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Vols. for 1896/97- include also 41st- (1st- biennial) report relating to the registry and returns of births, marriages, deaths and divorces in the state of Vermont, 1897-

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Side 33 - A physician who knows or has reason to believe that a person whom he treats or prescribes for is infected with either gonorrhea or syphilis shall immediately report the name, address, age and sex of such person to the secretary of the state board of health, for which report he shall receive the sum of twenty-five cents to be paid by the state board of health. A physician who fails to make such report shall be fined not more than two hundred dollars.
Side 33 - The State Board of Health shall make and enforce such rules and regulations for the quarantining and treatment of cases of gonorrhea and syphilis reported to it as may be deemed necessary for the protection of the public. Said Board shall not disclose the names or addresses of such persons reported or treated to any person other than a prosecuting officer or in court on prosecutions under this act.
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Side 154 - Muscle training is in the writer's opinion the measure of the greatest value at this stage, and this stage is important because however operative the surgeon may be he will during these two years use nonoperative treatment. Muscle training attempts to drive an impulse from brain to muscle to enable it if possible to open up new paths around affected centers in the cord. The connection between these centers with each other and between the centers and the muscles is most extensive and...
Side 33 - ... or syphilis, shall immediately report the name, address, age, and sex of such person to the secretary of the State Board of Health, for which report he shall receive the sum of 25 cents, to be paid by the State Board of Health. A physician who fails to make such report shall be fined not more than $200.
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Side 138 - ... communicated by them in such manner as to gain access to the upper respiratory mucous membranes of other persons, among whom a portion, being susceptible to the injurious action of the virus, acquire the infection and develop the disease. The clinical variety or form of the disease which they develop may be the frankly paralytic, the meningitic, or the abortive and ambulatory in which no severe symptoms whatever appear. But however the persons may be affected, they become potential agents of...
Side 33 - A person who, while infected with gonorrhea or syphilis, has sexual intercourse shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars or imprisoned in the house of correction for not more than one year.
Side 33 - SEC. 3. A physician who knows or has reason to believe that a person whom he treats or prescribes for is infected with either gonorrhea or syphilis shall immediately report the name, address, age and sex of such person to the secretary of the state board of health, for which report he shall...
Side 154 - ... impulse from brain to muscle to enable it if possible to open up new paths around affected centers in the cord. The connection between these centers with each other and between the centers and the muscles is most extensive and complex,5 and the facts given as to the predominance of partial paralysis show that as a rule the entire nervous control of a given muscle is not wiped out as a whole, but only in part. On this basis rests the claim of muscle training, a measure which in the opinion of...

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