Code of Health Ordinances, and Rules and Sanitary Regulations, 1866, and Its Amendments

Code of Health Ordinances, and Rules and Sanitary Regulations, 1866, and Its Amendments

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1866 edition. Excerpt: ...person to have charge thereof for 'such owner; or not having been removed to some private premises, or to some place designated by such officer or inspector within two hours after being found or left in such condition, may be deprived of life by such officer or inspector, or as he may direct, and shall thereafter, unless at once removed by the owner or proper person, be treated as any other dead animal found on a street or place. Seo. 109. That any person having a dead animal or an animal past recovery, and in an offensive condition, on his premises in any city, (and not killed for, and proper for nse as meat or fish, ) and every person whose animal, or any animal in his charge or under his control in any street or place, may die or become or be in a condition past recovery, shall at once remove or cause the removal of 6uch animal (dead or alive) to some proper place; and when such place may be designated by any officer or inspector of this Board, to the last named place. Seo. 110. That no person other than the inspectors or officers of this Board or the Board of Police, or persons thereto authorized, shall in any way interfere with such dead, sick or injured animal in any street or place, and no person shall skin or wound such animal in such street or public place, unless to terminate its life as herein authorized, except that the owner or person having control of such animal may terminate the life thereof in the presence and by the consent of a policeman or an inspector or officer of this Board. Seo. 111. That it shall be the duty of the owner, and of the person that last had or then having charge of any animal, so dead or injured or diseased, and being in any street or public place, to at once give notice thereof and of the nearest...
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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123673999X
  • 9781236739995