Public health reports (1881). v. 23 pt. 1, Volum 23,Del 1,Utgaver 1-26

Surgeon General, 1908

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Side 238 - When a large number of rats are caught in one trap, search for the female rat and leave her alive in the trap, as she may call in the young or the males. The bait should be fastened to the inner side of the top of the trap with a piece of fine wire, so that the first rat that goes in can not force the bait underneath the pan and thus prevent the entrance of other rats.
Side 692 - Science has demonstrated that this disease can be stamped out, but the rapidity and completeness with which this can be accomplished depend upon the promptness with which the new doctrines about tuberculosis can be inculcated into the minds of the people and engrafted upon our customs, habits and laws.
Side 825 - The immunity unit for measuring the strength of tetanus antitoxin shall be ten times the least quantity of antitetanic serum necessary to save the life of a 350-gram guinea pig for ninety-six hours against the official test dose of a standard toxin furnished by the Hygienic Laboratory of the Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service.
Side 265 - May 1 to November 1, directly or via a northern port, from a tropical American port, unless said port is known to be free from yellow fever.
Side 116 - The police power of a community rests on either the public-nuisance or the publicwelfare ideas in common law and constitutional law; ie an individual may not maintain a public nuisance and group of individuals may act together for the public welfare. Therefore we find to-day the savage rights of the individual lessened in number and invaded on every hand. Compulsory vaccination laws, where they exist, have been upheld unanimously by all courts of appeal before which they have been tested, and the...
Side 237 - It should be made of stiff, heavy wire and well reinforced, as a large, strong rat will force his head between the wires of a weak trap and thus escape. Before setting, the lever on the trap should be tested to see that it works properly. The trap should be placed on a hard surface with the rear end a little higher than the entrance so that the trap will close promptly. When setting the trap in the open it should be fastened to a board on which about an inch of soft dirt has been spread. Place the...
Side 692 - The International Congress on Tuberculosis is in the interest of universal peace. By joining in such a warfare against a common foe the peoples of the world are brought closer together and made to better realize the brotherhood of man; for a united interest against a common foe fosters universal friendship.
Side 8 - Any person or persons violating any of the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine in any sum not exceeding one thousand (1,000) dollars, or by imprisonment for a period not exceeding two years, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Side 8 - The door of such tunnel magazine shall at all times have legibly printed thereon the words, "magazine," "explosives," "dangerous." SEC. 4. Any person violating or failing to comply with any of the provisions of sections two and three of this act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not less than...
Side 115 - Recently he reports a series of 100,000 vaccinations with but i death. Hodgetts reports 40,000 vaccinations done in the Province of Ontario, Canada, without a death. Therefore, while we do not deny that there remains some danger to life in vaccination, we claim that with the exercise of due care it may be reduced to a point where vaccination is far less dangerous than the extraction of a tooth or the taking of an anesthetic.

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