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Callow v Tillstone (1900) 64 JP 823 322

A butcher was convicted of selling unfit meat despite the fact that he had had the meat certified as safe by a vet before the sale. His conviction was upheld as the offence was one of strict liability and it mattered not how diligent he had been to ensure the safety of the meat.
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