Transactions of the Sixth International Congress on Tuberculosis, Volume 5 (Google eBook)

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Fell, 1908
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Page 217 - ... house or apartments or premises the local health officer shall return to the attending physician the report with a letter specifying the additional precautions or instructions which the health officer shall require him to take or give ; and the said attending physician shall immediately take the additional...
Page 218 - ... carrying out the provisions of this act the sum of five thousand dollars...
Page 339 - Preparation for fumigation shall be as follows : Close all outside doors, windows, deck sash and ventilators. Arrange one or more windows on each side of the car so that they can be opened from the outside to avoid the necessity of entering the car while the formaldehyde fumes are strong. Open all interior doors. Pull the seats forward and loosen the pillows in the pillow boxes. Open the upper berths and lay the head boards across the seats so that one corner will rest upon the seat arm.
Page 216 - ... notice upon the person so complained of, reciting the alleged cause of offense or danger and requiring him to dispose of his sputum, saliva or other bodily secretion or excretion in such a manner as to remove all reasonable cause of offense or danger. Any person failing or refusing to comply with orders or regulations of the local...
Page 216 - Any person having tuberculosis who shall dispose of his sputum, saliva or other bodily secretion or excretion so as to cause offense or danger to any person or persons occupying the same room or apartment, house...
Page 271 - We advocate the organization of all existing national public health agencies into a national bureau of public health, with such power over sanitary conditions connected with factories, mines, tenements, child labor, and such other subjects as are properly , within the jurisdiction of the Federal Government and do not interfere with the power of the states controlling public health agencies.
Page 218 - The superintendent or other person in charge or control of any hospital, dispensary, school, reformatory or other institution deriving the whole or any part of its support from the public funds...
Page 340 - Day coaches shall be thoroughly cleaned at the end of each trip, and in no instance shall the day coach go uncleaned longer than two days when such coach is in...
Page 217 - Upon receipt of this statement and report the local health officer shall carefully examine the same, and if satisfied that the attending physician has taken all necessary and desirable precautions to insure the safety of all persons living in the apartments or premises occupied by the...
Page 216 - ... and such other diseases as the State Board of Health may from time to time determine to be communicable by means of sputum, saliva, or other bodily secretion or excretion.

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