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10,549 Reported Deaths acetanilid Acute Lung Diseases Attleborough bacilli Bedford benzoic acid Beverly board of health Boston Brockton Brookline butter Cambridge camphor cent Chelsea Chicopee CITIES AND TOWNS Clinton contained added water cream Deaths under Five diphtheria diphtheria bacilli District Esti Everett fæces Fall River fectious Fitchburg food and drugs Framingham Gardner Gloucester Haverhill Holyoke Hyde Park infected INFECTIOUS DISEASES inspectors of health Lawrence Leominster Letters were sent Lowell Lynn Malden Marlborough Massachusetts mated for 1907 Measles medical inspection medical officer Melrose Milford Milk total solids Newburyport Newton North Adams Northampton Number found oleomargarine Peabody person Phthisis Pittsfield Plymouth Population Preserved with benzoic provisions public health Quincy Recapitulation reporting towns RETURNS OF DEATHS Revere Salem samples scarlet fever SECTION sell Somerville Southbridge Springfield syrup Taunton tion Total number Total of reporting tubercle bacilli tuberculosis typhoid fever Wakefield Waltham Watertown Webster WEEK ENDING WEEKLY RETURNS Westfield Weymouth Woburn Worcester
Page 28 - That no dealer shall be prosecuted under the provisions of this act when he can establish a guaranty signed by the wholesaler, jobber, manufacturer, or other party residing in the United States, from whom he purchases such articles, to the effect that the same is not adulterated or misbranded within the meaning of this act, designating it.
Page 28 - Act, designating it. Said guaranty, to afford protection, shall contain the name and address of the party or parties making the sale of such articles to such dealer, and in such case said party or parties shall be amenable to the prosecutions, fines and other penalties which would attach, in due course, to the dealer under the provision of this Act SEC.
Page 107 - The duty to provide for the medical inspection of children immediately before or at the time of or as soon as possible after their admission to a public elementary school, and on such other occasions as the Board of Education direct, and the power to make such arrangements as may be sanctioned by the Board of Education for attending to the health and physical condition of the children educated in public elementary schools: Provided, that in any exercise of powers under this section the local education...
Page 108 - ... upon the personality of the individual child, seeks to secure ultimately for every child, normal or defective, conditions of life compatible with that full and effective development of its organic functions, its special senses and its mental powers which constitute a true education.
Page 42 - SECTION 1. Should any midwife or nurse having charge of an infant in this State, notice that one or both eyes of such infant are inflamed or reddened, at any time within two weeks after its birth, it shall be the duty of such midwife or nurse...
Page 43 - ... red and show an unnatural discharge within two weeks after the birth of such infant, he shall immediately give notice thereof in writing over his own signature to the selectmen or board of health of the town, and if he refuses or neglects...
Page 107 - The powers and duties of a local education authority under Part III. of the education act, 1902, shall include : — (a) Power to provide for children attending public elementary schools, vacation schools, vacation classes, play centres, etc.
Page 107 - Act, 1902,(b) shall include the duty to provide for the medical inspection of children immediately before or at the time of or as soon as possible after their admission to a public elementary school, and on such other...
Page 43 - ... public health, he shall immediately give notice thereof in writing, over his own signature, to the selectmen or board of health of the town ; and if he refuses or neglects to give such notice he shall forfeit for each offence not less than fifty nor more than two hundred dollars.
Page 96 - The practical importance of this is, that it enables us to clean herds of tuberculous cattle by the periodic application of the tuberculin test and the segregation of all reacting animals. 6. The interval of time that elapses between infection with tuberculosis and the dangerous expulsion of tubercle bacilli cannot serve as a reason for retaining a tuberculous cow in a dairy herd after the fact that she is tuberculous has been determined. The duration of the interval after infection, before the expulsion...