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Delegated legislation

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Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Meat Regulations in 1818 Mexico Broadside

Identifier: MSS-4332
Scope and Contents One broadside published in 1818, by Viceroy Juan José Ruiz de Apodaca y Eliza in Mexico City, Mexico, legislating the transportation, sale, and slaughter of meat by individuals and meat markets. The broadside dictates the animals and sexes that could be slaughtered, the weight and price of meat for sale, and sanitation practices for meat markets. There are two signatures and two ink stamps near the bottom of the broadside with some wear throughout the broadside.
Dates: 1818

Public Cleanliness Decree Broadside

Identifier: MSS-4318
Scope and Contents One broadside published by Juan Vicente de Guemez Pacheco de Padilla Horcasitas y Aguayo, second Count of Revillagigedo's administration, and posted in Veracruz, Mexico, on 26 March 1791, decreeing new public health and sanitation regulations for food vendors. The regulations address how food vendor spaces need to be cleaned (swept daily, which days are garbage pickup days, etc.), how to dispose of different goods, and what items could be sold from home fronts. The broadside...
Dates: 1791-03-26