The Meat Inspection Act of 1906 is an Act signed and progulmated by King Nicholas II of Youngia on 18 November 1906. The Inspection Act is part of the Reforms of 1905-1907.

The Inspection Act established a series of standards and codes which regulated good working meat production conditions, proper production rates, proper packaging and shipping, good transportation, and cleaned sales. The Act also prohbited packaging of un tested meat, beef, and such, and laid out a procedure of testing and examining containmated or old food. The Act ordered proper transportation carts and prohibited meat that had dropped to the ground or was crushed.

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