Search OpenLegislation Statutes

This entry was published on 2014-09-22
The selection dates indicate all change milestones for the entire volume, not just the location being viewed. Specifying a milestone date will retrieve the most recent version of the location before that date.
Insanitary cans and receptacles condemned
Agriculture & Markets (AGM) CHAPTER 69, ARTICLE 4
§ 49. Insanitary cans and receptacles condemned. All cans, or
receptacles used in the sale of milk, cream or curd for consumption, or
in transporting or shipping the same to market or the delivery thereof
to purchasers for consumption as human food, when found by the
commissioner or his assistants or agents to be in unfit condition to be
so used by reason of being worn out, badly rusted, or with rusted inside
surface, or unclean or insanitary or in such condition that they can not
be rendered clean and sanitary by washing, and will tend to produce or
promote in milk, cream or curd when contained therein, bad flavors,
unclean or unwholesome conditions favorable to unhealthfulness or
disease, shall be condemned by the commissioner or his assistants or
agents. Every such can or receptacle when so condemned shall be marked
by a stamp, impression or device, designed by the commissioner, showing
that it has been so condemned, and when so condemned shall not
thereafter be used by any person for the purpose of so selling,
transporting or shipping milk, cream or curd.