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Page 244 - SEC. 2. Whoever violates the provisions of this act shall, upon conviction, be liable to a fine of not less than twenty-five ($25) dollars nor more than one hundred ($100) dollars. General laws of Minnesota for 1903, to prohibit and prevent the manufacture or sale of unhealthful or adulterated dairy products. Be it enacted by the legislature
Page 7 - Light: Four sq. ft. of glass per cow (Three sq. ft., 3; 2 sq. ft., 2; 1 sq. ft., 1. Deduct for uneven distribution.) Ventilation: Automatic system.. (Adjustable windows, 1.) Cubic feet of space for cow: 500 to 1,000 feet (Less than 500 feet, 2; less than 400 feet, 1;
Page 279 - Foot-and-mouth disease, also known as aphthous fever, epizootic aphtha, and eczema contagiosa, is an acute, highly communicable disease chiefly confined to cloven-footed animals and characterized by an eruption of vesicles on the mucous membrane of the mouth and on the skin between the toes and above the hoofs. The vesicles rupture, forming erosions and ulcérations;
Page 307 - may be used by the Government of the United States, or any of its officers or employees in the prosecution of work for the United States, or by any person in the United States, without the payment of royalty.
Page 7 - Location of milk room. . Free from contaminating surroundings .... 1 Construction of milk room Floor, walls, and ceiling — 1 Light, ventilation, screens. 1 Total . SCORE. Perfect. 6 2 2 2 2 4 4 3 3 1 1 3 1 1 1 2 2 40 Allowed. / METHODS. COWS. STABLES. Cleanliness of stables Floor. . . .2 Walls 1 Mangers and partitions ... 1
Page 7 - is found, or if tested once in six months and all reacting animals (If tested only once a year and reacting animals found and removed, 2.) Bedding. . . 1 Food (clean and wholesome) Water Clean and fresh 1 Convenient and abundant. 1 STABLES.
Page 196 - No. Il, pp. 233-238. Berlin, Mär. 16, 1903. Translated abstract. The campaign against tuberculosis. Journal of the American Medical Association, vol. 40, No. 18, pp. 1266. Chicago, May 2, 1903. 6. Ueber die artgleichheit der vom menschen und der vom rinde stammenden tuberkelbazillen und über tuberkulose-immunisierung von rindern. Wiener
Page 7 - cow: 500 to 1,000 feet (Less than 500 feet, 2; less than 400 feet, 1; less than 300 feet, 0; over 1,000 feet, 0.) UTENSILS. Construction and condition of utensils Water for cleaning (Clean, convenient, and abundant.) Small-top milking pail Facilities for hot water or steam . . (Should be in milk house, not in kitchen.) Milk cooler Clean milking suits. . MILK
Page 7 - feet, 0.) UTENSILS. Construction and condition of utensils Water for cleaning (Clean, convenient, and abundant.) Small-top milking pail Facilities for hot water or steam . . (Should be in milk house, not in kitchen.) Milk cooler Clean milking suits. . MILK