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Published 1898
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Vol. 33, pt. 2, v. 34-36 are reprints from the American journal of public hygiene; v. 37 from American journal of public health.

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12 Queen St., Lyons, NY - Page xvi
D 12 Queen St., Lyons, NY 1896 VEEDER, ANDREW TRUAX, MD Home Office Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1896 VINNEDGE, WW, M. D Lafayette, Ind. ...
1532 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa - Page xi
D 1532 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1874 LEITER, LZ, Esq PO Drawer L, Chicago, III. 1876 LEIGHTON, MARSHALL, Montclair, NJ 1897 LEMP, WILLIAM T St. ...
33 Sheboygan St., Fond du Lac, Wis - Page xii
33 Sheboygan St., Fond du Lac, Wis. 1896 MCSHANE, JAMES FRANCIS, MD 2 So. Patterson Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. 1892 MACDONALD, JOHN D., M. ...
736 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa - Page ix
D 736 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1890 FOOTE, CHARLES JENKINS, MD 305 Howard Ave., New Haven. Conn. 1895 FORGET, LUCIEN, Montreal, PQ 1894 FORMENTO, ...
316 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa - Page vii
1892 COOK, RICHARD J 316 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1897 COPLIN, WILLIAM L 1419 So. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1897 CORNELL UNIVERSITY Ithaca, ...
34 Niagara St., Niagara Falls, NY - Page vii
D 34 Niagara St., Niagara Falls, NY 1896 CANDEE, JAMES WILLIS, MD . . . 402 Warren St., Syracuse, NY 1896 CANTWELL, AW, M. D Davenport, Iowa. ...
49 Nassau St., Princeton, NJ - Page xiii
D Princeton, NJ 1897 OSBORXE, EDWIN P 49 Nassau St., Princeton, NJ 1897 OTIS,EDWARD OSGOOD, MD 308 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. ...
448 South Salina St., Syracuse, NY - Page x
1897 HEFFRON, JOHN LORENZO, MD 448 South Salina St., Syracuse, NY 1894 HENGF.RER, WILLIAM Buffalo, NY 1896 HERBERT, CHARLES P. ...
Guanajuato - Page 476
the typhus has almost disappeared from Guanajuato, notwithstanding that it has raged in several towns not far off and in frequent intercourse with our ...
1932 West Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky - Page xvii
1932 West Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. 1895 WELCH, WILLIAM, MD . . . 821 No. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1897 WENDE, ERNEST, M. D 296 Water St., ...
Buffalo - Page 11
We are happy to make record that at our last meeting in Buffalo the method of diagnosing typhoid fever as discovered and described by Widal of Paris ...
more pages: 20
Chilpancingo - Page 424
to proceed at once to the city of Chilpancingo for the purpose of making an exact diagnosis after a careful study of the epidemic. ...
Philadelphia - Page 418
A wide field of work has opened before this committee as it fully realizes the long years of suffering to be the doom of the children of Philadelphia ...
more pages: 215
Minneapolis - Page 317
an ordinance to provide for the inspection of milk dairies and dairy herds and to license and regulate the sale of milk in the city of Minneapolis. ...
Boston - Page 251
By the employment of scientific methods it is easily possible to carry passengers from Boston to Chicago with no more annoyance from the three evils ...
more pages: 209
New Orleans - Page 334
The system in New Orleans, originated and developed principally by Dr. AS Wheeler, is perhaps as perfect as exists anywhere in the United States. ...
Charleston - Page 18
The discussions as to who shall take charge in such a crisis are futile. With us in Charleston our mayor and prominent citizens, since the advent.
Toronto - Page 217
Recently my attention was called to a patented process (and most all of these processes are patented) by a man named Harris in Toronto, whereby the ...
more pages: 280
Lansing - Page 374
and to send to any person requesting the same, after my return to Lansing, all additional information that may be required.
Washington, DC - Page 37
and that efforts be made to influence the Congress of the United States to establish a Department of Public Health at Washington, DC ...
Chicago - Page 251
By the employment of scientific methods it is easily possible to carry passengers from Boston to Chicago with no more annoyance from the three evils ...
Port Huron - Page 318
All dealers in or vendors of milk in the city of Port Huron shall be required to register with the clerk of the board of health of said city, ...
Lawrence, Mass - Page 415
Our committee visited not only the Louisville water-works, but also the sand filters at Lawrence, Mass. I have been thus particular in giving an ...
Wakefield, Mass - Page 409
ABBOTT, of Wakefield, Mass.—I have nothing to say in regard to the question of ventilation, but simply desire to state one fact which occurred some ...
New York - Page 215
I believe New York has just adopted the same system. We are delighted with this process of reduction, as well as with the fact that it makes saleable ...
more pages: 448
Baltimore - Page 179
only a part at the spinning mill, the rest by the margin of the sea in Baltimore, observed more even and larger product per loom even on coarse duck.
Mora, Minn - Page 230
Scofield, health officer of Mora, Minn. There appears to have been a small epidemic of the disease, as yet another has since been reported, ...
Brooklyn - Page 38
Hill, from the bacteriological department of the city of Brooklyn, who has devised a method or apparatus for collecting water from streams and ponds ...
Nashville, Tenn - Page 455
These rules were presented to the National Conference of State Boards of Health at its last meeting held in Nashville, Tenn., in August of the present ...
ASBURY PARK, NJ - Page 449
ASBURY PARK, NJ, June 1st, 1897. DEAR SIR : At the last meeting of the American Public Health Association, a committee was appointed to examine into ...
Brattleboro, Vt - Page 43
Holton, of Brattleboro, Vt. The president appointed as a Committee to Audit the Accounts of the Treasurer, Drs. Reynolds, Walsh, and Wright. ...
Montreal - Page 18
Formento, speaking for the international committee, in his report on the prevention of the spread of yellow fever read at our Montreal meeting, said; ...
Brunswick, Maine - Page 101
Robinson, professor of chemistry in Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, was made chairman, and authorized to appoint four associates. ...
St. Louis - Page 183
The gentleman from St. Louis has referred to its effect in bronchitis. If any one of you will take the time to study the progress of diphtheria, ...
London - Page 275
It was also shown that hospitals of the same character have existed in considerable numbers in England; four of them in London in densely settled ...
HERKIMER, NY - Page 443
WALTER SUITER, AM, MD, HERKIMER, NY It seems that the time has arrived when the attention of this Association, and through it, that of public health ...
Harrisburg - Page 419
We sent letters to both branches of the legislature at Harrisburg endorsing the bill, and we called a mass meeting of the citizens, which about twenty ...
New Haven - Page 43
The president appointed as a Committee to Audit the Accounts of the Treasurer, Drs. Reynolds, Walsh, and Wright. DR. FRANKLIN W. WRIGHT, of New Haven, ...
St. Paul, Minn - Page 229
An Irish water spaniel, bitten two weeks previously by a supposedly rabid dog in St. Paul, Minn., showed symptoms simulating.
Charleston, SC - Page 28
who is chief health officer of the city of Charleston, SC It will be impossible for me to remain and listen to your president's address, ...
Indianapolis, Indiana - Page 260
HURTY, of Indianapolis, Indiana.—I want to add a few words in regard to car disinfection, which was referred to as now being enforced on the Big Four ...
Paris - Page 76
For preserving media in bulk the method employed at the Pasteur Institute in Paris is most efficient. Bulbs of moderately thick glass, with a capacity ...
Providence, Rhode Island - Page 291
Professor Law states that after a lecture at Providence, Rhode Island, a gentleman of North Hadley, Mass., publicly stated that his only child, ...
Glasgow - Page 293
Russell, health officer of Glasgow, is so impressed with the danger of tubercular infection by milk that he regards the supervision of the milk.
North Hadley, Mass - Page 291
Professor Law states that after a lecture at Providence, Rhode Island, a gentleman of North Hadley, Mass., publicly stated that his only child, ...
Quebec - Page 338
Nevertheless both Quebec and Mexico, in their adoption of the Bertillon system, have so far changed it as to include stillbirths in the regular list ...
PATERSON, NJ - Page 401
LEAL, AM, MD, PATERSON, NJ The chairman of the committee on sanitation, with special reference to drainage, plumbing, and ventilation of public and ...
Kensington - Page 419
The work of this committee has been the establishment of a playground in the mill district of Kensington, where a plot of high ground was secured. ...
Cleveland - Page 456
I was a member of one of the joint committees that met in the city of Cleveland at the call of the General Baggage Agents' Association to formulate ...
Syracuse, NY - Page 154
SEARS, of Syracuse, NY—I am very much interested in this subject, and I think the papers are of great value. I must disagree with the writers that the ...
Dunkerque - Page 287
large subventions from the departments, and in five years ten hospitals of 1756 beds existed along the ocean from the Mediterranean to Dunkerque. ...
Milwaukee, Wis - Page 397
UOB WINGATE, of Milwaukee, Wis.—In regard to the drafting of this bill, it has been drafted by several gentlemen who have had a great deal of ...
Ottawa - Page 41
of Ottawa, Canada, was now accorded the privileges of the floor, and extended an invitation to the Association to hold its next meeting in Ottawa. ...
Altoona - Page 14
its immediate neighborhood, Altoona and Wandsbeck, using filtered water, having been entirely free from cholera except the cases carried there from ...
BENSON, MINN - Page 226
BENSON, MINN. DEAR SIR : I send you by express the head of a dog, which was killed here February 26, suspected of having hydrophobia. ...
Louisville - Page 439
No doubt it was prevailing before the man left Ocean Springs and came to Louisville, because there was already considerable mortality at Ocean Springs ...
Cincinnati - Page 256
They beat us at Cincinnati, and, with that exception, I do not think there is any system that has cleaner cars than the ' Big Four. ...
San Francisco - Page 243
Louis, Denver, and San Francisco, would be difficult, and would lead to complications which would prove, it is believed, well nigh insurmountable. ...
Piedmont, W. Va - Page 187
Below this mill is the town of Piedmont, W. Va., contributing offal to the stream. On the opposite side at the town of Westernport, George's Creek ...
Atlanta, Ga - Page 208
In the Southern states, however, the term " garbage" is sometimes applied to dry refuse (Atlanta, Ga.) and to a mixture of dry refuse with animal and ...
Concord, NH - Page 40
Conn, of Concord, NH, contributed a paper on " Car Sanitation," which was read by Dr. Swarts, of Providence, in the absence of the author. ...
New Market, Minn - Page 225
On the morning of February 12, 1897, a strange dog, much emaciated, appeared in the village of New Market, Minn. ...
Memphis - Page 22
Thornton, the president of the board of health of Memphis, writes to me that " the general health of Memphis has improved decidedly within the past ...
Long Branch, NJ - Page 4
A committee on permanent organization was elected, and they issued a call for a meeting at the Ocean Hotel, Long Branch, NJ, September 12, 1872. ...
Bridgeport - Page 216
I saw the one in Bridgeport. As Mr. Hering states, although it is possible in many instances by different.
New Castle, Delaware - Page 53
To the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company for their special train back to the city from New Castle, Delaware; ...
Staten Island, NY - Page 101
Doty, Staten Island, NY Dr. George M. Sternberg, Washington, DC Dr. Eduardo A. Lice"aga, Mexico, Mex. It is well known that a similar committee was ...
Denver - Page 247
The commission further quote from a paper presented at the meeting of this association in Denver, 1895, by Prof. ...
Death Valley, California - Page 169
One of the most arid regions in the world is Death Valley, California, where in 1891, from May to September, five months, a mean of twenty-three per ...
Green Bay, Wis - Page 295
Holder, in the Medical Record, gives the Indian mortality from consumption as 50 per cent, of all deaths at Green Bay, Wis., Tulalip, Wis., ...
Coatzacoalcos - Page 423
Nevertheless, the delegate in Coatzacoalcos reports that according to the report sent in by the political chief of the county, there were four ...
Hidalgotitlan - Page 423
there were four suspicious cases in the municipality of Zaragoza, two in the month of May, one in July, and another in the village of Hidalgotitlan. ...
Pittsburgh - Page 261
Darlington) is interested in this matter, and carried the facts that I have given to you to Pittsburgh, where this matter was discussed at a meeting ...
Lookout Mountain, Tenn - Page 253
In a paper read at the second annual meeting of the Association of Surgeons of the Southern Railway company, held at Lookout Mountain, Tenn., ...
East Orange, NJ - Page 46
FE Stewart of East Orange, NJ, read a paper entitled " A Plan for Purifying Water and Disposal of Sewage." Mr. FH Newell, Hydrographer of the US ...
Albany, NY - Page 329
Albany, NY, on October 6th and yth, 1896, when the following action was taken, and a copy of the same is sent you in accordance with such resolution.
Decatur, Ala - Page 426
and three occurring in Decatur, Ala., during the epidemic of 1888, show that no micro-organism, other than my bacillus x, develops in the culture ...
Cumberland, Md - Page 186
The main source of pollution of the Potomac is at that portion of the headwaters in the vicinity of Cumberland, Md., other streams, including the ...
Lafayette, Ind - Page 42
Severance Burrage, of Lafayette, Ind., read a paper on " Fumigation Experiments with Formaldehyde." Dr. EA de Schweinitz, of Washington, DC, ...
Biloxi - Page 441
Haralson, of Biloxi, and Dr. Gant, both members of the Mississippi board of health, and others, decided that the disease was not yellow fever. ...
Victoria, BC - Page xix
George Hall Duncan, MD, Secretary, Victoria, BC Board meets in Board of Health rooms, Parliament Buildings, quarterly, on second Wednesday in March, ...
Iowa City - Page 459
SHRADER, of Iowa City, la.—As I understand this mat-ter it comes before us as a report of the committee for adoption. I have had considerable to do ...
Zaragoza - Page 423
there were four suspicious cases in the municipality of Zaragoza, two in the month of May, one in July, and another in the village of Hidalgotitlan. ...
Lancaster - Page 312
133 were examined and 69 found tubercular, or 52 per cent.; in Lancaster count}', 464 were examined and 123 found tubercular, or 26.5 per cent. ...
Nanaimo, BC - Page xix
Mathew Lefevre, MD, Vancouver, BC; Richard Eden Walker, MD, New Westminster, BC; Louis Thomas Davis, MD, Nanaimo, BC; George Hall Duncan, MD, ...
New Westminster, BC - Page xix
Mathew Lefevre, MD, Vancouver, BC; Richard Eden Walker, MD, New Westminster, BC; Louis Thomas Davis, MD, Nanaimo, BC; George Hall Duncan, MD, ...
Little Rock - Page xxi
Dr. HC Dunavant, Little Rock, President; Dr. RG Jennings, Little Rock, Secretary; Dr. JM Park, Little Rock; Dr. GW Hudspeth, Little Rock; Dr. ...
Berlin - Page 214
Within the last two years, extensive experiments have been made in the cities of Hamburg and Berlin on the subject of garbage and refuse cremation, ...
more pages: 322
Munich - Page 409
and the introduction of a pure general water supply, the death rate from typhoid fever alone in Munich has been reduced over 96 per cent. ...
Hamburg - Page 214
Within the last two years, extensive experiments have been made in the cities of Hamburg and Berlin on the subject of garbage and refuse cremation, ...
Kiel - Page 121
Several coffee acids had at that time been isolated by Professor Pfaff, of Kiel, but which one possessed the deodorizing property Weiss was not ...
Algiers - Page 289
In Algiers the cattle are few and live for the most part in the open air away from cities, and it is found that tuberculosis does not increase among ...
Venice - Page 196
I will remind you that the ancient city of Mexico was built on a lake and had a complete system of canals, instead of streets, like in Venice, ...
Montevideo - Page 425
Sanarelli are'confirmed, who appears to have discovered the yellow-fever microbe in the city of Montevideo. A knowledge of the cause of the disease ...
San Lazaro - Page 196
This work consists of three parts: a canal which starts from the gate of San Lazaro and has a length of forty-seven kilometres, 580 metres, ...
Tripoli - Page 257
Clean and wipe windows with Tripoli and waste for each 100 miles or more. 8. Wipe off body and trucks of car each trip of 100 miles or more, ...
Copenhagen - Page 292
At Copenhagen, in 1888, for cattle of all ages the percentage of tuberculous ones was 6 per cent., while for cows the proportion was 16 per cent. ...
Vienna - Page 22
Let us look at a few statistics of two American cities, New York and Boston, and the European cities of London, Berlin, and Vienna, during the present ...
Rome - Page 444
Again, it is worth noting that even in ancient Greece and Rome, barbers and bathers were associated in their labors and rivaled the physicians of that ...
Leipzig - Page 313
of the carcasses of calves, steers, and cows were tubercular; in Leipzig, 26 per cent, of the cows, 15.4 per cent, of the bulls, and 9.3 per cent, ...