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Page 145 - The local boards shall also regulate all fees and charges of persons employed by them in the execution of the health laws and of their own regulations.
Page 128 - The use of carpets, rugs, etc., ought always to be avoided. 3. Do not fail to wash thoroughly the eating utensils of a person suspected of having consumption as soon after eating as possible, using boiling water for the purpose.
Page 104 - ... zinc, copper or tin case and all enclosed in a strong outside wooden box of material not less than one inch and a half thick.
Page 126 - It is, furthermore, to be remembered that consumption is not always, as was formerly supposed, a fatal disease, but that it is in very many cases a distinctly curable affection. An individual who is well on the road to recovery may, if he does not with the greatest care destroy his sputum, diminish greatly his chances of recovery by self-inoculation. While the greatest danger of the spread of the disease from the sick to the well is in private houses and in hospitals, yet, if this danger is thoroughly...