A Practical Guide to Meat Inspection

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Jenkins, 1892 - Meat inspection - 207 pages
 

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Page 192 - Nuisances may at all reasonable times inspect and examine any animal carcase, meat, poultry, game, flesh, fish, fruit, vegetables, corn, bread, flour, or milk exposed for sale, or deposited in any place for the purpose of sale, or of preparation for sale, and intended for the food of man...
Page 186 - ... appears to such medical officer or inspector to be diseased or unsound or unwholesome or unfit for the food of man, he may seize and carry away the same himself or by an assistant, in order to have the same dealt with by a justice.
Page 186 - ... for sale, or in whose possession or on whose premises the same was found, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding twenty pounds for every animal, carcase or fish, or piece...
Page 194 - Fahrenheit), which, either alone or in combination with the sewage, causes a nuisance or is dangerous or injurious to health, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding ten pounds, and to a daily penalty not exceeding five pounds.
Page 186 - ... for every animal. carcase, or fish, or piece of meat, flesh or fish, or any poultry or game, or for the parcel of fruit, vegetables, corn, bread, or flour, or for the milk so condemned, or, at the discretion of the Justice, without the infliction of a fine to imprisonment for a term of not more than three months. The Justice who, under this section, is empowered to convict the offender may be either the Justice who may have ordered the article to be disposed of or destroyed, or any other Justice...
Page 186 - Any medical officer of health or inspector of nuisances may at all reasonable times inspect and examine any animal carcase meat poultry game flesh fish fruit vegetables corn bread flour or milk exposed for sale, or deposited in any place for the purpose of sale, or of preparation for sale, and intended for the food of man...
Page 186 - If it appears to a justice that any animal or article which has been seized or is liable to be seized under this section is diseased, or unsound, or unwholesome, or unfit for the food of man, he shall condemn the same, and order it to be destroyed or so disposed of as to prevent it from being exposed for sale or used for the food of man...
Page 171 - ... means of which the disintegration is actually carried on? MODE IN WHICH MICROBES ATTACK PROTOPLASM. It is evident that if the decomposition of albumen, starch, or fat, for example, be due to the actual protoplasm of the living microbes, it will at once cease if these microbes be killed. But if it be dependent on a ferment which is secreted by the microbes it may continue, to a certain though limited extent, after they have been destroyed, just as the pepsin which is secreted by the stomach of...
Page 186 - Justice that any animal, carcase, meat, poultry, game, flesh, fish, fruit, vegetables, corn, bread, flour, or milk so seized is diseased, or unsound, or unwholesome, or unfit for the food of man, he shall condemn the same, and order it to be destroyed or so disposed of as to prevent it from being exposed for the sale or used for the food of man...
Page 11 - ... than four inches in length, and in a conspicuous position, and so as to be visible throughout the whole time, whether by night or day, during which such horseflesh is being offered or exposed for sale, words indicating that horseflesh is sold there.

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