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Side 66 - District any butter or cheese made from such unwholesome milk; and any person violating the provisions of this section shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than five nor more than twenty dollars for each and every such offense.
Side 57 - ... within 300 feet of any inhabited dwelling, or who shall cause or allow cars or flats loaded with, or having in or upon them any such...
Side 56 - An ordinance to provide for the inspection of streets, food, live stock, fish and other marine products, in the cities of Washington and Georgetown, and to define the duties of inspectors and other officers of the board of health;" Fourth. "An ordinance to amend section ten of the code so as to read;
Side 55 - Columbia shall appoint a physician as health officer, whose duty it shall be, under the direction of the said Commissioners, to execute and enforce all laws and regulations relating to the public health and vital statistics, and to perform all such duties as may be assigned to him by said Commissioners ; and the board of health now existing shall, from the date of the appointment of said health officer, be abolished.
Side 44 - November 1, 1888, at an annual rent of $2500, which the lessee covenanted to pay in semi-annual payments on the 1st day of May and the 1st day of November in each year, and also the taxes assessed during the term.
Side 68 - But if, upon inspection, the health officer is in doubt as to whether said articles should be condemned or not, then the committee on food inspections of the board of health shall decide whether or not said articles shall be condemned and the sale thereof forbidden : Provided, That no article of food in a decayed or offensive condition shall be allowed to remain where found, but the same shall be caused to be removed forthwith by the inspector or officer aforesaid, according to the rules and regulations...
Side 57 - ... maintaining such nuisance, who shall fail, after due notice from this board, to abate the same, shall, upon conviction, be- fined not less than five nor more than ten dollars for every such offense.
Side 56 - AN ORDINANCE To revise, consolidate, and amend the ordinances of the board of health, to declare what shall be deemed nuisances injurious to health, and to provide for the removal thereof, as amended by ordinances of July 30, 1875, and by Commissioners, orders of June 25, 1901, and January 2, 1902.