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Senate. Comm. on Mercantile Affairs and Insurance. Act on pickled fish sent to House for concurrence, 1831
Senate No. 8 The Committee on Mercantile Affairs and Insurance met to study the laws for packing and inspecting pickled fish. On January 11, 1831,
they offered An Act in addition to the several acts regulating the inspection of pickled fish, 1831. The act seemed to apply to mackerel. The
inspectors were to examine 25 pound and 50 pound casks as they did other containers. Two new acceptable brands were listed, as were the inspectors' fees
for service, and the grades of fish. The inspectors were not liable for damage to the fish after six months from inspection. (Digitized from a
microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   Ordered, that the Committee on Mercantile Affairs, and Insurance be instructed to inquire into, and report on the expediency of revising the laws, regulating the packing, and inspection of pickled fish.
OCLC Number:   1393032110
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