Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin: University extension series, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Page 130 - ... dies from, or while suffering with or from any infectious or contagious disease, and to state in such report the specific name and type of such disease, and in the absence of an attending physician, it shall be the duty of every keeper of any boarding house or lodging house, and the proprietor of every lodging house or hotel, to report forthwith to the department of health, all known facts in regard to any person who died in any such house or hotel under his charge suffering from any of the following...
Page 207 - ... acts calling elections, acts providing for tax levies or appropriations for the usual current expenses of the state, and urgency measures necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health or safety, passed by a twothirds vote of all the members elected to each house.
Page 131 - ... order and direct that such premises or apartments and all infected articles therein be properly and suitably disinfected. In case there shall be no remaining occupants in such premises or apartments, and same shall be vacant, then the...
Page 233 - ... of the city, and to persons who shall apply therefor at the office of the city clerk. At the end of each year the council shall cause a full and complete examination of all the books and accounts of the city to be made by competent accountants...
Page 194 - Although in 1899, the city had been the fourth wealthiest city per capita in the United States, its municipal bonds immediately fell to sixty. Thousands of people were hurrying away and there were grave doubts as to whether or not the city could ever be preserved. To retain its population, confidence had to be restored and the city assured of protection against a repetition of the disaster. Under the strain the old municipal organization broke down. For years the annual expenditures had exceeded...
Page 132 - Tuberculosis is a communicable disease. These apartments have been occupied by a consumptive and may be infected. They must not be occupied until the order of the health officer directing their disinfection or renovation has been complied with. This notice must not be removed under the penalty of the law except by the health officer or other duly authorized official.
Page 132 - NOTICE Tuberculosis is a communicable disease. These apartments have been occupied by a consumptive and may be infected. They must not be occupied until the order of the health commissioner or health officer directing their renovation ar/d disinfection has been complied with.
Page 130 - ... and no person shall interfere with or obstruct the entrance, inspection or examination of any building or house, or the occupants thereof, by the health officer, commissioner of health or his assistants.
Page 209 - The council shall, at said first meeting, or as soon as practicable thereafter, elect by majority vote the following officers : A city clerk, solicitor, assessor, treasurer, auditor, civil engineer, city physician, marshal, chief of fire department, market master, street commissioner, three library trustees, and such other officers and assistants as shall be provided for by ordinance...
Page 271 - First That only those offices should be elective which are important enough to attract (and deserve) public examination. Second That very few offices should be filled by election at one time, so as to permit adequate and unconfused public examination of the candidates...

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