Nev. Admin. Code § 583.410 - Postmortem inspections

1. The Officer shall appoint inspectors to make a postmortem examination and inspection of the carcasses and parts of all cattle, sheep, swine, goats, horses, mules and other equines, capable of use as human food, to be prepared at any slaughtering, meat canning, salting, packing, rendering or similar establishment in this State if these articles are prepared solely for intrastate commerce.
2. The carcasses and parts of all such animals found to be not adulterated must be marked, stamped, tagged or labeled as "Inspected and Passed."
3. The inspectors shall label, mark, stamp or tag as "Inspected and Condemned" all carcasses and parts of animals found to be adulterated.
4. All carcasses and parts thereof inspected and condemned must be destroyed for food purposes by the establishment in the presence of an inspector.
5. The Officer may remove inspectors from any establishment which fails to destroy any condemned carcass or part thereof.
6. The inspectors, after the first inspection, shall, when they deem it necessary, reinspect the carcasses or parts thereof to determine whether, since the first inspection, they have become adulterated. If any carcass or any part thereof has upon an examination and inspection subsequent to the first examination and inspection, been found to be adulterated, it must be destroyed for food purposes by the establishment in the presence of an inspector. The Officer may remove inspectors from any establishment which fails to destroy any condemned carcass or part thereof.

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Nev. Admin. Code § 583.410
Bd. of Health, Meat Inspection Reg. Art. II § IV, eff. 11-4-70; renumbered as § D, 3-5-71

NRS 583.535

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