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|Other titles||Slaughter of animals act, 1933.|
|Statement||By R.C. Maxwell ...|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 268 p.|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||35020601|
PUBLIC HEALTH (SLAUGHTER OF ANIMALS) REGULATIONS SCHEDULE (Reg. 10) REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO THE CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF SLAUGHTER-HOUSES The part of a slaughter-house where slaughterings are carried out shall be not less than square feet in area and not less than 4, cubic feet in cubic capacity. Oct 22, · Indian Hygiene and Public Health is a handbook on hygiene and public health in India and covers topics ranging from the purification of water supply to the effects of impure air on hygiene and health. Collection and disposal of refuse, excreta, and sewage in Indian villages are also discussed, along with communicable diseases of the tropics and Book Edition: 1. Nov 01, · Slaughterhouse is the first book of its kind to explore the impact that unprecedented changes in the meatpacking industry over the last twenty-five years - particularly industry consolidation, increased line speeds, and deregulation - have had on workers, animals, and consumers/5(45). REGULATION OF SLAUGHTER HOUSE (i) No person shall slaughter or cause or permit to be slaughtered at any place other than a Municipal Slaughter House any animal and the flesh of which may be used as human food. (ii) No person shall slaughter any animal in a slaughter-house in such place, position, or other circumstances that such slaughter can be.
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