§ 96.023  CONDITIONS FOR STAMPING BY INSPECTOR; UNFIT MEAT TO BE CONDEMNED.
   (A)   Carcasses of animals killed beyond the limits of the city and not inspected or examined by  officials of the United States government shall be inspected or stamped by the municipal inspector or inspecting agent unless the transportation to the city for slaughter would be dangerous or impracticable and in such cases if the municipal inspector or inspecting agent shall have been notified and given an opportunity to be present before slaughter and shall be unable to be present at such slaughter, carcasses may be offered at the municipal slaughterhouse for inspection post mortem and may be inspected and stamped if the viscera and head are attached to such carcasses, by the natural attachments.
(1967 Code, § 8-4)
   (B)   The municipal inspector or inspecting agent shall pass and stamp meat from an animal only when the animal or carcass is found to be free from disease and sound and healthful, but if the animal is found by inspection to be diseased, unsound, unhealthful or otherwise unfit for human food, it shall be condemned for food purposes and destroyed.
(1967 Code, § 8-5)
Penalty, see § 96.999