Evidence Taken Before the Joint Committee on Tuberculin Test, 1911 Volume 1

Evidence Taken Before the Joint Committee on Tuberculin Test, 1911 Volume 1

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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. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...exercised every day? A. They 'were given opportunity to take exercise every day, when the" weather permitted them to be out. Q. And the rest of the time they were kept stabled? A. Yes. Q. The stables were well ventilated, roomy and clean? A. Yes, sufficiently well ventilated. Q. VVhat do you mean by that? A. A stable which has a sufficient amount of fresh air--that is where there are openings near the floor for the fresh air to get in and openings at the top where the foul air can get out, to keep up a fairly satisfactory circulation of fresh air constantly. Q. Of these cows I understand that No. 551 is apparently perfectly healthy. A. No. 551 is at present perfectly healthy, although I said of that cow, if I remember correctly, that I had not recently given her a careful physical examination. Q. Yvhen did you make the last examination of her feces? A. I do not remember now. There were some examinations made, the way I recall it, by one of my assistants, within a year or so, but I do not remember examining her feces myself, recently, at all. Q. The only test that your circular shows of her feces was that of a microscopic examination? i were furnished with good A. Yes. _ Q. Doctor, you. have testified as to certain examinations of milk made. VVhere were those samples obtained? A. From dealers in Vvashington city. Q. Do you know anything of the conditions under which they were produced? 5 A. I do not. Q. You_obtained your samples simplty forom the markets here in Washingon. A. In sealed bottles, yes; they were sealed bottles such as are ordinarily soldyto the consumer... Q. Do you know anything about any of the dairies from which they were obtained? A. I have a vague knowledge, not a knowledge that is worth much.. You say you...show more

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  • Paperback | 626 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 32mm | 1,102g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236786106
  • 9781236786104