1921 public laws – Ch. 169 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 169 AN ACT TO REQUIRE SANITARY CONDITIONS IN ICE- CREAM PLANTS, CREAMERIES, AND CHEESE FACTO- RIES. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That for the protection of the health of the people of the State, all places where ice-cream is made for sale, all creameries, butter and cheese factories, when in operation, shall be kept clean and in a sanitary condition. The floors, walls, and ceilings of all work rooms where the products of plants named herein are made, mixed, stored, or handled shall be such that same can be kept in a clean and sanitary condition. All windows, doors, and other openings shall be effectively screened during fly season. Suitable wash rooms shall be maintained, and if a toilet is attached, it shall be of sanitary construction and kept in a sanitary condition. No person shall be allowed to live or sleep in such factory unless rooms so occupied are separate and apart from the work or storage rooms. No horses, cows, or other animals shall be kept in such factories or close enough to contaminate products of same unless separated by impenetrable walls without doors, windows, or other openings.

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