Report, Volume 29
1881/82-1882/83, 1936/38- include also the registration reports for 1881-1882, 1936/37-
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Page 77 - Burns 1894, provides that it shall be the duty of local boards of health to protect the public health by the removal of causes of disease when known, and in all cases to take prompt action to arrest the spread of contagious diseases, to abate and remove nuisances dangerous to the public health, and to perform...
Page 38 - ... without first obtaining the advice and approval of the state board of health, and that the location of all dams, reservoirs and wells to be used as sources of water supply under this act shall be subject to the approval of said board.
Page 208 - Set A. For Young Men. Set B. For General Public. Set C. For Boys. Set D. For Parents of Children. Set E. For Girls and Young Women. Set F. For Educators.
Page 6 - Extracts from opinipn of Barber v. School Board handed down Nov. 3, 1926, by the Supreme Court of New Hampshire. In this case the court held that "The constitutionality of vaccination statutes has been passed upon in many cases, and the uniform conclusion has been that they constitute a valid exercise of the police power of the state.
Page 226 - The prenatal consultations conducted by the Division of Maternity, Infancy and Child Hygiene of the State...
Page 75 - ... proceeding with the plan which contemplates securing water from the island well. On behalf of the Board, approval is given to this project, in case it is desired to put it into effect. It is immaterial to the latter however whether your district elects this project or decides to install filtration. The point it is desired to make at this time is that our Board would be derelict in its duty to your citizens were it to remain inactive appreciably longer in this matter. One proposition or the other...
Page 7 - The plaintiff rests his case upon the proposition that in all cases one certificate is sufficient for all time. This construction cannot be adopted. The meaning of the statute is that a new certificate may be required whenever there is reasonable ground to believe that there may have been such a change of conditions that the child is no longer "an unfit subject for vaccination.
Page 52 - ... work, it was found necessary to increase the laboratory force by the appointment of an additional assistant analyst. The report of the chief analyst presents a detailed account of the work of the food .and drug laboratory for the fourteen months ended Nov. 30, 1906. The force employed by the Board in this department at the close of the period covered by this report comprised the following persons : — ALBERT K.
Page 38 - These plans called for the construction of a rapid sand (mechanical) filtration plant at a point on the west side of the river about two miles above the...
Page 16 - Number of Water Examinations As indicated by the summary of analyses as contained in the appended table, there were examined during the biennial period ending June 30, 1924, a total of 3,008 samples.