Annual report of the State Department of Health of Maine. 1889-90

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Sprague & Son, 1890
 

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Page 221 - MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore.
Page 3 - RULE 4. The bodies of persons dead of diseases that are not contagious, infectious, or communicable, may be received for transportation to local points in same state ; when encased in a sound coffin or metallic case, and enclosed in a strong wooden box, securely fastened so it may be safely handled. But when it is proposed to transport them out of the State to an inter-state point (unless the.
Page 146 - Any person or persons offending against any of the provisions of this section shall forfeit and pay a penalty of one hundred dollars.
Page 147 - ... and extending along the entire frontage thereof, and upwards from six inches below the level of the floor thereof up to the surface of the said street or ground, an open...
Page 148 - ... of the house, or part of the house, of which he is the owner or lessee, to the satisfaction of the board of health...
Page 42 - ... condition of the eyes at once to some legally qualified practitioner of medicine of the city, town or district in which the parents of the infant reside. SECT. 2. Any failure to comply with the provisions of this act shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed one hundred dollars, or imprisonment not to exceed six months, or both.
Page 154 - All cast iron pipes must be sound, free from holes and of a uniform thickness of not less than one-eighth of an inch for a diameter of two, three or four inches, or five thirty-seconds of an inch for a diameter of five or six inches ; and in case the building is over sixty-five feet in height above the curb, the use of what is known as "extra heavy" pipe and corresponding fittings isrequired, which weigh as follows : 2 inches, 5 Ibs.
Page 3 - Every dead body must be accompanied by a person in charge, who must be provided with a passage ticket and also present a full first-class ticket marked "Corpse...
Page 179 - ... that the virus is present, whether there is disease of the udder or not; 3, that there is no ground for the assertion that there must be a lesion of the udder...
Page 148 - Every tenement or lodging house, and every part thereof, shall be kept clean and free from any accumulation •of dirt, filth, garbage, or other matter in or on the same, or in the yard, court, passage, area, or alley connected with or belonging to the same.

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