Public abattoirs: their planning, design, and equipment

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E. & F.N. Spon, 1908 - Slaughtering and slaughter-houses - 88 pages
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Page 158 - Provided that this bye-law shall not be deemed to apply to any member of the Jewish faith duly licensed by the Chief Rabbi as a slaughterer when engaged in the slaughtering of cattle intended for the food of Jews according to the Jewish method of slaughtering if no unnecessary suffering is inflicted.
Page 13 - That in the interests, not only of humanity, but of sanitation, order, and ultimate economy, it is highly desirable that, where circumstances permit, private slaughter-houses should be replaced by public abattoirs, and that no killing should be permitted except in the latter, under official supervision.
Page 158 - ... as to enable such animal to be felled with as little pain or suffering as practicable, and shall in the process of slaughtering any animal use such instruments and appliances and adopt such method of slaughtering and otherwise take such precautions as may be requisite to secure the infliction of as little pain or suffering as practicable.
Page 157 - Animals awaiting slaughter must be so placed that they cannot see into the slaughterhouse, and the doors of the latter must be kept closed while slaughtering is going on.
Page 157 - The drainage of the slaughter-house must be so arranged that no blood or other refuse can flow out within sight or smell of animals awaiting slaughter, and no such refuse shall be deposited in proximity to the...

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