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Page 236 - The limitations which this statute places upon her contractual powers, upon her right to agree with her employer as to the time she shall labor, are not imposed solely for her benefit, but also largely for the benefit of all. Many words cannot make this plainer. The two sexes differ
Page 236 - The two sexes differ hi structure of body, in the functions to be performed by each, in the amount of physical strength, in the capacity for long-continued labor, particularly when done standing, the influence of vigorous health upon the future well-being of the race, the self-reliance which enables one to assert full rights, and in the capacity to maintain the struggle for subsistence.
Page 236 - in the capacity for long-continued labor, particularly when done standing, the influence of vigorous health upon the future well-being of the race, the self-reliance which enables one to assert full rights, and in the capacity to maintain the struggle for subsistence.
Page 27 - The struggle with tuberculosis is intimately bound up with the solution of the most complex economic problems, and no plans will be complete which have not for their basis the material and moral improvement of the people. The struggle with tuberculosis demands the mobilization of all social forces, public and private, official and voluntary.
Page 480 - there were few consumptives in the old world, when men lived much upon milk, and that the ancient inhabitants of this Island were less troubled with coughs when they went naked and slept in caves and woods than men now in chambers and feather beds.
Page 235 - and Mr. Justice Peckham, delivering the opinion of the court, said : the case, the individuals, whose rights are thus made the subject of legislative interference, are under the protection of the federal constitution regarding their liberty of contract as well as of person ; and the legislature of the State has no power to limit their right as proposed in this statute.
Page 675 - diet" cures, plasters, serums, etc.) widely advertised in the daily papers are, in the opinion of the Committee, without value, and do not at all justify the extravagant claims made for them, and serve chiefly to enrich their promoters at the expense of the poor and frequently ignorant or credulous consumptive
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