The Sanitarian: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Preservation of Health, Mental and Physical Culture ..., Volume 41

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A.N. Bell, 1898 - Hygiene

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Page 403 - Love all, trust a few, Do wrong to none; be able for thine Enemy Rather in power, than use; and keep thy Friend Under thy own life's key ; be checked for Silence, But never tax'd for Speech. —Shakespeare.
Page 376 - five years service, up to forty percentum after twenty years service. The tenure of office is permanent. Officers travelling under orders are allowed actual expenses. For further information or for invitation to appear before the Board of Examiners, address, Supervising Surgeon-General,
Page 325 - $2,500, to be paid out of the funds, or appropriations, of the board, and shall serve for four years from the date of his election. He shall be removable at the pleasure of the board. He shall give bond to the State of Louisiana for the faithful performance of his duty, in such sum and with such surety thereon as
Page 376 - at the rate of thirty, forty or fifty dollars a month, according to grade, is allowed. All grades above that of Assistant Surgeon receive longevity pay, ten per centum in addition to the regular salary, for even
Page 202 - who used it by its recognized result as an efficient disinfectant. for many years, but it was not until 1884, when Dr. Sternberg reported that by actual experiment it was fatal to all of the pathogenic and non-pathogenic organisms tested, in the absence of spores (with the single exception of sarcina lutea), at a temperature of 143.6
Page 228 - where all the import and export trade is transacted. Playa has about 5.000 inhabitants, and here are situated the custom-house, the office of the captain of the port, and all the consular offices. The port is spacious and will hold vessels of 25 feet draft. The climate, on account of the sea breezes during the day and land
Page 294 - Calisthenics may be very genteel and romping very ungenteel, but one is the shadow, the other the substance of healthy exercise. Girls need health as much, nay more, than boys. They can only obtain it as boys do, by running, tumbling, by all sorts of innocent vagrancy.
Page 230 - The island of Vieque, situated 13 miles east of Puerto Rico, is 21 miles long and 6 miles wide. Its land is very fertile and adapted to the cultivation of almost all the fruits and vegetables that grow in the West Indies. Cattle are raised and sugar cultivated. It has a population of some

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