Report, Volume 26

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Page 309 - MD Collinsville. EAST GRANBY Frank H. Dibble East Granby. EAST HARTFORD FH Mayberry, MD Burnside. EAST WINDSOR HO Allen, MD Broad Brook. ENFIELD GT Finch, MD Thompsonville. FARMINGTON JB Newton, MD Farmington.
Page 250 - INFANTILE PARALYSIS. Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the treasury of the commonwealth the sum of five thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the state board of health in its investigation of the disease known as anterior poliomyelitis or infantile paralysis. [Approved April 21, 1910. In pursuance of this resolve the Board has continued the investigation concerning this disease. The work was begun in 1907 and has increased annually in amount and importance. The report...
Page 10 - The following table gives a summary of the Vital Statistics of the State from 1848, the date of the first Registration Report, up to the present time. Previous to the year...
Page 309 - Steadman, MD NEW HAVEN COUNTY. Carleton E. Hoadley, Esq., County Health Officer, New Haven. NEW HAVEN FW Wright, MD New Haven. BEACON FALLS Chas.
Page 310 - MD MERIDEN HA Meeks, MD NEW HAVEN FW Wright, MD WATERBURY TJ Kilmartin, MD BOROUGH HEALTH OFFICERS. BRANFORD CW Gaylord, MD GUILFORD RB West, MD WEST HAVEN CD Phelps, MD NEW LONDON COUNTY.
Page 331 - Bulletin. Porto Rico Superior Board of Health Bulletin. Province of Quebec, Bulletin Sanitaire. Rhode Island State Board of Health Bulletin. Teachers' Sanitary Bulletin, Lansing, Michigan. Vermont State Board of Health, Quarterly Bulletin. Virginia State Board of Health, Monthly Bulletin. Washington, D. C, Public Health Report.
Page 329 - Annual Report of the Medical Officer of Health of the Administrative County of London.
Page 43 - Health Officers. Neither do they endorse in all instances the practice of sanitary administration as given in the reports.] REPORT OF HARTFORD COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER. To the Honorable State Board of Health of the State of Connecticut: In...
Page 264 - Classification of diseases is employed by the US government and is now adopted in Connecticut, in common with most of the other States and many of the cities, which make any systematic registration of vital statistics. While this arrangement of diseases in classes is somewhat different than in former years, the nomenclature of diseases is practically the same, and it will not be difficult to compare the causes of mortality in the two systems. Percentage to Deaths. Total Mortality. From the General...
Page 305 - All soap, perfume, bay rum, witch hazel and other toilet articles and all antiseptic solutions shall be of good quality. 9. No barber shop shall be considered to be in a sanitary condition if any part of said shop is used as a living, cooking or sleeping apartment.

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