§ No person suffering from an infectious disease, or who is livng in an infected house, shall milk any animal or pick fruit, or shall engage in any occupation connected with food, or carry on any trade or business in such a manner as to be likely to spread such disease, and any person who contravenes this section shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding ten pounds.
§ MR. CALDWELL
moved, after "who," to insert "knowing himself to be suffering from any infectious disease." He observed that the London Act provided that the penalty should only be enacted where a man knew himself to be suffering from the disease, and then did the acts set forth in the clause.
§ Clause 60,—