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THAT MILK ORDINANCE
For the City of Clarksburg as Introduced in the City Council carefully study tho fololwlng ordi nance which has been ottered In city aouncll as it Is of vital concern to them all and thon determine whether the same shall become a law, and In tho Interest ot all the Telegram Invites fuU discussion of tho mcasuro: An ordinance regulating the sale ot milk and cream In tho city of Clarks burg, providing for' the Issuing of per mits to persons dealing In milk; for Inspection of milk, dairies, etc. Be It ordained by the council of tho city of Clarksburg: Sec. No person, firm or corpor ation shall bring or send Into tho city of Clarksburg, sell, exchange or ottor or expose tor salo or exebango any milk or cream without first having ob tained a legal permit to do so. Tho applicant shall be required to present a printed application, signed and duly sworn to, In person or by a responsible ugont, by the applicant, und a satisfactory ccrtltlcuto from the consulting state veterinarian show ing that his own promises and herd, as wollupi any promises or hard, from oMnlaa^Wy aiiut^Wtoe ud ^(Snange inwt^ihe clt$0K ? bo In a clean and sanitary condition, end his said herd or hords free' from dlsoase, which application ami certificate shall be In form as provided by resolution of council. . Such permits shall bo rcnowed In I the month of July each year. No fee ?hall be charged for Issuing any such permit. The city physician or the sanitary officer shall require tho tuberculin test of ovcry herd before any permit 1b granted for the salo ot milk there I from where such herd Is suspected of j Infection with tuberculosis. After the permit Is granted no per son, firm or corporation may changc the source of supply of milk or cream | without tho approval of the council end no such permit shall bo trans-1 j ferrcd. The council (or city physician or the sanitary officer in case of emergency) may at any time revoke any permit that may be granted for falluro on the part of the licensee to comply with the! provisions of this ordinance, or such j ordinance or law aB may bewin force at the time. Milk. 6oc. 2. No person, firm or corpora- I i tlon shall sell or exchange or ottor , or expose for sale or exchange any unclean, Impure, unwholesome, adul terated or unbealthful milk or cream, within tho city ot Clarksburg, excopt I as hereinafter provided for pasteurlzod milk and cream. The terms "adulter ated" 'and "unwholesome" as used In this ordinance shall mean: First: Milk containing more than eighty-seven per centum of water or fluid. Second; Milk containing less than1 thlrtoen per centum of milk Bollds. Third: Milk containing less than! three and one-halt por centum ot but ter fat. or having a speclflo gravity of leas than 1.029. Fourth: Milk drawn from anlmnls within fifteen days before or five dayB , aftor partultion. Fifth: Milk drawn from animals fed on unhealthy or unwholesome food or drink. Sixth: Milk drawn from cows kept In a crowded or unhealthy condition or from cowa unhealthy or diseased. Seventh: Milk containing more than two per centum acidity. Eighth: Milk containing pus cells. Ninth: Milk which has been adul terated with water or any other fluid or to which has been added, or Into which has been Introduced any for eign substance whatever. Tenth: Milk containing more than 100,000 bactorla per cubic centimeter. Eleventh: Milk which has not been cooled Immediately after milking and the temperature of which, after cool ing shall bo at any time higher than thirty degrees Parenhelt Twelfth: Milk or cream reacting to the usual or ordinary test or tests for formula, salicylic or boric acid. Thirteenth: Cream from unadul terated and unwholesome milk sold or offered or kept for sale as such, having less than eighteen per centum butter fat, cream from adulterated or un wholesome milk. Fourteenth: Any milk from which the cream, or any part of such cream has been removed, except that flfclmmcd milk shall not be considered mnrholcsome, when sold as hcerlnafter j profWfed. . Fifteenth: Any milk, which, after| standing two hours or less, reveals a; visible sediment at the bottom of the] bottle. Skimmed Milk. Sec. 3. JS'o person, firm or corpora tion. shall sell or exchange or offer for sale or exchange or have In posses sion for salo or exchange In the city, any milk from which the cream or any part of such cream, has been re moved. unless In a conspicuous place above the centor and on the outside of every vessel In which such milk is kept, tho words "skimmed milk" are distinctly marked In metallic letters permanently soldered, to be not less than one Inch In height; and where the entire can of milk Is sold or de livered to one place or customer, a paner label with red letters "skimmed milk" Is posted on the can near the center. Said paper label to be four Inches by six Inches and upon a stand ard pattern to be furnished by the city, none other can be used, provided, that in the case of delivery of skimmed milk In glass bottles tho words "skimmed milk" shall be blown In the bottle In letters not less than one Inch In height. Nor shall any person, Arm or corporation Bell or exchange milk, or his, their or Its agent, or agents, sell, as skimmed milk, any milk which had a less percentage of casein and salts than that contained In un skimmed milk. Cream. Sec. 4. No cream which is adulter ated shall be brought Into the city or be held, kept or ofTered for sale or ex change for consumption within said city. The term "cream" heroin used means tho fatty portions of pure milk, which rise to the surface of the milk when the milk Is left at rest; or which! are separated by other means. The term "adulterated" as used In this section means cream to which any, foreign substance had been added or! which contains less than eighteen per centum of butter fat. Dairies. Sec. 5. l?yery person, firm or eor-j poration selling or exchanging, offer ing or oxposlng for sale or exchange, milk In the city, maintaining a dairy, farm or uses premises for keeping j rr ~ s Empire Building Directory Acme Credit Co. Eoom 423 Fourth Floor. Alexander & Alexander Boom 426 Fourth Floor. H. C. Alexander Brokerage Company Boom 4T7 Fourth Floor. D. D. Britt Clrii JLngiaoar 323 Third Fi?or. C. A. Butcher Lomlm. Room 320 Third Flooc. Board of Education CUrkabur* liWUpoadam District. Booai 431 i\>OXlii Floor. Clarksburg Teleg<am Co. Frisian aad Fine Floor Mala dtroou Citizen's Loan Co. Roam 423 Fourth Floor. R. G. Dunn & Co. 429 Fourth Floor. C. L Edmonds C em out \Y orkor. Mesuuiioe Floor. Fairmont Coal Co. 033 Fifth Floor. G. W. Gall, Jr. 428 Fourth Floor. Home Loan Co. gnu Floor, Hope Natural Gas Co. T&4 to 701 Bovouth iloor. Holmboe & Lafferty ?rchliocta. Booma ?l-3 1-2 8Uth Floor. Henderson Bros.' Lumber Company U Sixth Floor. iv Dr. E. A. Hill PlsjaicUa Booms 301-203 Hocond Floor. C. P. Keely & Co. Boom 6U Sixth Flow. Dr. F. S. Linner Doatlat. jtooinff 312-313 Third Flow. Metropolitan Life In surance Co. ?mt? 315 Third Floor. Dr. S. M. Mason Phjaldaa Roomo 201-20" Second Floor. Marietta Torpedo Co., I'.ooui mo alxLh Floor. Neff & Lohm Attoraojra-at-Law Room 107 bocoad Floor. S. Newman Ladloa' Tailor. liooma 541-042 Fifth Floor. Frederick Ott iitmttriti Couiractor. lipoma to XMrU Floor. Dr. R. L Osborn Boom 206 bocond Floor. Public Stenographer Zoom 211 12 ttecood i'too,. Prudential Life Insurance Company Room 430 hoorth Floor. Dr. R. D. Rumbauah JDaollat. lipoma 312-313 Third Floor. Kichards Construction Co. Contractors. Koomi WO O*u'/j-oiU blxth Floor. Lewis M. Sutton Bpocial A?eut Mutual Lai* lua. Co. hlaaxdiuu* Floor. Sperry & Sperry ?ttorn?ya-at-L?aw Rooms 20U-4 Uttcood Floor. W. H. Taylor Uvjar. Room 432 Fourth Floor. A. K. Thorn & Co. Flro aad 14fo losurauco Room W* Fourth Floor. United Brokerage Co. Eoon? 817 Third Floor. Olandus West Coal, OU aad U?s Boom 81S Third Floor. Dr. J. E. Wilson Phyclclaa Boom 211 J* Socond Floor. R. R. Wilson Attorney -at- La w Boom 238 Bocond Floor. | cows, for dairy purpo?os, shall keep I tho entire premises clean, wholesomo ' and In good ropalr at all tlmoa, the buildings woll painted or whltowranhed( well lighted and ventilated, provided i with a nultable floor properly drained and which shall contain not leas than ' fiOO feet clcar apace for each cow; ' shall change tho water In the coolers at least once a day and shall permit no accumulation of offal, but tho same shall he removed at least twlco dally and one hour preceding every milking of cows, and shall see that like condi tions prevail upon and at every dairy farm or premises from which he, thoy or It obtain any supply of milk or cream for sale or exchange as afore said. Cows. Sec. fi. Every person, firm or cor poration soiling or exchanging or of fering or exposing for sale or exchange In tho city milk, keeping cows for the production of such milk, shall cause them to bo fed on healthy and whole some food and frosh clean wator; io bo kept clean and wholosome at nil I ilmcs; shall cause the teats and udder lo be carefully clcansod with a damp and then n dry cloth, Imemdlately be I fore milking, and shall sec that like regulations aro observed In respoct to any cows from which he, thoy or It obtain any supply of milk or cream, for salo or exchange as aforesaid. Disease liepnrted. Sec. 7. It shall bo the duty of every I person, firm or corporation, selling or exchanging or offering or exposing for sale or exchange, milk or cream in the city, having chargo or control of any cows or the premises on which cows aro kept, to notify the city phy sician of tho existence of tuberculosis or any contagious or Infectious disease, among said cowb, or among any cows from which he, they or It obtain any I supply of milk for salo or exchange, j ns aforesaid, by lottor delivered or | mailed within twenty-four hours after the discovery thereof; and to Isolate or cause to be Isolated any of such cows so diseased, which he, they or it | may reasonably believe to be infected ! nnd to exercise such precaution ns may be directed i mvritlng by the said city physician. And the said city physician, state consulting veterinar ian or inspector shall immediately re port any such case of tuberculosis, contagious or Infectious dlseaie to tho secretary of the state board of agri culture, nnd to the board of health for Harrison county, If the same be beyond the corporate limits and with in said county. Milking Itecepfacles. Sec. 8. No person, firm or corpor ation selling or exchanging or offering or exposing for sale or exchange milk. In the city, shall permit any milker or tbose engaged in the handling of the milk or cream, so sold or ex changed or offered or exposed for sale or exchange, as aforesaid, to do any milking or handling of said milk or cream, except that they maintain strict cleanliness of their hands and persons, and he. they or It shall cause nil milking to be done with dry hands. Any such person, firm or corporation using any premises for keeping cows for dairy purposes shall provide and use. and cause those from whom they obtain any supply of milk for sale or exchange, as aforesaid, to provide and use, a sufficient number of receptacle* or non-absorbent materials for the re- ( ception. storage and delivery of milk,; and shall keep and see kept clean, sterilized and wholesome at all times such receptacles. And such person, firm or corpora tion shall cause at milking times the j milk from each cow, as soon as its milking is accopipllshod, to be imme-| diately removed from the stable or > room in which the cows are kept, and'| immediately cooled to fifty degrees Farcnheit and strained through one i half inch absorbent cotton, or its equivalent, duly sterilized, nor shall any milk or cream be sold or kept in j any room used for stabling cows or: ; other animals. No person, firm or corporation sell ing or exchanging or offering or ex posing for sale or exchange, handling, storing or consuming milk in the city; shall place or permit to be placed in any vessel, bottle or milk receptaclo in which milk Is placed, kept or stored r delivered, any other substance than milk or crcnm. except boiling water or steam rising in cleaning and ster ilizing thereof. Milk Storage. Sec. !). No person. Arm or corpora- j t!on selling or exchanging or offering, or exposing for sale or exchange, milk I or cream in the city shall store, cool or mix raid milk nr cream in any room | which is occupied by horses, cows or | other animals. All rooms in which! milk or cream is stored, kept or mixed j shall be provided with tiglfi walls and! floors and kept constantly clean and I sound against flies. The walls and floors of said rooms to bo of such con- j struction as to make easy a thorough! cleaning. The room or rooms, aforesaid, shall contain the proper appliances for washing and sterilizing all utensils | actually employed in the cooling, mix-, ing. soiling and distributing of milk or cream, and all such apparatus and utensils shall be washed with boil-; ing water or sterilized by steam imrae- | diately after being so used. And such person, firm or corpora tion shall cause those from whom any milk or cream is obtained by them to observe tho provisions of this sec tion. Infected Itecoptades?Diseased Em ployes. See. 10. No person, firm or corpor ation selling or exchanging or offer ing or exposing for sale or exchange, milk or cream in the city, in bottles to ' any dwelling or other house that lias in it any contagious disease or dis eases, or that ig placarded by tho city physician for contagious disease or diseases, shall remove from such dwelling house any bottle or recept j acle which has been or is used for the I purpose of receiving or storing milk or cream, until such placard has been removed by the proper authorities and i after disinfection. .No person suffer ing from or who has knowingly, with in a period of twenty days been ex posed to diphtheria, scarlet fever, erysipelas, smallpox or other danger ous diseases, unless proper dlsinfoc / Uon under direction of tho city phy ' slclan ban been had shall work or as I nisi la or about any dairy farm nor I about the cooling, handling or dl? 1 tributlng of milk or cream; no pro-: priotor, or managor or superintendent >if any dairy, dairy farm, milk depot,' or any distributing agent who sup-, plica milk or cream to the citizens' of the city, shall knowingly permit uny person suffering or oxposed as afore said, to work or assist In or about said dairy farm or work as aforesaid. Delivery anil Place of Sale. Sec. 11. No person, firm or corpora-! Hon soiling or exchanging or ofTerlng1 or exposing for sole or exchange, milk j In the city, shall transport and deliver j from cither dairy- or Btoragc house to any purchaser thereof, In said city, or to any milk depot or manufactory, I I therein, any milk except In sealed cansj made of well tinned iron, with inner surface smooth and free from rust, or In sealod glass Jars or bottles, thor oughly cleaned and sterilized at the timo of filling; no such person, firm or corporation shall fill or keep milk 1 in glass Jars or bottles or cans for transportation and delivery of milk In any barn, Btable, street or public I placo. No such person, firm or corpor ation shall keep milk intended for tho sale or exchange, In the city. In sleeping or living rooms or in any room which Is not kept clean nt all times or in which the plumbing is not constructed in accordance with sani tary plumhlng or fall to report, forth with, to the health officer any cases of contagious or infectious diseases where milk or crcam is kept for sale, Bfored or sold. Such person, firm or corporation shall be held liable for the acts of his, their or its agent or agents, for any | violation of the sections of this ordi nance and the Intention of any per son doing or omitting the doing of any ?uch act shall be Immaterial In prosecutions hereunder. No "dip milk" shall be sold or ex changed or offered or exposed for salt or exchange in any grocery store, bak ery, meat shop, confectionery or other storp where milk is not sold exclusive ly, milk or cream sold in such places must he bottled at the dairy or city depot and kept In a covered box or cooler or refrigerator, at no higher tompcrature than fifty degrees Fahren heit, and In clean, wholesome and san itary condition. .Milk Wagons. bee. 12.?No person, firm or corpora tion within the said city shall sell or exchango or offer for sale or oxchangc milk or cream from any vehicle unless said vehicle bears, In a conspicuous place plainly and legibly on each outer side, and near the front thereof, a metal sign bearing the year, license number, name of the business and In cases milk or cream Is sold from cans or vessels, where no vehicle Is used unless the Uconse number Bhall be placed In a conspicuous place on said can or vessel, and If such milk or cream Is sold or exchanged or exposed or offered for sale within a store or house, then such license number Bhall bo there exposed In some conspicuous placo. .Milk Inspector. Sec. 13. Inspection of milk or cream In dairy farms and dairies, milk de pots and-lce cream manufacturies, and all milk and cream of all venders, shall bo made under the direction of the inspector or tho city health officer, and all persons, Arms or corporations sell ing or exchanging or offering or ex posing for sale or exchango or having In possession milk or cream for !>alo or delivery or exchange, either on their own account or for any other person, firm or corporation In said city, shall at all times, permit said in spector or city health officer to Inspect the Bame and take, at any time or place, such samples of said milk or cream as they or either of them may require. Every sample of milk or cream delivered to the said inspector or city health officer shall have n label attached to "the vossel containing said sample on which shall bo written, at the timo of the delivery of the said sample, tho number of the dealer's llcejisc; the number of the sample and date of collection, owner and driver, temperature and specific gravity of the milk from which said sample is taken, and a duplicate of said label and of said sample sealed In the bottle or vessel, shall be delivered to the per son from whom such sample is taken. And thereupon tho said inspector shall enter in a book to be kept by hint for the purpose, a copy of said label and shall enclose said label In a sealed envelope upon which shall bo written only the number of the sample and the date upon which it was taken, which envelope shall bo attached to the bottle containing the sample and which shall be delivered to the city chemist and bacteriologist for testing. I The city chemist and bacteriologist may test said samples of milk or cream for: First: The percentage of water or fluid. Second: The percentage of milk solids. Third: The percentage of butter fata. Fburlh: The specific gravity. Fifth: The percentage of acidity. Sixth: For formalin, salicylic or boric acid or other preservative, or foreign substance. Seventh: Bacteria per cubic cen timeter. The Bald city chemist and bacter iologist shall enter the result of said test opposito the number o?tho sample so tested In a permanent record, and shall roport the result of Bald test to the city clerk, and the city clerk, shall thereupon furnish him the name of tho owner of the milk from which said sample was taken, which he shall then enter in his permanent record. Tho lnspoctor shall furnish to the city clerk a copy of the label, afore said, and said city clerk shall record the samo In a well bound book to be kept for the purpose and report the re sult of each Inspection to tho meet ing of tho city council noit ensuing and such record shall at all tlinea bo open to tho Inspection of tho city board of health or any member thereof. Inspection of I)nlrie?, Klc. Sec. 14. It shall bo the duty of said Inspector, city veterinarian or other officer duly thereunto authorized by this ordinance, or by ttio law. to In spect all dairies, hords, cows, anlmalB, dairy barns, milk houses, And dairy plants, milk depots, wagons vehicles, utensils, vessels and other things used in the production, preparation, hand ling, transportation, distributing and delivering of milk or cream and of every place where said milk or cream Is used for manufacturing $r com mercial purposes In said oity; and in said Inspection It shall be his duty to Inquire Into and see whether all per sons, Arms or corporations, buying, selling or exchanging or exposing for salo or exchange any milk-or cream In the city, as well as those from whom such persons, firms or corporations obtain any milk or creain for said purposes, shall have compiled with the provisions of this ordinance and every law in relation thereto, and to make a report to the city counfll showing the compliance or non-complianco of such persons, firms, or corporations with tho provisions of this ordinance and every law applicable to them, and the Btatun and conditions of all said dair ies, dairy farms, plants, vehiclos, uten sils, milk depot, manufactories of ice cream or other milk or cream prod ucts, and any other place or thing as to which any duty is required by this ordinance. In the Inspection of dairies he shall make his inspection and report thereof, in accordance with the dairy scoro card adopted by the Official Doing In spectors' Association, and no permit shall be granted unless such score shows fifty per cent good. Tuberculin Tent. Sec. 15. The said Inspector, city physician or city board of health or city council, may at any time require the tuberculin test of any herd sus pected of infection with tuberculosis. Tuberculin shall be furnished by the city and shall be nuch as shall meet the requirements of the government of the United States. Heport of Diseases Traceable to Im pure Milk or Cream. Sec. 16. Bvcry physician practising In tho city shall report to the city board of health and city council. In writing by duplicate copies every case of sickness coming under his charge or observation, traceable to Impure, adulterated or unwholesome milk, and shall ascertain from the occupier of the house where such sick person may bo, the name of the person furnishing the milk, as well as such persons' li cense numbor. And it shall be the duty of said in spector, upon any such report being tiled with the city board of health -or city council to obtain such informa tion and Immediately Inspect the source of supply of said milk from tho person delivering the samo to the premises where produced, together with all the herd, utensils, vessels, etc., employed in the production, handling and delivery of such milk. Authority to Destroy Impnre Milk and Creain. Sec. 17. The said Inspector or city physician shall have authority and power to seize and destroy any un clean, Impure, unhealthy or unwhole some or adulterated milk or cream which has been brought Into the cor porate limits of said city and therein held, offered or exposed for salo or exchange or sold and exchanged. Classification of Milk. Sec. 18. The milk supply of the city shall be divided Into three classes, to be known as Class 3.?Certified milk. Class 2.?Inspected milk. Class 3.?Pasteurized milk. Class 1.?Certified milk?The use of this term shall bo limited to milk pro duced at dairies subjected to periodic inspection and the products of which are subjected to frequent analysis. The cows producing such milk must be properly fed and watered, free from tuberculosis as shown by the tuber culin test, and from all other com municable diseases and from all dis eases and conditions whatsoever likely to deteriorate the milk. They are to be housed in clean stables, properly ventilated, and to bo kept clean. All those who comc In contact with the milk must exercise scrupulous clean liness and such porsons must not har bor the germs of typhoid fever, tubor culosls, diphtheria, or other Infec tions liable to be conveyed by the milk. Milk must be drawn under pre cautions necessary to avoid infection, and be immediately strained and cooled, packed In sterilized bottles, and kept at a temperature not ex ceeding fifty degrees Farcnhelt, until delivered to the consumer. Pure wat er. as determined by chemical and bac teriological examination Is to be pro vided for use throughout the dairy farm and dairy. Certified milk shail not contain more than in,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter, butter fats four and not over five, and thirteen per cent solids, and shall not be more than twelve hours old when delivered. Such milk shall be certified by the mayor, said inspector, consulting state veter inarian and city chemist and hacter loloRist of the city. Such certificate shall be sealed upon the bottle. Class 3.?Inspected milk.?This term shall be limited to clean raw milk from healthy cows as determined by the tuberculin test, and physical ex amination by the consulting state vet erinarian, and as provided by this or dinance. Class 3.?Pasteurized milk.?Milk from dairies not able to comply with the requirements specified for the pro duction of milk In clascs one and two Is to bo pastourlzed and sealed In pack ages before being cold and must be sold under the designation "pasteur ized milk," In large wliito and red letters upon the outside of said pack age. together with the date of sealing of oach package. Milk for pasteuriza tion shall be kept at all times at a temperature not to cxceed fifty de grees Fahrenheit, except during the process of pasteurization, by which is meant heating the milk to a tempera ture of 150 degrees Karenhelt, for twenty minutes or 160 degrees Farcn helt for ten minutes, as soon as prac tical after milking In closed vessels which shall he the final containers of said milk and after sealing. Immedi ately cooled to a temporaturo not ex ceeding fifty degrees Farenhoit. .Xo cows in any way unfit for the promotion of milk for use by man, as determined upon physical exami nation by the consulting state veteri narian and no cows suffering from a communicable disease, shall bo per mitted to remain on any dairy farm on which milk for class thrco is pro duced. N'o such milk shall be classed as pure nnd wholesome which after stand ing for two hours or less, reveals sedi ment In the bottom of tho bottle. Xo person, firm or corporation bring ing Into the city nnd there selling or exchanges or ottering or exposing FLETCHER'S The Store That Pays No Rent FLETCHER'S The Store That Pays No Rent Special Suit Sale ?THE OFFERINGS INCLUDE A wonderful collection of smart new Spring Suits. Clever Box Coat models and plain tailored and dressy styles of Poplin, Gabardine, Serge, etc. We cannot describe the beauty and full lines of these Suits?you must see them to appreciate fully their values. EVERY PRINTZESS SUIT IN THE HOUSE NOW SELLING AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. All $28 Suits <>20 for sale or exchange milk, shall be permitted to supply milk for a higher class than class (or which he, they or It have permits, and such dairy farm or other source of Bupply of said milk of a specified class shall bo Bcp arato and distinct from any dairy farm or source or supply of milk of a dif | ferent class; the owner, however may supply different classes of milk, pro vided he has permits therefor and the dairy farms are separate and dis tinct. For the purpose of carrying out tho provisions hereof aa to certified milk, the mayor, consulting stato veterinar ian, Inspector and city chemist and bacteriologist shall constitute a board for such purposes, duly authorized and empowered to certify milk as hore in provided; such hoard shall he known as the Clarksburg Certified Milk Commission. The inspector, consulting stato vet erinarian, and city chemist and bac teriologist, shall each rcceive for their inspection, tests, and analysis, re spectively, such fees as they respec tively may charge for their inspec tion; tests and analysis under the or dinances of the city, except that the said Inspector shall not he entitled to any compensation for inspections ex cept that when such inspections may b made heyond the corporate limits he shall be entitled to his actual ex penses going to and from the place of inspection and while engaged in such inspection and the mayor shall receive no compensation for acting as a mem ber of said board. Such fees shall be paid by those de siring tho certification of any milk at the time of the tiling of their appli cation therefor and not otherwise. ] Suspension liy Council of Provisions.' I Sec. 19. 'Whenever from any cbubo the supply of milk or cream for the citizens and residents of the city, per-1 mltted to be sold and exchanged in the ; city, undor the provisions hereof, shall j not bo equal to the demand, or when-! ever those authorized to sell or ex-; change milk in the city, under the ' provisions hereof or any one of them, j | shall unreasonably inflate the cost of ] tho milk or cream to the consumers [ thereof in the city, the council shall i have tho power and authority by rcso- j lutlon, to suspend nny of the regula tions prescribed hereby, until such time as the supply shall equal the de mand of the citizens and residents or until such unreasonable inflation shall be corrected. Reports to Tnlted States District i Attorney. Sec. 20. It shall be the duty of the city physician, consulting state veter inarian, Inspector and all other officers to report to the district attorney of | the United States for the Northern district of West Virginia all violations of the national food and drugs act coming to their notice, together with such evidence as they may have or discover concerning the same. Penalties. Sec. 21. Any person. Arm or corpor ation violating any of the provisions of the ordinance, within the city upon conviction thereof before tho mayor, shall bo fined not loss than five or exceeding twenty dollars, nnd at the discretion of the mayor. 1n addition thereto, miy be Imprisoned In the county Jail not to exceed thirty days; and in addition to such fine or Impris onment or both, upon said conviction tho council may revoke the permit of Bald persons, firm or corporation Juarez Aid Rose to Power in Army, but Knew When to Stop. SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. May 6.? Francisco Villa Is not the first Mexi can bandit to rise to a high position in Mexican military affairs. Sontensc Rocha, Bandit, smuggler, and soldier of fortune, who joined Juarez in the strugglo against the efforts of Austria to establish a Mexi can empire under Maximilian, had a career in many ways parallel with that of Villa, Bave only that Rocha establishing himself, retained the sense of proportion and died In his bed with honor. Drives Invaders South. Iiocha, although ignorant of affairs of the world, was Juarez's second In command. He had the eame streak of military genius that Villa seems to have and was a natural military strategist. He defated General Thomas Mexla. at Matamoros, and drove forces of Ausl'rlans, French and Mexican im perialists south. > This was the retreat of the so called "Tarnava convoy," because the retreating troops took with them the enormous treauro of the Tarnava family. In a night battle Rocha again attacked the column and rout ed It, bringing the Tarnava funds and many prisoners to Juarez. ('upturns Arsenal in Capital. Followimp the execution of Maxi milian anu\Tuarez's assumption of the presidency, General Negrete, In 3 871, attempted a coup de etat as did I'elix Diaz, with Madero and seized the arBenal. ' Juarez placed the task of captur ing the arsenal in the hands of Ro cha, who, unlike Huerta in Madero's time, made a genuine attack, cap tured the stronghold and saved the Juarez government. For this he was made secretary of war, and for years controlled the military policy of Mex ico, dying later while on a visit to Europe. so offending. Sec. 22. All ordinances or. parts of ordinances in conflict herewith aro hereby repealed. Section 23. This ordinance is here by decvlared to be urgent and neces sary for the Immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety, and shall, therefor, In accordance with Bectlon 23 of the charter embraced In chapter 83 of the acts of the legisla ture of West Virginia, 1911, take effect from Its passage. CEMENT BLOCKS. Lime, plaBter, cement, sand, sewer pipe. etc. Prices right, quality and service our. specialty. Both phones. G. 11. WEST, Feed Supply Store.