereby banks or financial institutions present and exchange data or documents relating to funds or securities transfers to other financial institutions at a clearing house and includes a mechanism for the calculation of participants' bilateral or multilateral net positions with a view to facilitating the settlement of their obligations on a net or gross basis;
"dairy" means any premises used for the purpose of processing or manufacturing milk into milk products for sale or for the preparation of milk for sale, and includes any farm building, cowshed, milk store or other premises from which milk is supplied or in which milk is kept for purposes of sale or in which vessels used for the transport or sale of milk are kept, but does not include a retail shop unless milk is supplied from it or kept on it otherwise than for the purpose of retail sale in or from shop;
"milk" means the milk of cows;
"milk product" means any product prepared from milk by any process including heating, separation, fermentation, evaporation, pressure drying or controlled bacterial or fungoid action, and includes butter, cheese, cream, condensed milk, evaporated milk, dried milk, clarified butter, ghee, yoghurt, casein, ice-cream and any other product manufactured wholly or mainly from milk;
"Minister" in Part III means the Minister responsible for commerce and elsewhere means the Minister responsible for agriculture;
"payment system" means a system consisting of a set of instrumems banking procedures and typically, inter-bank funds transfer systems that ensure the circulation of money;
"producer" means any person who keeps cattle for the production of milk and includes the manager or the person in charge of the cattle;
"settlement system" means a system used to facilitate the settlement of transfers of funds or financial instruments.
ESTABLISHMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE NATIONAL DAIRY BOARD (ss 4-9)
There is hereby established a National Dairy Board which shall be a body corporate with perpetual succession and a common seal and shall be capable in law of suing and being sued in its corporate name, and of purchasing, holding, managing and disposing of any property whether movable or immovable, and whether by way of investment or otherwise, and of entering into any contracts which may be necessary or expedient for the performance of its objects and functions under this Act.
(1) The constitution, procedure and proceedings of the Board and of the Executive Committee appointed by the Board shall be governed by the rules set out in the Schedule to this Act.
(2) The Minister may, by order, vary or revoke the rules contained in the Schedule.
5A. Power of the Bank over payment, clearing, and settlement systems
(1) The Bank shall –
(a) regulate, monitor, and supervise the payment, clearing and settlement system including all product and services thereof;
(b) conduct oversight functions on the payment, clearing and settlement systems in any bank, or financial institution, or infrastructure service provider or company.
(1) The Board shall, prior to the commencement of each financial year approve, and submit for the Minister's approval, an estimate, in form and containing matters which he may require, of its income and expenditure for that financial year.
(2) The Board shall not incur any expenditure exceeding that provided in the estimate except with the approval of the Minister.
(1) The accounts of the Board shall be audited annually by auditors appointed by the Board with the approval of the Minister and copies of the statement of accounts so audited together with the report of the auditors on it shall be sent to the Minister in each year.
(2) The provisions of subsection (1) shall have effect in relation to the Board notwithstanding the provisions of section 28 of the Public Finance Act *, but the Minister shall, in each year, lay before the National Assembly a copy of the audited statement of accounts for the preceding financial year of the Board and the report of the auditors on it.
The objects and functions of the Board shall be –
(a) to advise the Government on all matters affecting the dairy industry;
(b) to promote, organise, regulate, control and develop the production, marketing, distribution and supply of milk and milk products;
(c) to improve the quality of milk and milk products;
(d) to promote market research in relation to milk and milk products;
(e) to establish, acquire and operate dairies and to produce, buy, sell or deal in milk and milk products.
The Minister may issue directions in writing to the Board as to the manner in which the Board shall effect its objects and functions and the Board shall act in accordance with those directions.
CONTROL OF MARKETING (ss 10-11)
(1) The Board may, with the approval of the Minister, make orders–
(a) providing for the classifying and compulsory registration of any or all persons engaged in the production, supplying, processing, distribution or sale of milk or milk products, and providing for the licensing of persons in any or all of any classes and for the qualifications for any licences and for the revocation or suspension of those licences;
(b) prohibiting any person from engaging in the production, supplying, processing, distribution or sale of milk or milk products unless he is the holder of the appropriate current licence from the Board which has not been suspended or revoked;
(c) prohibiting any person or class of persons from selling or disposing of any milk or milk products except to the Board or to a person specified by the Board;
(d) prescribing the manner of handling, transporting and storing of milk or any milk product;
(e) restricting by the means of quotas or any other means the quantities of milk or milk products which may be sold or disposed of by any person;
(f) fixing the price to be paid for any grade or type of milk or milk product to any person with power to fix different prices for different seasons or circumstances;
(g) requiring returns, reports and estimates to be furnished to the Board and prescribing the books, accounts, vouchers and records to be kept by persons buying or selling or dealing in milk or milk products;
(h) prescribing fees or charges for services rendered under this Act by the Board or its officers, staff or agents;
(i) imposing a levy payable to the Board on any milk or milk products or on any category of milk or milk products and prescribing persons by whom it shall be paid;
(j) providing for the licensing of dairies and of personnel requisite for the operation of the same.
(2) Without limiting the generality of subsection (1) any of the orders may be expressed to be applicable to–
(a) the whole or any part of Tanzania;
(b) any category or categories of milk or milk products; and
(c) any category or categories of persons subject to this Act.
(1) An appeal shall lie to the Minister in respect of any refusal of the Board to issue or renew a licence provided for under this Act or against the revocation or suspension of any licence by the Board.
(2) Every appeal shall be made in writing within thirty days of the communication to the person by whom the application for the licence was made or to whom the licence was granted, as the case may be, of the refusal, revocation or suspension:
Provided that Minister may for any good or sufficient reason extend the time for the bringing of the appeal.
(3) In the exercise of his power to determine an appeal the Minister may–
(a) dismiss such appeal;
(b) require the Board to issue a licence;
(c) quash any revocation or suspension of a licence or substitute suspension for revocation;
(d) permit a person to make a fresh application for a licence notwithstanding that the time for the application has expired,
and the Board shall give effect to it.
GENERAL PROVISIONS (ss 12-17)
Monies raised by a levy imposed by the Board and all other revenues of the Board shall be retained by the Board as funds of the Board.
(1) The Board may, with the approval of the Minister, make regulations–
(a) prescribing standards for the construction, lighting, ventilation, cleanliness, drainage and water supplies of dairies;
(b) prescribing types and standards of equipment to be used in the production or manufacture of milk or milk products;
(c) prescribing minimum standards of milk and milk products and prohibiting the sale of any milk or milk product which does not conform to any such minimum standard;
(d) prescribing methods of treatment and disposal of any waste product or effluent resulting from the production or processing of milk or milk products in dairies;
(e) prescribing methods of processing milk, or processing or manufacturing milk products;
(f) prescribing methods and conditions of use, limitations on the use, of preservatives, colouring or other substances added to milk or milk products;
(g) providing for the cleanliness of vehicles used for the transport of milk and milk products;
(h) prescribing methods of bottling or packing any milk or milk products;
(i) prescribing methods of cooling, aerating, storing, conveying and distributing milk or milk products;
(j) providing for the grading of milk or milk products, prescribing markings and descriptions to be used to distinguish any grade of milk or milk product and prohibiting the sale or delivery for sale of any milk or milk product under any description or distinguished by any marking other than that appropriate to its grade;
(k) prescribing methods of grading milk or milk products;
(l) providing for the issue of grading certificates to producers or manufacturers and for the cancellation of the certificates;
(m) prescribing precautions to be taken for the protection of milk or milk products from infection or contamination;
(n) providing for the disposal of infected or contaminated milk or milk products;
(o) providing for the inspection of dairies and persons in or about dairies who have access to milk or products or to any vessels or containers used therein;
(p) providing for the inspection, sampling, examination and analysis of milk and milk products at any time before retail sale;
(q) prescribing the duties of inspectors, graders, sampling officers and analysts;
(r) providing for the sampling, examination and analysis of any article or substance found within a dairy;
(s) authorising any person authorised by the Board or a police officer not below the rank of Sub-Inspector to seize and detain milk or any milk product and any vehicle carrying the milk or milk product where he is of the opinion that an offence has been committed against this Act or against any order or regulation made under it, provided that any person detained or things seized under the foregoing powers shall be taken as soon as possible before a court of competent jurisdiction to be dealt with according to law;
(t) prescribing forms;
(u) prescribing conditions under which milk or milk products may be imported into or exported from Tanzania;
(v) prescribing anything which may be prescribed under this Act, or which may be required for the better carrying into effect of the provisions of this Act.
(2) Regulations made under the provision of subsection (1) may require acts or things to be performed or done to the satisfaction of a prescribed person and may empower a prescribed person to issue orders to any other person requiring acts or things to be performed or done, imposing conditions and prescribing periods and dates upon, within or before which, the acts or things shall be performed or done or the conditions shall be fulfilled.
(1) Any orders or regulations made pursuant to this Act may prescribe penalties not exceeding a fine not exceeding five thousand shillings or imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months, or both the fine or imprisonment, for any contravention of it.
(2) Where any offence committed by a body corporate against any regulation or order made under this Act is proved to have been committed with the consent or approval of any director, manager, secretary or other officer of a body corporate he, as well as the body corporate, shall be deemed to have committed the offence and shall be liable to be proceeded against and punished accordingly.
(3) When any person is convicted of any offence against that order or regulation the court may order that any milk or milk product in respect of which the offence has been committed shall be forfeited to the Board.
No matter or thing done by a Minister or by the Board or any person on its behalf, shall, if the matter or thing be done in good faith for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this Act or of any regulations, or orders made under it, render that person or any person acting under and in accordance with the direction of that person, personally liable in any civil action, suit or other proceedings in respect of it.
Any person authorised by the Board in writing may conduct a prosecution for an offence against an order or regulation made under this Act.
[Repeals R.L. Cap. 456.]
CONSTITUTION OF THE NATIONAL DAIRY BOARD G.N. No. 240 of 1970">
1. (1) The Board shall be composed of–
(a) a Chairman;
(b) a member appointed by the Minister responsible for Agriculture;
(c) a member appointed by the Minister responsible for Health;
(d) a member appointed by the Minister responsible for Economic Affairs;
(e) a member appointed by the Managing Director of the Board of Internal Trade;
(f) a member appointed by the General Manager of the National Agricultural and Food Corporation;
(g) nine other members who in the opinion of the Minister represent the dairy industry.
(2) Members of the Board shall hold office for three years following their appointment or any lesser period which the Minister shall, by the appointment specify, provided that the Minister may, by notice published in the Gazette, terminate the appointment of any member and appoint a replacement.
(3) The Minister may fill any casual vacancies occurring in the membership by appointing replacements in accordance with the system of representation contained in subparagraph (1).
2. If any member of the Board is incapacitated by illness, temporary absence from Tanzania or other sufficient cause, from performing the duties of his office, another person may be appointed by the body or Ministry that he represents to act in his stead, and every person so appointed shall have all the powers and authority of the member for whom he is acting until such member is again able to perform the duties of his office or ceases to hold office as a member of the Board.
3. A member may resign by giving notice in writing to the Minister of his intention to do so.
4. The members shall annually elect a Vice-Chairman of the Board from amongst their number.
5. A majority of the members of the Board shall constitute a quorum at any meeting of the Board.
6. Subject to the provisions of paragraph 5 a vacancy in the membership of the Board shall not affect the validity of any act of the Board.
7. The Chairman or in his absence the Vice-Chairman shall act as Chairman of all meetings of the Board. In the absence of both the Chairman and Vice-Chairman the members present may elect one of their number as Chairman of a particular meeting.
8. At least fourteen days' notice in writing, specifying the business to be considered at the meeting, shall be given of each meeting of the Board to every member.
9. Meetings shall be called by the Chairman, provided that should three or more members request that a meeting be held, the Chairman shall be obliged to call that a meeting at the earliest suitable opportunity after giving the required period of notice to all members.
10. A member, other than the Chairman, may, by a written appointment lodged with the Chairman, appoint another member his alternate to attend any meeting of the Board and the alternate shall have an additional vote for each member for whom he votes.
11. A decision of the majority of the members present and voting at a meeting of the Board shall be deemed to be the decision of the Board.
12. Every member of the Board shall have one vote and the Chairman shall, in the event of an equality of votes, have a second or casting vote.
13. A resolution in writing, signed by all the members for the time being entitled to receive notice of a meeting of the Board, shall be as valid and effectual as if decided at a meeting of the Board.
14. Subject to the provisions of this Schedule, the Board shall have power to regulate its own procedure.
15. The seal of the Board shall not be affixed to any instrument except in the presence of the Chairman or Vice-Chairman and one other member of the Board.
16. The Board may appoint an Executive Committee from amongst its members.
17. The Chairman of the Board shall be the Chairman of the Executive Committee.
18. The Board may also appoint additional committees consisting of a member or members of the Board and any additional persons whom the Board sees fit to appoint.
19. The Board may delegate to the Executive Committee the performance of its powers or duties with the exception of the power to approve estimates pursuant to section 6 of the Act.
20. The Board may appoint any staff and other officers or servants whom it may deem necessary for the conduct of its business and operations.
21. The Board may make such provision by way of retirement, superannuation and medical benefits as it deems fit with respect to the staff of the Board.
22. The Board may invest funds of the Board surplus to its current requirements in such investments as the Minister may approve.
23. The Board shall not raise or borrow moneys repayable at a date later than one year following the raising or borrowing except with the approval of the Minister.
24. The Board shall keep proper books of account and records as to all financial transactions conducted by the Board.
SECTION IV -
ALPHABETICAL TABLE OF ACTS UNDER WHICH
SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION HAS BEEN MADE
330 The Accidents and Occupational Diseases (Notification) Act
286 The Accountants and Auditors (Registration) Act
27 The Administrator-General (Powers and Functions) Act
335 The Adoption of Children Act
341 The Advocates' Act
92 The Aerodromes (Licensing and Control) Act
278 The Affiliation Act
365 The Airport Service Charge Act
156 The Animal Diseases Act
154 The Animals (Pounds) Act
153 The Animals (Protection) Act
333 The Antiquities Act
141 The Appellate Jurisdiction Act
15 The Arbitration Act
269 The Architects and Quantity Surveyors (Registration) Act
223 The Arms and Ammunition Act
227 The Auctioneers Act
197 The Bank of Tanzania Act
342 The Banking and Financial Institutions Act
25 The Bankruptcy Act
108 The Births and Deaths Registration Act
103 The Board of Internal Trade Act
306 The Broadcasting Services Act
87 The Building Societies Act
208 The Business Licensing Act
213 The Business Names (Registration) Act
79 The Capital Markets and Securities Act
203 The Cashewnut Board of Tanzania Act
181 The Centre for Agricultural Mechanisation and Rural Technology Act
210 The Chattels Transfer Act
13 The Children and Young Persons Act
61 The Children's Homes (Regulation) Act
80 The Civil Aviation Act
347 The Coffee Industry Act
391 The Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance Act
212 The Companies Act
235 The Contractors Registration Act
211 The Co-Operative Societies Act
218 The Copyright and Neighbouring Rights Act
17 The Corporal Punishment Act
119 The Corporations Sole (Establishment) Act
20 The Criminal Procedure Act
377 The Customary Leaseholds (Enfranchisement) Act
403 The Customs (Management and Tariff) Act
262 The Dairy Industry Act
273 The Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Act
180 The Day Care Centres Act
26 The Deeds of Arrangement Act
356 The Diplomatic and Consular Immunities and Privileges Act
183 The Disabled Persons (Care and Maintenance) Act
184 The Disabled Persons (Employment) Act
242 The Disaster Relief Co-Ordination Act
382 The District Development Corporations Act
239 The Dodoma Special Investment Area Act
95 The Drugs and Prevention of Illicit Traffic in Drugs Act
232 The East African Community Mediation Agreement Act
200 The Economic and Organised Crime Control Act
353 The Education Act
131 The Electricity Act
106 The Employees' Terminal Benefits Schemes (Registration
and Regulation) Act
366 The Employment Act
63 The Engineers Registration Act
104 The Entertainments Tax Act
147 The Excise (Management and Tariff) Act
245 The Executive Agencies Act
45 The Explosives Act
274 The Export of Timber Act
381 The Exports Control Act
368 The Extradition Act
297 The Factories Act
173 The Ferries Act
230 The Films and Stage Plays Act
279 The Fisheries Act
344 The Food (Control of Quality) Act
271 The Foreign Exchange Act
323 The Forests Act
393 The Freehold Titles (Conversion) and Government Leases Act
57 The Fugitive Offenders (Pursuit) Act
367 The Government Leaseholds (Conversion to Rights of Occupancy) Act
134 The Government Loans, Guarantees and Grants Act
5 The Government Proceedings Act
135 The Grass Fires (Control) Act
72 The Graves (Removal) Act
48 The Health Laboratory Technologists Registration Act
167 The Highways Act
14 The Hire Purchase Act
105 The Hotels Act
54 The Immigration Act
276 The Imports Control Act
332 The Income Tax Act
60 The Industrial Court of Tanzania Act
96 The Infectious Diseases Act
24 The Inquests Act
405 The Institute of Judicial Administration Lushoto Act
394 The Insurance Act
349 The Insurance (Vesting of Interests and Regulation) Act
77 The Intoxicating Liquors Act
375 The Islamic Law (Restatement) Act
7 The Judgements Extension Act
358 The Judicature and Application of Laws Act
237 The Judicial Service Act
132 The Kariakoo Market Corporation Act
118 The Land Acquisition Act
113 The Land Act
334 The Land Registration Act
324 The Land Survey Act
29 The Law of Marriage Act
171 The Law Reform Commission of Tanzania Act
248 The Loans and Advances Realisation Trust Act
292 The Local Authorities (Elections) Act
407 The Local Authorities Provident Fund Act
293 The Local Government Authorities (Decoration of Buildings) Act
287 The Local Government District Authorities Act
290 The Local Government Finances Act
288 The Local Government (Urban Authorities) Act
11 The Magistrates' Courts Act
146 The Marine Parks and Reserves Act
152 The Medical Practitioners and Dentists Act
70 The Medical Stores Department Act
98 The Mental Diseases Act
165 The Merchant Shipping Act
123 The Mining Act
99 The Mosquitoes (Control) Act
163 The Motor Vehicle Driving Schools (Licensing) Act
169 The Motor Vehicles Insurance Act
93 The Mzumbe University Act
404 The National Bank of Commerce (Reorganization and Vesting
of Assets and Liabilities) Act
129 The National Council for Technical Education Act
192 The National Defence Act
343 The National Elections Act
107 The National Examinations Council of Tanzania Act
295 The National Housing Corporation Act
46 The National Industries (Licensing and Registration) Act
52 The National Kiswahili Council Act
41 The National Lotteries Act
160 The National Milling Corporation Act
281 The National Museum of Tanzania Act
282 The National Parks Act
47 The National Security Act
193 The National Service Act
50 The National Social Security Fund Act
49 The National Sports Council of Tanzania Act
259 The Natural Resources Act
229 The Newspapers Act
284 The Ngorongoro Conservation Area Act
325 The Nurses and Midwives Registration Act
34 The Oaths and Statutory Declarations Act
268 The Open University of Tanzania Act
372 The Parastatal Organisations Pensions Scheme Act
400 The Parole Boards Act
16 The Penal Code
328 The Petroleum (Exploration and Production) Act
392 The Petroleum (Conservation) Act
219 The Pharmaceutical and Poisons Act
133 The Plant Protection Act
322 The Police Force and Auxiliary Services Act
241 The Police Force and Prisons Service Commission Act
258 The Political Parties Act
225 The Political Service Retirement Benefits Act
42 The Pools and Lotteries Act
390 The Potable Spirits (Compounding) Act
361 The Preventive Detention Act
58 The Prisons Act
136 The Private Health Laboratories (Regulation) Act
151 The Private Hospitals (Regulation) Act
352 The Probate and Administration of Estates Act
247 The Probation of Offenders Act
137 The Produce Export Act
270 The Professional Surveyors (Registration) Act
74 The Protected Places and Areas Act
188 The Protection from Radiation Act
51 The Provident Fund (Government Employees) Act
257 The Public Corporations Act
348 The Public Finance Act
336 The Public Health (Sewerage and Drainage) Act
338 The Public Land (Preserved Areas) Act
398 The Public Leadership Code of Ethics Act
312 The Public Officers and Government Departments (Change of Titles) Act
76 The Public Officers (Recovery of Debts) Act
385 The Public Order Act
410 The Public Procurement Act
320 The Public Recreation Grounds Act
298 The Public Service Act
371 The Public Service Retirement Benefits Act
31 The Public Trustee (Powers and Functions) Act
294 The Publications (Compulsory Deposit) Act
376 The Pyrethrum Act
8 The Reciprocal Enforcement of Foreign Judgements Act
309 The Records and Archives Management Act
37 The Refugees Act
397 The Regions and Districts (Establishment Procedure) Act
117 The Registration of Documents Act
300 The Regulation of Wages and Terms of Employment Act
339 The Rent Restriction Act
71 The Resettlement of Offenders Act
220 The Road and Fuel Tolls Act
168 The Road Traffic Act
22 The Rural Farmlands (Acquisition and Regrant) Act
308 The Seeds (Regulation of Standards) Act
114 Sheria ya Ardhi ya Vijiji
41 Sheria ya Bahati Nasibu ya Taifa
415 The Shipping Agency Act
30 The Sisal Industry Act
337 The Societies Act
222 The Spirits Act
189 The Stamp Duty Act
130 The Standards Act
351 The Statistics Act
383 The Statutory Bodies (Change of Names) Act
307 The Tanganyika Law Society Act
56 The Tanzania Audit Corporation Act
177 The Tanzania Central Freight Bureau Act
357 The Tanzania Citizenship Act
302 The Tanzania Communications Act
201 The Tanzania Cotton Lint and Seed Board Act
166 The Tanzania Harbours Authority Act
38 The Tanzania Investment Act
305 The Tanzania Posts and Telecommunications (Vesting
of Assets and Liabilities) Act
55 The Tanzania Sisal Corporation (Establishment and Vesting of Interests) Act
40 The Tanzania-Zambia Pipeline Act
374 The Tax Reserve Certificates Act
408 The Tax Revenue Appeals Act
275 The Tea Act
202 The Tobacco Industry Act
65 The Tourist Agents (Licensing) Act
355 The Town and Country Planning Act
326 The Trade and Service Marks Act
244 The Trade Unions Act
384 The Traditional Liquor (Control of Distillation) Act
362 The Transfer and Delegation of Powers Act
317 The Transport Licensing Act
161 The Tropical Pesticides Research Institute Act
318 The Trustees' Incorporation Act
100 The Tsetse Fly (Control) Act
346 The University of Dar-es-Salaam Act
289 The Urban Authorities (Rating) Act
62 The Urban Leaseholds (Acquisition and Regrant) Act
148 The Value Added Tax Act
319 The Veterinary Surgeons Act
114 The Village Land Act
194 The Visiting Forces Act
82 The Vocational Education and Training Act
236 The War Graves Act
331 The Water Utilisation (Control and Regulation) Act
272 The Waterworks Act
158 The Wattle Bark Industry Act
340 The Weights and Measures Act
283 The Wildlife Conservation Act
67 The Witness Summonses (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act
263 The Workers' Compensation Act
ALPHABETICAL TABLE OF SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION
The East African Community Mediation Agreement (Transfer of Assets of Tanzania Based Assets formerly Owned by the Defunct East African Airways Corporation to Air Tanzania Corporation) Order (Cap. 232)
The Ferries Orders and Regulations (Cap. 173)
The Fisheries Regulations (Cap. 279)
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