Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 9
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Page 15 - NOW KNOW YE, That the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, in consideration of the premises, and in conformity with the several acts of Congress, in such case made and provided...
Page xxiii - Ordinary processes of cooking applied to meat which has got contaminated on its surface are probably sufficient to destroy the harmful quality. They would not avail to render wholesome any piece of meat that contained tuberculous matter in its deeper parts.
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Page xxiii - ... tuberculous disease through his food. As to the proportion of tuberculosis acquired by man through his food or through other means we can form no definite opinion, but we think it probable that an appreciable part of the tuberculosis that affects man is obtained through his food. " The circumstances and conditions with regard to the tuberculosis in the...
Page xxiii - There is reason to believe that tuberculous matter, when present in meat sold to the public, is more commonly due to the contamination of the surface of the meat with material derived from other diseased |>arls than to disease of the meat itself.
Page xxiii - We have obtained ample evidence that food derived from tuberculous animals can produce tuberculosis in healthy animals. The proportion of animals contracting tuberculosis after experimental use of such food is different in one and another class of animals ; Uitli carnívora and herbívora are susceptible, ami the pro|x>rlion is high in pigs.
Page xxiii - The actual amount of tuberculous disease among certain classes of food animals is so large as to afford to man frequent occasions for contracting tuberculous disease through his food. As to the proportion of tuberculosis acquired by man through his food or through other means we can form no definite opinion, but we think it probable that an appreciable part of the tuberculosis that affects man is obtained through his food.
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Page 106 - GENTLEMEN, — I have the honor to submit for your consideration the annual report of the Sanitary Department for the year ending 31st October, 1896.