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Islington 1960

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Islington Borough]

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DateOffenceMagistrate's Decision
(6) 19. 1. 60Regulation 30.
Similar offence as to above at 56 Essex Road, N.l. (Defendant was employee of owner of business)Fined 12. Defendant to pay £2 2s. 0d. costs.
(7) 2. 2. 60Food and Drugs Act, 1955. Section 8(l)(a)
Selling food, namely an apple flan, intended for, but unfit for human consumption at 25 Green Lanes, N.16.Fined £3. Defendant to pay £2 2s. 0d. costs.
(8) 1. 3. 60Food and Drugs Act, 1955, Section 2(1)
Selling food, namely two bars of chocolate nut crunch, not of the quality demanded at 26, Rheidol Terrace, N.l.Fined £5. Defendant to pay £10 l0s.0d. costs (£6 6s 0d. to Council, £4 4s. 0d. to Manufacturer).
(9) 1. 3. 60Food Hygiene Regulations, 1955. Regulation 5.
Carrying on a food business in unsanitary premises, the use of which, because of the condition thereof, exposed food to , the risk of contamination at 389 Caledonian Road, N.l.Fined £2. Defendant to pay £2 2s. 0d. costs.
(10) 1. 3. 60Regulation 16 (2) Failing to provide and maintain for every wash-hand basin an adequate supply of hot water at a suitably controlled temperature at 389 Caledonian Road, N.l.Fined £2.
(11) 1. 3. 60Regulation 5.
Carrying on a food business in unsanitary premises the use of which, because of the condition thereof, exposed food to the risk of contamination at 89 Upper Street, N.l.Fined £5. Defendant to pay £2 2s. 0d. costs.
(12) 1. 3. 60Regulation 14. Failing to keep clean a sanitary convenience situated at 89 Upper Street, N. 1.Fined £3.
(13) 3. 5. 60Food and Drugs Act, 1955. Section 8(l)(a) Having in possession for the purpose of sale or preparation for sale, certain food, namely approximately 13 lbs. of cake cuttings and sponge for eccles cake filling. Approximately 18 ozs. of filling for eccles cakes, one sack (approximately 20 lbs.) of milk powder intended for, but not fit for human consumption at 54 Archway Road, N.19. (Please also reter to legal proceedings on page 53 in relation to these premises)Fined £20.
(14) 3. 5. 60Food Hygiene Regulations, 1955.Regulation 5. Carrying on a food business in unsanitary premises the use of which, because of the condition thereof, exposed food to the risk of contamination at 54 Archway Road, N.19.Fined £5.
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