Rural Sanitation in the Health Service, Volumes 1-3

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1916
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Page 84 - That all those powers which relate to merely municipal legislation, or what may, perhaps, more properly be called internal police, are not thus surrendered or restrained; and that, consequently, in relation to these, the authority of a State is complete, unqualified and exclusive.
Page 18 - Treasury, necessary to prevent the introduction of contagious or infectious diseases into the United States from foreign countries, or into one State or Territory or the District of Columbia from another State or Territory...
Page 23 - ... to be called, to prepare and distribute suitable and necessary forms for the collection and compilation of such statistics, and said statistics, when transmitted to the...
Page 18 - Service shall, immediately after this act takes effect, examine the quarantine regulations of all .State and municipal boards of health, and shall, under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, co-operate with and aid State and municipal boards of health...
Page 18 - Treasury, co-operate with and aid State and municipal boards of health in the execution and enforcement of the rules and regulations of such boards and in the execution and enforcement of the rules and regulations made by the Secretary of the Treasury to prevent the introduction of contagious or infectious diseases into the United States...
Page 18 - Into one State or Territory or the District of Columbia from another State or Territory or the District of Columbia...
Page 65 - EYES. 1. Are the child's eyes straight? 2. Is he free from chronic headache? 3. Does he do his work without fatigue? 4. Is he free from squinting or frowning? 5. Is the child free from postures which might indicate eye defects, such as leaning over too near the desk, holding the head on one side, etc.? 6. Are the eyes free from redness and discharge? 7. Are the eyelids healthy looking?
Page 15 - Guard are reviewed. In the Division of Personnel and Accounts are kept the records of the officers and of the expenditures of the appropriations. Through the Miscellaneous Division the various service publications are issued, including the annual reports, public health reports, supplements, and reprints, public health bulletins, bulletins of the Hygienic Laboratory, and miscellaneous publications on health topics.
Page 23 - Treasury shall, if in his judgment it is necessary and proper, make such additional rules and regulations as are necessary to prevent the introduction of such diseases into the United States from foreign countries, or into one State or Territory or the District of Columbia...
Page 18 - ... as are necessary to be observed by vessels at the port of departure and on the voyage, where such vessels sail from any foreign port or place to any port or place in the United States, to secure the best sanitary condition of such vessel, her cargo, passengers and crew; which shall be published and communicated to and enforced by the consular officers of the United States.

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