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Hornchurch 1956

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Hornchurch]

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ArticleNo.ArticleNo.
Cream of Magnesia1Oils of Amber, Clove
Cream of Tartar1camphorated1
Enerjoid Tonic Tablets1Olive Oil1
Eucalyptus Menthol Pastilles1Phospherine1
Pro-plus Tablets1
Eye Drops1Radio Malt1
Fibrosine Balm1Regasprin1
Fish Oil Capsules1Saccharin Tablets1
Flower of Sulphur and Treacle1Saccharin Sodium Tablets1
Skin Ointment1
Fruit Preserving Tablets1Slimming Treatment1
Geeps1Soda Mint Tablets1
Gripe Water1Spirit of Camphor1
Halibut Liver Oil Capsules1Spring Family Medicine1
Honey and Horehound Compound1Sulphur Ointment1
" Sure-Rest" Tablets1
Lactochoc1Syrup of Figs1
Liquid Paraffin1Teething Jelly1
Lion Ointment, blue1Toothache Drops1
Lotil Ointment1Valderma Antiseptic Balm1
Lystone Salt1Vitamin Mineral Capsules1
Nasal Compound1
Nerve Tonic1Total307
Noctynol Tablets1
Oastrax Tonic Tablets1
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In the case of the samples of Condensed Milk the Analyst certified
them as genuine but in view of a labelling offence proceedings were
taken against the Vendors under the Public Health (Condensed Milk)
Regulations, 1923/53.
The prosecution was on the grounds that the tin was not labelled
so as to give the name and address of the manufacturer or of the dealer
or merchant in the United Kingdom for whom it was manufactured.
The case was dismissed on the grounds that a warranty was pleaded by
the retailing company and accepted by the Magistrates.


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