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be washed with soap and hot water, and well dried with a clean towel, before milking.

Grade A raw. No milk or cream shall be sold or offered for sale as “Grade A raw” unless it conforms to the following requirements:

The dealer selling or delivering such milk or cream must hold a permit from the health officer.

All cows producing such milk or cream must have been tested at least once during the previous year with tuberculin, and any cow reacting thereto must have been promptly excluded from the herd.

Such milk must not at any time previous to delivery to the consumer contain more than 60,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter, and such cream not more than 300,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter.

Such milk and cream must be produced on farms which are duly scored on the score card prescribed by the state commissioner of health and not less than twenty-five per cent for equipment, and not less than fifty per cent for methods.

Such milk and cream must be delivered within thirty-six hours from the time of milking, unless a shorter time shall be prescribed by the health officer.

Such milk and cream must be delivered to consumers only in containers sealed at the dairy or a bottling plant. The caps or tags must be white and contain the term “Grade A raw" in large black type, and the name and address of the dealer.

Grade A pasteurized. No milk or cream shall be sold or offered for sale as “Grade A pasteurized” unless it conforms to the following requirements:

The dealer selling or delivering such milk or cream must hold a permit from the health officer.

All cows producing such milk or cream must be healthy as disclosed by an annual physical examination.

Such milk or cream before pasteurization must not contain more than 200,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter.

Such milk must not at any time after pasteurization and previous to delivery to the consumer contain more than 30,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter, and such cream not more than 120,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter.

Such milk and cream must be produced on farms which are duly scored on the score card prescribed by the state commissioner of health not less than twenty-five per cent for equipment and not less than forty-three per cent for methods.

Such milk and cream must be delivered within thirty-six hours after pasteurization, unless a shorter time shall be prescribed by the health officer.

Such milk and cream must be delivered to consumers only in containers sealed at the dairy or a bottling plant. The caps or tags must be white and contain the term “Grade A pasteurized” in large black type. Grade B raw.

No inilk or cream shall be sold or offered for sale as “Grade B raw" unless it conforms to the following requirements:

The dealer selling or delivering such milk or cream must hold a permit from the health officer.

All cows producing such milk or cream must be healthy as disclosed by an annual physical examination.

Such milk must not at any time previous to delivery to the consumer contain more than 200,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter, and such cream not more than 750,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter.

Such milk and cream must be produced on farms which are duly scored on the score card prescribed by the state commissioner of health not less than twenty-three per cent for equipment and not less than thirty-seven per cent for methods.

Such milk and cream must be delivered within thirty-six hours from the time of milking unless a shorter time shall be prescribed by the health officer.

The caps or tags on the containers must be white, and contain the term “Grade B raw” in large bright green type, and the name of the dealer.

Grade B pasteurized. No milk or cream shall be sold or offered for sale as “Grade B pasteurized” unless it conforms to the following requirements:

The dealer selling or delivering such milk or cream must hold a permit from the health officer.

All cows producing such milk or cream must be healthy as disclosed by an annual physical examination.

Such milk or cream before pasteurization must not contain more than 1,500,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter.

Such milk must not at any time after pasteurization and previous to delivery to the consumer contain more than 100,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter, and such cream not more than 500,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter.

Such milk and cream must be produced on farms which are duly scored on the score card prescribed by the state commissioner of health not less than twenty per cent for equipment and not less than thirty-five per cent for methods.

Such milk must be delivered within thirty-six hours, and such cream within forty-eight hours after pasteurization, unless a shorter time shall be prescribed by the health officer.

The caps or tags on the containers must be white and contain the term “Grade B pasteurized” in large bright green type, and the name of the dealer. Grade C raw.

No milk or cream shall be sold or offered for sale as “Grade C raw” unless it conforms to the following requirements:

The dealer selling or delivering such milk or cream must hold a permit from the health officer.

Such milk and cream must be produced on farms which are duly scored on the score card prescribed by the state commissioner of health not less than forty per cent.

Such milk and cream must be delivered within forty-eight hours from the time of milking, unless a shorter time shall be prescribed by the health officer.

The caps or tags affixed to the containers must be white and contain the term “Grade C raw” in large red type..

Grade C pasteurized. No milk or cream shall be sold or offered for sale as “Grade C pasteurized” unless it conforms to the following requirements:

The dealer selling or delivering such milk or cream must hold a permit from the health officer.

Such milk and cream must be produced on farms which are duly scored on the score card prescribed by the state commissioner of health not less than forty per cent.

Such milk and cream must be delivered within forty-eight hours after pasteurization, unless a shorter time shall be prescribed by the health officer.

The caps or tags affixed to the containers must be white and contain the term “Grade C pasteurized” in large red type.

The bacterial count herein required shall be made only at county or municipal laboratories or such other laboratories as may be approved by the state commissioner of health.

CHAPTER V

Labor Camps Regulation 1. Pollution of waters prohibited. All persons living in the open or in camps, tents, or other temporary shelters shall exercise every proper and reasonable precaution to dispose of their wastes so that springs, lakes, reservoirs, streams and other watercourses shall not be polluted.

Regulation 2. Notice of labor or construction camp to be occupied by five or more persons to be given health officer. Every railroad or other corporation, contractor, lumberman or other person who shall establish, construct or maintain within this municipality any labor or construction camp to be occupied by five or more persons, and the person in charge of any temporary living quarters on wheels or otherwise that shall be provided for five or more workmen, shall at once notify the health officer of the presence or location of such quarters or camp.

Regulation 3. Health officer to inspect and pass on location and sanitary conditions of camps. It shall be the duty of the health officer when notified of the establishment of any camp with temporary buildings, on wheels or otherwise, in his jurisdiction promptly to inspect and determine the propriety of the location of the camp and of its sanitary conditions. If the location or manner of operation of the camp be found by him to be detrimental to the public health he shall cause the camp to be removed or the manner of its operation to be corrected.

Regulation 4. Permit required for labor or construction camp to be occupied by more than ten persons for more than six days. No railroad or other corporation, contractor, lumberman or other person shall establish, construct or maintain any labor or construction camp to be occupied by ten or more persons for a period of more than six days without a permit from the health officer.

Whenever any such camp shall be vacated, the person in charge thereof shall forthwith notify the health officer and surrender to him the permit therefor.

Regulation 5. Application required for permit. Application for such permit shall be made in writing to the health officer.

The application shall state the exact situation of the proposed camp, the type of camp to be established, the approximate number of persons to be maintained, the probable duration of stay, the proposed source of water supply for the camp, and the proposed method of sewage and garbage disposal.

Regulation 6. Conditions of issuance of permit; may be revoked. If the health officer is satisfied after inspection that the proposed camp will not be a source of danger to the health of others or to its inmates, he shall issue the necessary permit in writing in a form to be prescribed by the state commissioner of health.

In case the health officer declines to issue the permit an appeal may be taken to the state commissioner of health, who may grant a permit.

Any such permit may be revoked for cause by the health officer or by the state commissioner of health, after a hearing.

Regulation 7. Health officer to be notified of the name of the person responsible for sanitary condition of camp. It shall be the duty of the owner, manager or foreman of a labor or construction camp occupied by twenty or more persons to detail one person who shall be responsible for the sanitary condition of the camp and to notify the health officer of the name of such person.

Regulation 8. No building, tent or car in any camp to be nearer than fifty feet of water's edge of public water supply. In every camp or temporary quarters the nearest part of any building, tent, car or shed shall be at least fifty feet in a horizontal direction from the water's edge of any stream, lake or reservoir, the waters of which are used for a public water supply.

Regulation 9. Suitable privy or other toilet facilities to be provided and used. For every camp there shall be provided convenient and suitable privy or other toilet facilities approved by the health officer, which the occupants of the camp shall be required to use instead of polluting the ground.

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