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Side 140 - No milk which has been watered, adulterated, reduced or changed in any respect by the addition of water, or other substance, or by the removal of cream, shall be brought into, held, kept, or offered for sale at any place in The City of New York, nor shall any one keep, have or offer for sale in the said city any such milk. The term " adulterated " when so used in this section means: First — Milk containing more than eighty-eight per centum of water or fluids.
Side 297 - ... milk previously heated did, on the average, much better in warm weather than those who received it raw. The difference was so quickly manifest and so marked that there could be no mistaking the meaning of the results. The bacterial content ot the milk used in the test was somewhat less than in the average milk of the city.
Side 297 - During cool weather neither the mortality nor the health of the infants observed in the investigation was appreciably affected by the kind of milk or by the number of bacteria which it contained.
Side 328 - Slight changes in the milk which to one child would be harmless would in another produce disturbances which might lead to serious disease. A safe conclusion is that no more bacterial contamination should be allowed than it is practical to avoid.
Side 142 - Milk must not be sold in bottles except under the following rules: Bottles must be washed clean with a hot water solution of soap, or soda or some other alkali and then with hot water before filling with milk. Bottles must not be filled except at the dairy or creamery, and in the city only in rooms so situated as to prevent the contamination of the milk by dust or other impurities from the streets or elsewhere.
Side 343 - ... diphtheria bacillus was obtained, (c) " pseudo " varieties were found no more frequently at the end than at the beginning of the disease, (d) pure cultures continued to show characteristics similar to the original cultures for many culture generations.
Side 142 - The vessels in which milk is kept for sale must be protected by means of a suitable covered receptacle and so placed in the store as to prevent dust from the street or other impurities falling into it. 5. Store permits must be posted in stores so that they can be easily seen at all times. 6. Wagon permits must be carried on the wagon at all times when engaged in the sale, transportation or delivery of milk.
Side 297 - When milk of average quality was fed sterilized and raw, those infants who received milk previously heated did, on the average, much better in warm weather than those who received it raw. The difference was so quickly manifest and so marked that there could be no mistaking the meaning of the results.
Side 282 - The cases have been divided according to results in four groups. (1) Those which did well. In this group are included the infants who made a substantial and generally a regular gain in weight during the period of observation, this usually amounting to from two to five pounds for the ten or twelve weeks, and those that had no diarrhea worth mentioning — usually both conditions existed together. (2) Those which did fairly, including those in which some diarrheal disturbance was present, but not of...