Annual Report, Volume 18

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Page lix - No law shall embrace more than one object, which shall be expressed in its title...
Page xxviii - ... iron casket, hermetically sealed, and all enclosed in a strong, tight wooden box ; or the body...
Page xii - ... expenses necessarily incurred shall be audited by the board of State auditors and paid from the general fund.— § 418.
Page lxxi - Report on Medical Education, Medical Colleges, and the Regulation of the Practice of Medicine in the United States and Canada, 1765-1891.
Page lxii - An act to prevent the introduction of contagious or infectious diseases, provided that no vessel or vehicle coming from any foreign port or country where any contagious or infectious disease exists, or any vessel or vehicle conveying persons...
Page xxviii - Rule 6. The transit permits must be made with a stub to be retained by the person issuing it, the original permit must accompany the body to destination, and two coupons. The first coupon to be detached by...
Page lxvii - Magnetical and Meteorological Observations, made at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, in the year 1851, under the direction of George Biddell Airy, Esq.
Page 291 - The board of health shall examine into all nuisances, sources of filth, and causes of sickness, that may, in their opinion, be injurious to the health of the inhabitants within their town, or in any vessel within the harbor of such town, and the same shall destroy, remove or prevent, as the case may require.
Page lxviii - Annual Report of the Superintendent of Health of the City of Providence for the year ending December 31, 1900. Forty-sixth Annual Report upon the Births, Marriages, and Deaths in the City of Providence for 1900.
Page 241 - This cleansing, however, should be deferred until the physician in charge considers it prudent. After recovery from scarlet fever, no person should appear in public wearing the same clothing worn while sick with or recovering from this disease, except such clothing as has been thoroughly disinfected, and this without regard to the time which has elapsed since recovery.

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