Report of the State Board of Health and Vital Statistics of Minnesota, Volumes 16-17 (Google eBook)

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The Board, 1898 - Minnesota
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Page 103 - Rule 2, such body must not be accompanied by persons or articles which have been exposed to the infection of the disease, unless certified by the health officer as having been properly disinfected.
Page 103 - ... and all enclosed in a strong, tight wooden box. Or, the body, being prepared for shipment by, disinfecting and wrapping as above, may be placed in a strong coffin or casket, and said coffin or casket encased in an air-tight zinc, copper or tin case, all joints and seams hermetically soldered, and all enclosed in a strong outside wooden box..
Page 250 - AN ACT to prevent the spread of contagious and infectious diseases among domestic animals.
Page 103 - ... cavities with an approved disinfectant, washing the exterior of the body with the same, stopping all orifices with absorbent cotton and enveloping the entire body with a layer of cotton not less than one inch thick and all wrapped in a sheet and bandaged and encased in an air-tight coffin or casket...
Page 103 - ... coffin or iron casket, all joints and seams hermetically soldered, and all enclosed in a strong, tight wooden box. Or, the body, being prepared for shipment by disinfecting and wrapping as above, may be placed in a strong coffin or...
Page 104 - RULE 5. Every dead body must be accompanied by a person In charge, who must be provided with a ticket, and also present a full first-class ticket marked "Corpse...
Page 186 - Specimens of diseased tissues may be admitted to the mail for transmission to United States, State, or municipal laboratories, only when inclosed in mailing packages constructed in accordance with the specifications hereinafter enumerated : Liquid cultures, or cultures of micro-organisms in media that are fluid at the ordinary temperature (below 45 C.
Page 105 - Every disinterred body, dead from any disease or cause, shall be treated as infectious or dangerous to the public health, and shall not be accepted for transportation unless said removal has been approved by the state or...
Page 105 - ... disinterred, and the consent of the health authorities of the locality to which the corpse is consigned has first been obtained; and...
Page 103 - ... in Rules 1 and 2, may be received for transportation when prepared for shipment by filling cavities with an approved disinfectant, washing the exterior of the body with the same, stopping all orifices with absorbent...

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