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Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Dairymen's Association / Proceedings of the ninth annual meeting of the Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Dairymen's Association held at Monroe, Wisconsin, Thursday and Friday, March 11 and 12, 1909
(1909)

Marty, Fred
Dairy laws,   pp. 72-77 PDF (1.1 MB)


Page 73


SOUTHERN \VIS. CHEESEMAKERS' & DAIRYMEN'S ASS'N. 73
substance or any foreign substance whatsoever, or milk
drawn from cows kept in a filthy or unhealthy condition,
or milk drawn from cows from any sick or diseased cow
or cow having ulcers or other running so-es, or milk drawn
from cows fed unwholesome food, or milk in any stage of
putrefaction. or milk contaminated by being kopt in stables
containing cattle or other animals. The term adulterated
cream shall mean cream containing less than eighteen
percentum of milk fat, or cream taken from milk drawn
from c iws within eight days before or four days after
parturition. or cream  to which  has been added or
introduced any coloring matter or chemical or preservative
or deleterious or filthy substance or any foreign substance
whatsoever, or cream from milk drawn from cows kept in
filthy or unhealthy condition, or cream from milk drawn
from any sick or diseased cow or cow having ulcers or
other running sores, or cream from milk drawn from cows
fed on unwholesome food, or cream contaminated by being
kept in stables containing cattle or other animals, or cream
in any stage of putrefaction; provided, that nothing in
this act shall be construed to prohibit the sale of pasteurized
milk or cream to which viscogen or sucrate of lime has
been added solely for the purpose of restoring the viscosity,
if the same be distinctly labeled in such manner as to advise
the purchaser of its true character; and providing that
nothing in this act shall be construed as prohibiting the
sale of milk commonly known as "skimmed milk", when
the same is sold as and for "skimmed milk". Milk drawn
from cows within eight days before or four days after
parturition, or milk to which has been added or into wh-ch
has been introducel any coloring matter or chemical or
preservative or deleterious or filthy substance or milk
drawn from cows kept in a filthy or unclean condition, or
milk drawn from any sick or diseased cow or cow having
ulcers or other running sores, or milk drawn from cows fed
unwholesome food, or milk contaminated by being kept in
stables containing cattle or other a.imals and cream  from


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