Ohio's health. v. 8, 1917, Volum 8

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State Board of Health, 1917

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Medical Inspection of School Children Ed 328
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And the Street Cars are so Crowded Now Too
52
Venereal Diseases The L V Ingraham M D 371
57
Urges Erection of District Sanatorium for Five Counties
58
Ignorance and Carelessness Make Many Blind Ed 441
59
Farmers to Learn Rural Sanitation and Hygiene Wanted Ed 285
60
Rats Destroy to Save Food Supply 361
66
Latrine The Objectionable Abs 345
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Milk Sickness Notes on 376
76
Dairy and Milk Inspection Association Urges Higher Development of
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Prevention of Blindness 45 101 167 168 223 274 321 384 432 530 576
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Laws Passed by 1917 Legislature Pertaining to Public Health 217 262
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Toledo Employs Hygiene Expert 323
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Burns Deaths From for 1916 Ed 443
105
Relative Values in Public Health Work
113
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Ohio Mortality Statistics for Month of August 561
115
Printed Warning Against Spitting 116 520
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EDITORIAL SECTION
121
Progressive Effects of Lead as an Industrial Poison Ed
123
Reminders 221
127
Cancer Problem The D Tod Gilliam M D 412
130
Abatement of Houses of Prostitution The New Láw of Ohio for 290
135
Child The Ohio School in 1917 Frances M Hollingshead 425
137
Protecting the Mothers
145
Villages Without Health Protection
146
Children in War Time 460
147
Tramp and the Smallpox The 454
149
Administration The Successful of Municipal Health Affairs Abs 211
150
Milk Supplies Protection of Abs 5
152
Municipal Cleanliness
158
Report of the Division of Communicable Diseases for the month
160
Conference of T B Workers in Twin Cities 321
165
Report of the Division of Public Health Education and Tuberculosis
166
HEALTH OFFICERS ROUNDTABLE
174
Life Extension Work Health Board to do 38
176
Prohibition Emphasizes the Need of Public Comfort Stations 39
180
Human Anthrax
181
Conservation of Air Resources Ed 540
183
No 5 May 1917
184
Ophthalmia Neonatorum Blindness From Ed 440
185
Reports Show Improvement Ed
187
Control of Venereal Diseases Ed
189
Consulted the Wrong Man
190
Akron Health Officer New 534
195
Importance of Teeth Hygiene
200
Vincent Geo E Public Health Training in Universities
201
Rucker W C
209
War Meeting for Health Officers 438
212
Food Handlers Card Rating System for 475 15
216
Salaries Opinion of Attorney General in re Health Officers 323
221
Report of the Division of Public Health Education and Tuberculosis
222
Correction Public Health to be Considered by Conference of Charities and 170
223
Water Analyses and What They Mean Abs 32
228
Fumigation F Adams 209
231
More Nurses Needed to Solve Problem Ed 284
233
Health Measures War Time Proposed at Washington Conference 212
235
Health Officer Prosecuted for Interfering With 180
246
Sanitary Aspects of Swimming Pools The L H Van Buskirk
247
Dayton Plan Change in 582
251
Alcohol From Green Garbage Predicts Big Profits for City in Manufacture
255
Sanitary Drinking Fountain When is a Really Sanitary? 346
256
Death Rate Tuberculosis Decreases
259
County Health Work 108
265
Health Officials Organize County 223
276
Death Rate for 37 Largest Cities in Ohio for March and April 1917 311
279
When is a Sanitary Drinking Fountain Really Sanitary 316
280
Secretary of War Demands Suppression of Vice Around Military Camps
287
Prosecutor Reminds Doctors and Midwives of Law 71
290
Who Pays the Bills? Abs
295
Health Officials Railroad to Cooperate with in Its Territory 112
300
Ranking Cities by Their Typhoid Rate
302
Babies Dying in Poor Homes
308
Its Value to the Community
309
Death Rate Ohio by Counties and in 37 Largest Cities of Ohio 225 268
310
Schools Physical Inspection in the Columbus
334
School Must Be Vaccinated Before Entering
337
Hayhurst Emery R
340
When Is a Sanitary Drinking Fountain Really Sanitary?
346
Pasteurized Courts Uphold Order Requiring All Milk to Be Before it
350
Mortality Statistics Ohio for Month of August 561
352
Give Ohio Another Test
354
Health Board 582
358
Physical Reclamation
360
Public Health B O Educating Employes in
362
Tuberculosis Death Rate Decreases 259
364
Patent Medicine Raid on China Condemns
370
National Service Public Health Nursing and Ed 283
374
Notes On Milk Sickness
376
Cannot Sell Milk From Diseased Cow
377
Tuberculosis Hospital Act Again Upheld 261
379
Disinfection by Fumigation Shall Terminal be Discontinued 140
380
Division of Laboratories 46 102 169 224 274 319 386 433 483 531 578
386
Escaping Quarantine
387
Peculiar Poisoning in a Construction Camp R P Albaugh 195
389
EDITORIALS Commissioner of Health Appointed The Public PAGE
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Melſullen John S Trachoma and the Army 296
396
Health Survey of Porthsmouth H J Southmayd
398
Health is Wealth
411
Prudence Ever the Better Part
419
Why Births and Deaths Should Be Registered John Emerson Monger 467
422
Division of Public Health Education and Tuberculosis
424
The Ohio School Child in 1917 by Dr Frances M Hollingshead
425
Courtplaster Report on Tetanus in
427
Pensions Will Study Sickness Insurance and Old Age
428
Division of Sanitary Engineering 385 434 485 531 580
434
HEALTH OFFICERS ROUNDTABLE Bense Act Crippled
435
Schools Trachoma in the Ed 330
437
Public Health Education and Tuberculosis Division
439
Health The New Public 257
445
Sewage Treatment Plants for Public Buildings The Operation of 20
454
Children in War Time
460
Help Make Ohio a Registration State John Emerson Monger 214
462
Why Births and Deaths Should Be Registered John Emerson Monger
467
Public Health Exhibit at Marion The 101
473
Carbon Monoxide and Gas Heated Appliances 114
475
Health Officers Roundtable
486
Philippines Have Got Something on Ohio The Abs 125
487
EDITORIALS Pneumonia Deadliest Infectious Disease Recent Studies
488
Courts Uphold Order Requiring All Milk to be Pasteurized Bebore it
491
Social Unit Plan National 374
494
Military Authorities Promise Aid in Discovering Tuberculosis Cases
500
Tuberculosis Sanatoria A Dollars and Cents Argument for Ed 62
501
Warning Is Issued Against Freak Food Substitution Ideas
506
Nurse War Problems of the Public Health Helana R Stewart
507
Army Officers Must Aid in Their Efforts Ed 281
512
State Board of Health Adopts Rules Governing Physical Examination
518
Pneumonia Insurance Statistics Show Growth in Death Toll of Lobar
519
Croxton Fred C The Ohio Institute for Public Efficiency Its Relation
521
391
524
State Board of Health Last Meeting of 306
528
Public Health Notes from Over the State
533
Care for Expectant Mothers
534
EDITORIALS Two More Department Men Enter Service Ohios Death
536
School Nursing Medical Inspection and in Springfield Ohio Abs 333
538
Looking Forward Into 1918
542
Statistics Birth for Ohio 378
544
Hospital See Tuberculosis Hospital and District Hospital
545
Careless Die Young The Ed 493
546
Ohios New Registration Bureau for Mothers by Frances M Hollingshead
550
Babies Born in 1916 Death Claims One Out of Every Ten 423
555
Health Officers Calendar for a Year Duties Listed by Months
556
Survey Stark County School Explained Ed 397
557
Public Health Nursing and National Service Ed 283
562
How One Importation of Smallpox Played Havoc in Unvaccinated City
568
Hygienic Sinners Abs
570
Certificates of Birth Registration Now Being Issued 272
579
Babies Protecting Cleveland
581
Public Health Ohio Cities Engaged in Work to Produce Better 532
582

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Side 559 - When construing and enforcing the provisions of this Act, the act, omission, or failure of any officer, agent, or other person acting for or employed by any corporation, company, society, or association, within the scope of his employment or office, shall in every case be also deemed to be the act, omission,, or failure of such corporation, company, society, or association as well as that of the person.
Side 459 - Gallia, Geauga, Greene, Guernsey, Hamilton, Hancock, Hardin, Harrison, Henry, Highland, Hocking, Holmes, Huron, Jackson, Jefferson, Knox, Lake, Lawrence, Licking, Logan, Lorain...
Side 283 - Commander in Chief of the Army, is authorized to make such regulations governing the prohibition of alcoholic liquors in or near military camps and to the officers and enlisted men of the Army as he may from time to time deem necessary or advisable: Provided, That no person, Corporation, partnership, or association shall sell, supply, or have in his or its possession any intoxicating or spirituous liquors at any military station, cantonment, camp, fort, post, officers...
Side 91 - The provisions of this section shall not apply to vessels plying between foreign ports on or near the frontiers of the United States and ports of the United States adjacent thereto; but the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized, when, in his discretion, it is expedient for the preservation of the public health, to establish regulations governing such vessels.
Side 283 - ... or enlisted men's club, which is being used at the time for military purposes under this Act. but the Secretary of War may make regulations permitting the sale and use of intoxicating liquors for medicinal purposes. It shall be unlawful to sell any intoxicating liquor, including beer, ale, or wine, to any officer or member of the military forces while in uniform, except as herein provided.
Side 74 - That any inflammation, swelling, or unusual redness in either one or both eyes of any infant, either apart from, or together with any unnatural discharge from the eye or eyes of such infant...
Side 288 - ... property. The release of the property under the provisions of this section shall not release it from any judgment, lien, penalty or liability to which it may be subject by law.
Side 290 - ... holds and without any act of the owner shall cause the right of possession to revert and vest in him, and he may without process of law make immediate entry upon the premises or may avail himself of the remedy provided in chapter 181.
Side 287 - If the owner appears and pays all costs of the proceeding, and files a bond with sureties to be approved by the clerk in the full value of the property, to be ascertained by the court, or, in vacation, by the clerk, auditor and treasurer of the county, conditioned that he will immediately abate said nuisance...
Side 285 - ... to secure to the party enjoined the damages he may sustain, if it be finally decided that the injunction ought not to have been granted.

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