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Report on market-milk supplies of certain urban communities Compliance of the market-milk supplies of certain urban communities with the Grade A pasteurized and Grade A raw milk requirements of the Public Health Service Milk Ordinance and Code, as shown by compliance ratings of 90 percent or more reported by the state milk-sanitation authorities during the period July 1, 1938, to June 30, 1940



Report on market-milk supplies of certain urban communities Compliance of the market-milk supplies of certain urban communities with the Grade A pasteurized and Grade A raw milk requirements of the Public Health Service Milk Ordinance and Code, as shown by compliance ratings of 90 percent or more reported by the state milk-sanitation authorities during the period July 1, 1938, to June 30, 1940



Publ Health Repts: 1383-1389




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