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Page 19 - Conklin was adopted, and the secretary was instructed to send a copy of the same to all members of Congress from Ohio.
Page 62 - ... it shall be the duty of all local boards of health, health authorities and officials, officers of state institutions...
Page 377 - President that by reason of the existence of cholera or other infectious or contagious disease in a foreign country there is serious danger of the introduction of the same into the United States, and that notwithstanding the quarantine defense, this danger is so increased by the introduction of persons or property from such country that a suspension of the right to introduce...
Page 377 - States, and that notwithstanding the quarantine defense this danger is so increased by the introduction of persons or property from such country that a suspension of the right to introduce the same is demanded in the interest of the public health, the President shall have power to prohibit, in whole or in part, the introduction of persons and property from such countries or places as he shall designate and for such period of time as he may deem necessary.
Page 377 - That it shall be unlawful for any merchant ship or other vessel from any foreign port or place to enter any port of the United States except in accordance with the provisions of this act and with such rules and regulations of State and municipal health authorities as may be made in pursuance of, or consistent with, this act...
Page 98 - ... existence of any infectious disease on said ship, the period of detention therefor at quarantine, local destination of the immigrant in any state or territory of the United States, and further certifying that he or she is free from any danger of conveying the contagion of Asiatic cholera or...
Page 98 - ... be subject to the quarantine rules of the states represented in this Conference and to any detention at the border, or within the territory, of such state, for such thoroughness of inspection as the authorities of each state may deem necessary. RULE 4. That immigrant passengers, if not conveyed on separate trains exclusively devoted to such service, shall be transported, when practicable, in separate cars to which access shall be denied to other passengers, and the disinfected baggage of such...
Page 64 - In the present state of our knowledge a definite answer cannot be made to these important queries, and we must await further work before the health officer can direct his measures to combat infantile paralysis with any assurance of success. Meanwhile the public must be given the benefit of the doubt, and the infection fought along all probable lines.
Page 334 - England's chief line ol defense in the prevention of cholera is good local sanitation. Her sanitarians claim that "if you have cholera it will be because yourself or those about you have made you liable to it by neglect." They have spent millions of dollars on sanitary improvements, and they undoubtedly have the best organized and most efficient sanitary service in the world. The great reduction of their death-rate from zymotic diseases proves conclusively that the money they have expended has been...
Page 49 - The Secretary read the minutes of the last meeting, which were approved. Dr. George A. Thompson, of Chicago, read a paper entitled :

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