Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Sanitary Officers of the State of New York, Volume 7

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Page 32 - It is a partnership in all science -, a partnership in all art ; a partnership in every virtue, and in all perfection. As the ends of such a partnership can not be obtained in many generations, it becomes a partnership not only between those who are living, but between those who are living, those who are dead, and those who are to be born.
Page 59 - Slight or no constitutional symptoms (particularly including gastric or intestinal disturbances or rapid loss of weight). Slight or no elevation of temperature, or acceleration of pulse at any time during the twentyfour hours, especially after rest. Expectoration usually small in amount or absent. Tubercle bacilli may be present or absent.
Page 112 - York, which has made such provision for the disposal of its sewage as not to pollute or contaminate therewith any river, stream, lake or other body of water, may have and maintain an action in the supreme court to prevent the discharge of any sewage or substance deleterious to health, or which shall injure the potable qualities of the water in any river, stream, lake or other body of water, from which such incorporated city or village shall take or receive its water supply, provided, that such river,...
Page 84 - From the excellent regulations which subsist in several cotton factories, it appears that many of these evils may, in a considerable degree, be obviated ; we are therefore warranted by experience, and are assured we shall have the support of the liberal proprietors of these factories, in proposing an application for Parliamentary aid (if other methods appear not likely to effect the purpose), to establish a general...
Page 83 - ... and the right conformation of the human body. And we cannot excuse ourselves on the present occasion from suggesting to you, who are the guardians of the public weal, this further very important consideration, that the rising generation should not be debarred from all opportunities of instruction at the only season of life in which they can be properly improved.
Page 176 - ... offered for sale or delivered in the City of New York without a permit from the Board of Health...
Page 179 - ... to clean or cause them to be cleaned immediately upon emptying. No person shall use or cause or allow to be used any receptacle which is used in the transportation...
Page 43 - ... of diseased animals. The Bang method, modified to suit the local conditions, has been applied with great success in Hungary, where the reports show that many highly infected herds have been freed of the disease in from four to six years. In Norway and Sweden the results have been equally good. Prof.
Page 162 - E's, asking the child to tell by the movement of the hand the side on which there is an opening on the E's, ie, up, down, right or left. Rule 9. The lines on the chart are numbered to indicate the distance the respective letters should be read by the normal eye. The record is made by a fraction, of which the numerator represents the distance of the chart from the child and the denominator the lowest line he can correctly read. Thus, if at 20 feet the pupil reads the line marked 20 feet, the vision...
Page 108 - WS 152. A review of the laws forbidding pollution of inland waters in the United States, second edition, by EB Goodell.

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