Report, Volume 24

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1881/82-1882/83, 1936/38- include also the registration reports for 1881-1882, 1936/37-
 

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Page 236 - Carolina against any person charged with the commission of any crime without or within said jurisdiction may be executed thereon in like manner as if this act had not been passed.
Page 236 - In more recent days the principle was applied when the governor of a soldiers' home was convicted for disregard of a state law concerning the use of oleomargarine, while furnishing it to the inmates of the home as part of their rations. It was said that the federal officer was not "subject to the jurisdiction of the State in regard to those very matters of administration which are thus approved by Federal authority.
Page 13 - Third. If in package form, the quantity of the contents be not plainly and conspicuously marked on the outside of the package in terms of weight, measure, or numerical count: Provided, however, that reasonable variations shall be permitted, and tolerances and also exemptions as to small packages shall be established by rules and regulations made in accordance with the provisions of section three of this act.
Page 227 - Act for the better protection of public water supplies," the following regulations are promulgated: REGULATIONS OF THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE PURITY OF THE WATER OF CANOBIE LAKE, IN THE TOWNS OF SALEM AND WINDHAM.
Page 236 - The power is hereby conferred upon Congress to pass such laws and to make or provide for the making of such, rules and regulations of both civil and criminal nature and provide punishment...
Page 26 - The author has investigated the subject by suspending in septic tanks a large number of solid organic substances, such as cooked vegetables, cabbages, turnips, potatoes, peas, beans, bread, various forms of cellulose, flesh in the form of the dead bodies of animals, skinned and unskinned, various kinds of fat, bones, cartilage, etc., and has shown that many of these substances are almost completely dissolved in from three to four weeks. They first presented a swollen appearance, and increased in...
Page 235 - ... made by Congress for furnishing food to the inmates of the home, nor has it power to prohibit or regulate the furnishing of any article of food which is approved by the officers of the home, by the Board of Managers and by Congress. Under such circumstances the police power of the State...
Page 41 - During four months of 1898 there were over 2,000 cases of typhoid among 10,000 soldiersencamped in Florida; in 1911, among 20,000 men similarly encamped, there were but 2 cases. If such a degree of immunity can be harmlessly conferred upon a body of men living under adverse conditions and whose age renders them susceptible, the conclusion is that protection can just as easily be afforded ordinary citizens. Anti-typhoid vaccination is quite as simple as that for smallpox and even children do not complain....
Page 237 - Such permits may not include land or deposits in (a) national parks; (6) forests created under the act of March 1, 1911 (36 Stat., 961), known as the Appalachian Forest Reserve act; (c) lands in military or naval reservations; or (d) Indian reservations.
Page 75 - No person, corporation, or association, supplying water to the public for domestic use, shall have resort to, hold in reserve, or maintain a connection through which water may be received from, any auxiliary or emergency source of supply, the quality of which has not been approved by the state board of health and under regular inspection thereby, unless such source shall have been duly declared to and registered by the said board. Every valve, gate, or other device for controlling or preventing the...

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