Public Health Reports, Volume 23, Part 2

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U.S. Public Health Service, 1909 - Public health
 

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Contents

May 3
1099
June 814
1115
May 3June 9
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June 6
1133
May 10
1135
June 110
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I
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June 6
1163
June 1
1172
May
1180
June 12
1187
May 9
1197
Mav 17
1198
May 30
1221
June 6
1233
May 23
1253
June 6
1262
June 6
1279
June 6
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May 27
1330
June 6
1334
June 11
1379
June 10
1381
June 13
1393
May 23
1401
May 30
1405
June 6
1415
June 6
1607
population
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June 6
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74
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644
1644
May 30
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1793
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25
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1813
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1819
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1828
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1835
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1878
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1879
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Page 1359 - The following are received from Dr. Eduardo Liceaga, President of the Superior Board of Health of Mexico: September 2. There was 1 new case of yellow fever at the port of Veracruz on August 31. There was a new case of yellow fever at Merida August 31. Report from
Page 1013 - stovepipe, at one end of which portions are cut out so as to form legs of a length equal to the height of the lamp. The stovepipe should be of such a length as to support the basin containing the phenol-camphor about 10 inches above the
Page 1009 - inorganic refuse, such as cinders and ashes from houses and industrial establishments, may be employed, or sufficient earth may be dug from a near-by knoll or hill, care being observed that in so doing a depression capable of holding water is not made. Potholes in bowlders and irregularities in the rocky bed of a stream may be
Page 1010 - cover employed it should not be removed except for cleaning or refilling the barrel. The water should be drawn from a spigot. Where the water is very turbid and must undergo sedimentation before being used, several barrels should be provided for its storage and the water used from each barrel in turn. In such a case
Page 1008 - post holes, and holes in trees or tree stumps, but they usually prefer grass-bordered pools, slowly flowing ditches, the margins of lakes and streams, even such as are stocked with fish, provided the margins are shallow or are more or less choked with reeds and water plants so that the fish
Page 1013 - cubic feet. In this proportion the film of condensation is slight and is rapidly dissipated after the doors and windows are opened, which should be freely done after an exposure of two hours. As in the case of pyrethrum. sheets of paper preferably adhesive should be placed under
Page 1008 - from its pupal case through a rent in the region of the breathing tubes. The time from the laying of the egg to the emergence of the winged insect may therefore be as short
Page 1009 - and pupa, the latter being the adult, winged insect. Accordingly, the measures aimed at the destruction of the mosquito naturally fall into two classes: (a) Those directed against the larva and pupa—the aquatic stages—and (b) those directed against the adult.
Page 1014 - to carefully screen all outside windows and doors. The main entrance should in addition be guarded by a screened vestibule of such a depth as to make it impossible for a person to hold both doors open at the same time. The
Page 1188 - cases confirmed at Veracruz. The following is received from Dr. Eduardo Liceaga, President of the Superior Board of Health of Mexico: August 13. Five more cases confirmed yellow fever, Veracruz, on

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