[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Stratford as Secs. 12-58 through 12-64 of the 1963 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Health regulations — See Ch. 120.
Editor's Note: Former § 137-1, Pasteurization required; approval of source, was repealed 9-10-1990.
The Director of Health may inspect all dairy farms and milk plants whose milk or milk products are intended for sale or consumption within the Town.
The Director of Health may take samples of milk from dairy farms, milk plants, delivery trucks, stores, cafes, soda fountains, restaurants and other places where milk or milk products are sold as often as deemed necessary and have these examined at an approved laboratory. Samples may be taken at any time prior to the delivery of the milk products to the final consumer.
All proprietors of stores, cafes, restaurants, soda fountains, hotels, boardinghouses and other similar places shall furnish the Health Department inspector, upon his request, with the names of all distributors from whom their milk and milk products are obtained.
Whenever the average bacterial count obtained from three successive samples of milk taken at least three days apart and within 30 days, as determined by analyses made in a laboratory approved by the State Department of Health, falls beyond the limit for the grade then held, the health officer shall notify the person concerned, and such milk shall not be offered for sale until regraded.
The sale of bulk milk except to manufacturing plants for use in their manufactured products is prohibited.
All milk for home or individual consumption shall be placed in approved bottles or cartons.
Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of this chapter shall be fined not more than $100, imprisoned not more than 30 days, or both, for every such violation.