Weekly Bulletin of the Dept. of Health of the City of New York, Volumes 2-3

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Page 179 - Public health is purchasable; within natural limitations a community can determine its own death rate.
Page 8 - Absence of all constitutional symptoms, expectoration and bacilli may or may not be present; physical signs stationary or retrogressive, the foregoing conditions to have existed for at least two months.
Page 8 - No person shall cause, suffer or allow dense smoke to be discharged from any building, vessel, stationary or locomotive engine or motor vehicle, place or premises within The City of New York or upon the waters adjacent thereto, within the jurisdiction of said City.
Page 14 - SIR : At a meeting of the Board of Health of the Department of Health held...
Page 2 - ... hundred cubic feet of air space shall be provided and allowed for each bed or occupant, and no more beds or occupants shall be permitted than are thus provided for, unless free and adequate means of ventilation exist approved by the local board of health, and a special permit in writing therefor be granted by such board, specifying the number of beds or cubic air space which shall, under special circumstances, be allowed, which permit shall be kept conspicuously posted in such dormitory. The...
Page 3 - ... of the board of health of the department of health of the city of New York, apply to the city of New York or to the production and transportation of milk for said city.
Page 4 - Persons affected with tuberculosis or any other communicable disease shall not be employed in any of the departments of establishments where carcasses are dressed, meat is handled, or meat food products are prepared...
Page 367 - Nor shall any person, by any exposure of any individual sick of any contagious disease, or of the body of such person, or by any negligent act connected therewith, or in respect of the care or custody thereof, or by a needless exposure of himself, cause or contribute to, or promote the spread of disease from any such person, or from any dead body.

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