Annual Report

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Printing Department, 1900
 

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Page 129 - No railroad corporation, or other common carrier or person, shall convey or cause to be conveyed, through or from any city or town in this commonwealth, the remains of any person who has died of small-pox, scarlet fever, diphtheria, or typhoid fever...
Page 140 - Every person engaged in the production, storage, transportation, sale, delivery or distribution of milk, immediately on the occurrence of any case or cases of...
Page 140 - Such box or refrigerator shall be properly drained and cared for, and shall be kept tightly closed, except during such intervals as are necessary for the introduction or removal of ice cream or ice, and they shall be kept only in such locations and under such conditions as shall be approved by the Board of Health.
Page 130 - Whereas, cows' milk is one of the most common and necessary articles of food, and is oftentimes seriously impaired in usefulness and rendered dangerous to health by the want of proper care in its production or subsequent treatment or handling ; it is, therefore, ordered that the following regulation be and is hereby adopted : — SECTION 1. No person shall use any building as a stable for cows, unless it contains at least...
Page 129 - ... fever, diphtheria, or typhoid fever, until such body has been so encased and prepared as to preclude any danger of communicating the disease to others by its transportation ; and no local registrar or clerk shall give a permit for the removal of such body until he has received from the board of health of the city, or the selectmen of the town where the death occurred, a certificate, stating the cause of death, and that said body has been prepared in the manner set forth in this section, which...
Page 131 - Ordered, That any vessel arriving at this port, which has on board at the time of her arrival, or has had during her passage to this port, any sickness of a contagious infectious, or doubtful character which may be dangerous to the public health, or which has come from or has been in any port or place which has been epidemically infected with any contagious or infectious disease within the six months next preceding such arrival, or has on board any merchandise which has come by transhipment from...
Page 129 - Commonwealth, the remains of any person who has died of small-pox, scarlet fever, diphtheria, or typhoid fever, until such body has been so encased and prepared as to preclude any danger of communicating the disease to others by its transportation, and no local registrar...
Page 137 - PM, in or occupy any part of the following streets, ways, or squares, namely, Haymarket square, Sudbury street, Court street from Sudbury street to Scollay square, Scollay square, Tremont street from Scollay square to Eliot street, Eliot street from Tremont street to Washington street...
Page 121 - REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR OF MILK AND VINEGAR. BUREAU OF MILK INSPECTION, 994 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MASS.
Page 135 - The board of health hereby forbids the exercise of the trades or employments of slaughtering animals, rendering animal matter (except fresh tallow), manufacturing fertilizers, mixing or storing refuse, animal or vegetable substances, smoking fish or meat, or the keeping, sorting or breaking or otherwise handling of rotten or offensive eggs...

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