Proceedings and Debates of the Fourth National Quarantine and Sanitary Convention: Held in the City of Boston, June 14, 15, and 16, 1860

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G.C. Rand & Avery, 1860 - Electronic books - 288 pages
 

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Page 182 - States, and give the bill of health required by these regulations. Vessels carrying a foreign flag shall be inspected, when practicable, in company with the consul or consular agent of the nation to which the vessel belongs.
Page 136 - God lent his creatures light and air, And waters open to the skies ; Man locks him in a stifling lair, And wonders why his brother dies...
Page 212 - That whenever a permit for burial is applied for, in case of death without the attendance of a physician, or if it be impossible to obtain a physician's certificate, it shall be the duty of the...
Page 190 - Resolved, That a committee of one from each State represented in this Convention be designated by the delegates of the several States, and appointed by the Chairman of the Convention, with power to confer with the governments of their respective States for the adoption of such code.* 3.
Page 100 - ... this Convention be and are hereby tendered to W. Byron Daniels, Secretary; Wm. S. Clark, Assistant Secretary; HD Cock, Sergeant-at-Arms, and AP Sharpstein and John W. Norris for the faithful and attentive discharge of their duties during the sessions of this Convention. On motion of Mr. Larrabee the following resolution was adopted : Resolved, That the thanks of this Convention be tendered to the several Clergymen who have attended upon the sessions of the Convention. The secretary on behalf...
Page 171 - President, suitable warehouses, with wharves and inclosures, where merchandise may be unladen and deposited, from any vessel which shall be subject to a quarantine or other restraint, pursuant to the health laws of any State, at such convenient places therein as the safety of the public revenue and the observance of such health laws may require.
Page 189 - Well persons shall have their liberties as soon as practicable, consistent with the preceding regulations; and all other measures essential for the protection of public health, shall be instituted according to the exigencies of the case, provided they are not inconsistent with the tenor and spirit of these regulations.
Page 257 - Of all the elements of the field, which, in their products, in the shape of corn and meat, are carried into the cities, and there consumed, nothing, or as good as nothing, returns to the fields.
Page 141 - Such graves as his are pilgrim shrines, Shrines to no code or creed confined — The Delphian vales, the Palestines, The Meccas of the mind.
Page 97 - Sanders offered the following resolution, which was adopted: — RESOLVED, That a committee of five...

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