HTTP/1.0 200 OK Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8 Server: OFE/0.1 Cache-Control: private, x-gzip-ok="" Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 05:34:34 GMT Connection: Close Public Health Papers and Reports - Google Book Search
Go to Google Book Search Home

Public Health Papers and Reports

 By American Public Health Association

Summary

Read this book
By American Public
Health Association
Published 1891
American Public Health
Association
Original from Harvard University
Digitized May 21, 2007
Buy this book
 
Borrow this book
Vol. 33, pt. 2, v. 34-36 are reprints from the American journal of public hygiene; v. 37 from American journal of public health.

Search in this book

Key terms

Places mentioned in this book

312 Baldwin St. ... Elmira, NY - Page 356
REILEY, Health Officer, 312 Baldwin St. ... Elmira, NY Dr. PETER CHARLES REMONDINO, Member Board of Health, corner F and' Sixth Sts San Diego, Cal. ...
926 N. Broad St Elizabeth, NJ - Page 356
GEORGE PECK, Medical Director US Navy, 926 N. Broad St Elizabeth, NJ Dr. JOHN W. PENDERGAST, Health Officer, 266 8th St. . . . Cincinnati, Ohio. ...
17 Schermerhorn St. ... Brooklyn, NY - Page 365
MOFFAT, 17 Schermerhorn St. ... Brooklyn, NY 1889. Dr. LH MONTGOMERY Chicago, 111. 1879. Dr. FREDERICK MONTIZAMBERT .... Grosse Isle, Quebec, PQ 1885. ...
90 Sands St Brooklyn, NY - Page 362
JOHN GRIFFIN, 90 Sands St Brooklyn, NY 1888. Dr. WILLIAM EDWARD GRIFFITHS, 320 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, NY 1889. Dr. JC GRONVOLD Norway, Minn. ...
320 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, NY - Page 362
WILLIAM EDWARD GRIFFITHS, 320 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, NY 1889. Dr. JC GRONVOLD Norway, Minn. 1886. Dr. PJ GUILLOT Bushkill, Pa. 1887. Dr. ...
188 Henry St. . . . Brooklyn, NY - Page 368
VAN COTT, Jr., 188 Henry St. . . . Brooklyn, NY 1889. Dr. JH VAN DEMAN Chattanooga, Tenn. 1873. Dr. FP VANDENBERGH Buffalo, NY 1888. Dr. ...
Charleston - Page 327
Resolved, That the thanks of the Association be tendered to the honorable the mayor and aldermen for invitation to visit Charleston and for courtesies ...
more pages: 125
CHARLESTON, SC - Page 110
BY HB HORLBECK, MD, CHARLESTON, SC Procedures for the protection of the communities living in cities by the sea have advanced from most primitive ...
more pages: 237
AIKEN, SC - Page 94
Y BF WYMAN, MD, AIKEN, SC It is usually expected of the author of an article that his paper should either contain facts hitherto unpublished, ...
more pages: 311
Naples - Page 67
The much greater reduction in that part which formerly constituted the kingdom of Naples is no doubt due to the immediate influence of the Neapolitan ...
more pages: 64
Texcoco - Page 161
The second basin is that on which the city of Mexico and the lake of Texcoco stand; it is separated from the south basin by the hills of Chimalhuacan, ...
BROOKLYN, NY - Page 202
SHEPARD, MD, BROOKLYN, NY It may be conceded that he who would reform the world should begin by reforming himself. Even to those who recognize that ...
more pages: 57
Toronto - Page 220
I may be pardoned for referring in this connection to the possibility of obtaining for Toronto a public supply from these underground sources. ...
more pages: 211
HOBOKEN, NJ - Page 253
JE DENTON, HOBOKEN, NJ The experimental data presented herein represent the results of experiments which have been in progress over a period of about ...
more pages: 317
Cienfuegos - Page 251
Some consideration must be given to the fact that the United States consul at Cienfuegos had given clean bills of health during the past season. ...
more pages: 250
New Orleans, Louisiana - Page 118
Resolved, That this Conference endorse the Holt Quarantine and Disinfection System, as at present operated at New Orleans, Louisiana, as the best one ...
New York - Page 71
When an episode occurs like that connected with the tearing down of the fever ward in the old New York hospital, where three out of the five masons ...
more pages: 193
Charles City, Iowa - Page 313
Smith, MD, of Charles City, Iowa. EVENING SESSION AT 8 O'CLOCK. Paper on Sanitary Improvement of Stagnant Lakes near the Seashore, by Joseph H. ...
Boston - Page 35
but did not work in a tannery, and the other man who was infected upon the cheek was employed in the unloading of South American hides in Boston. ...
more pages: 42
Berlin - Page 147
that at the recent meeting of the Medical Congress in Berlin a committee was appointed from that body to report upon the subject of Railroad Hygiene, ...
more pages: 224
WASHINGTON, DC - Page 151
Bv DE SALMON, DVM, CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE, WASHINGTON, DC Your committee, in presenting its final report, desires to call attention to the rapid ...
Detroit - Page 212
supply, with Detroit and Walkerville polluting the river above ; and only last week the submission of a scheme to the Provincial Board for supply-ing ...
Erie - Page 213
As the waters receded farther, and these so called Erie clays came into shallower water, they became overlaid with strata of finer gravels and sand in ...
Kansas City, Mo - Page 326
After discussion, the Council desire to recommend Kansas City, Mo., as the place for the next meeting. It was moved and seconded that the report be ...
more pages: 327
Quebec - Page 4
much credit must also be due to the greatly increased efficiency of the quarantine service, notably at such important ports as New Orleans, Quebec, ...
Nashville, Tenn - Page 326
BERRIEN LINDSLEY, of Nashville, Tenn. To fill vacancies on the Executive Committee. Drs. GEO. HOMAN of Missouri. CANTWELL' of Iowa, CLARK of New York, ...
CONCORD, NH - Page 310
CONCORD, NH Este Consejo ha tenido a bien nombrar representantes para que concnrran & la reunion de la Asociacion Americana de Salubridad Publica que ...
London - Page 222
Examples of how this can be done may be seen well illustrated both in London and in Brantford, where ample supplies of first-class water have been ...
more pages: 65
Guanajuato - Page 168
The first cases which I had the opportunity to observe appeared among hogs brought to this city from the state of Guanajuato, and from them the ...
Virginia Beach - Page 59
In the construction of the flume at Virginia Beach all the piles were sunk by this method. At the ocean end the flume flares out, for a distance of ...
Montreal - Page 210
Little, of Montreal, and other members of the American Forestry Association—to realize how the same process of destruction is going on at a rate in ...
Chalco - Page 161
The third basin is that which con-tains the lakes of Chalco and Xochimilco. It forms the most fertile and picturesque region in the valley ; toward ...
Brantford - Page 222
Examples of how this can be done may be seen well illustrated both in London and in Brantford, where ample supplies of first-class water have been ...
Philadelphia - Page 69
From a careful topographical study of the disease in the fifth ward of the city of Philadelphia,1 extending over a period of twenty-five years, ...
Chiconautla - Page 161
which is separated from the others by the chain of mountains of Guadalupe and the hill of Chiconautla ; it contains at present three lakes,—Zumpango, ...
Paris - Page 215
To this class belong the springs which supply Paris, and these arc not always perennial. Third, springs from permeable or moderately permeable layers, ...
more pages: 65
Cumberland Gap, Tenn - Page 326
Invitations to the Association to meet next year were received from the following cities: Kansas City, Mo.; Cleveland, O.; Cumberland Gap, Tenn. ...
Rome - Page 227
Of sewers, the Cloaca Maxima, in Rome, constructed more than twenty centuries ago, still retains its strength and adaptation to the purpose for which ...
Olympia - Page 26
with a faithful young student band that he would leave the world better than he found it—the noblest resolve of the strug- gler in the new Olympia. ...
more pages: 25
Warwick - Page 218
Various places in Lambton county, as about Forest and in Warwick township, obtain from a sand layer some 75 feet deep artesian water coming to within ...
Carthage, Ohio - Page 5
in widely remote parts of the United States, were traced to the unpacking of personal effects of immi-grants—at Carthage, Ohio: Crow River, Minnesota; ...
Fresno - Page 199
At the Twelfth State Fruit Growers' Convention, held in Fresno during four days in November, 1889, a paper on "Fruit Drying" was read by JL Mosher, ...
Baltimore, Md - Page 326
to meet next year were received from the following cities: Kansas City, Mo.; Cleveland, O.; Cumberland Gap, Tenn. ; Buffalo, NY; and Baltimore, Md. ...
Plymouth - Page 37
It is sufficient to say that in many great epidemics, like those of Caterham and Plymouth, and also in multitudes of smaller epi-.
Windsor - Page 211
On the Detroit river, Windsor is already having cause to doubt the purity of her water-.
Chesapeake - Page 59
there is now a beautiful body of circulating salt water flowing in from the ocean, and out through the channel which connects it with Chesapeake bay. ...
Las Cruces - Page 160
and Cruz del Marques ; toward the west is a part of the mountains of Huisquilucan, which connect with those of Las Cruces toward the south-east; ...
Sumter - Page 317
The steamer will pass Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie, and, if sufficie'nt water can be had at the wharf, will land at Sumter. ...
Wilmington, NC - Page 326
WOOD, of Wilmington, NC For Second Vice-Presidenl. DR. HENRY B. HORLBKCK, of Charleston, SC For Treasurer. DR. J. BERRIEN LINDSLEY, of Nashville, ...
Gadsden - Page 241
The tidal drain starts from the extremity of Chestnut street on Gadsden creek which leads into the Ashley river, and passing into Spring street ...
Cuautitlan - Page 161
Xaltocan, and San Cristoval,—the principal supplies of which are the rivers Cuautitlan, which leave the valley through the cut of Nochistongo, ...
Littleton, NH - Page 331
He served one year in the Littleton Bank, Littleton, NH, and had entered upon his i6th year of service in the National Revere Bank, of Boston, Mass. ...
San Jose - Page 199
1889, a paper on "Fruit Drying" was read by JL Mosher, of San Jose, and in his paper he remarked,—" If fruit be picked before ripe and over-sulphured ...
Buffalo, NY - Page 326
to meet next year were received from the following cities: Kansas City, Mo.; Cleveland, O.; Cumberland Gap, Tenn. ; Buffalo, NY; and Baltimore, Md. ...
Hot Springs, Arkansas - Page 102
The president of the board of health of Hot Springs, Arkansas, reports that they have no diphtheria in that city. ...
Markham - Page 219
Penetang and Markham are developing springs to obtain public supplies, while, most curious of all, Sundridge on the Laurentides, some fifty miles ...
Pontiac, Miss - Page 330
Brodie married, at Pontiac, Miss Jane Whit- field, a native of Hampshire, England. They have had two sons and one daughter. Dr. ...
Southampton - Page 74
smothered all of its seventy passengers between Jersey and Southampton ; they also know that they should not venture where a candle will not burn. ...
Louisville, Ky - Page 312
William Bailey, of Louisville, Ky. A paper on "Some Notes on Chemical Disinfection" (page 126), by Prof. FP Venable, Ph. ...
Venice - Page 83
leaden roof of the Ducal palace at Venice, finally relieved by what must have been the spontaneous discharge of an abscess into the intestinal tract, ...
Elmira, NY - Page 205
Indeed, it has been for some time in use at the reformatory at Elmira, NY, with remarkably good results, as attested by the resident physician, Dr. ...
Rutland, Vt - Page 329
CHARLES LIN^EUS ALLEN, of Rutland, Vt. died suddenly of apoplexy July 2, 1890. Dr. Allen was born in Brattleboro on June 21, 1820. ...
San Francisco - Page 329
Page, of San Francisco, and Harriet W., wife of Rev. JC Goddard, of Sal-isbury, Conn. He married his second wife, Gertrude Lyon, of Glade Mills, ...
Rochester, NY - Page 330
Rochester, NY Later on he entered, and through his own efforts maintained himself at, Brockport college. Here he remained three years, graduating with ...
Memphis - Page 112
The calamities incident to the visita-tion in the Mississippi Valley in 1878, almost destroying the city of Memphis, would seem to have caused a keen ...
Marl - Page 231
Marl, some shell, and some iron pyrites. Hard sandstone. Sand, water-bearing. Argillaceous sand and sandstone. Blue clay and sand. Sand, with water. ...
Brattleboro - Page 329
Allen was born in Brattleboro on June 21, 1820. He was grad-uated from Middlebury college in 1842, and from the Castleton Medical College in 1846. ...
Winthrop, Mass - Page 331
15, 1890, at Winthrop, Mass. He was deeply interested in sanitary science, and wrote many useful and instructive articles in that line. ...
Savannah - Page 118
Now, although I am not prepared to affirm that the yellow-fever epi-demic in Savannah was caused by this ballast, I will say that I can easily ...
Actopan - Page 165
In Xochimilco, with 14000 inhabitants, the average is 0.94 per cent., and in Actopan and Ostotepe'c, of about 2000 inhabitants each, tuberculosis is ...
Liverpool - Page 44
She passed the medical inspection at Liverpool, and on reaching Boston quarantine placed herself in line with 600 others for inspection ; was easily ...
St. Louis, Mo - Page 356
St. Louis, Mo. Dr. CHARLES W. KOLLOCK Charleston, SC Prof. WILLARD GEOFFREY LAKE, Prof. Physiology and Hygiene Dickinson Coll., 31 E. ...
Leeds - Page 91
The enlarged edition of the lecture delivered by Leeds in Phil-adelphia is a short treatise devoted to the elucidation of one system of ventilation. ...
Lynn, Mass - Page 331
Married, April 5, 1875, Eliza Ellen Gove, of Lynn, Mass. His wife and three children survive him. He was elected an associate member of the American ...
Guelph - Page 219
Springs abound above Berlin, a public water-supply being there obtained from them, while Guelph too is supplied mainly by springs. ...
Cincinnati, Ohio - Page 356
Cincinnati, Ohio. JAMES J. POWERS, Sanitary Engineer Jamaica, NY Dr. WILLIAM C. RAVENEL Charleston, SC Dr. ALFRED E. REGENSBURGER San Francisco, Cal. ...
Ottawa - Page 209
But note again the water-shed, starting at the upper Ottawa and following along the undulating table-land—for it is nothing more—of the Laurentides, ...
Rochester, Minn - Page 173
Hanson read a very important paper on the subject at the Minnesota Sanitary Conference, at Rochester, Minn., in May, 1888. ...
Chicago - Page 7
Edmund Andrews, of Chicago, 111., to believe that the facts he has collected and presented make it probable that a microbe exists, and prove the ...
Raleigh, NC - Page 356
Raleigh, NC JAMES L. LORING, CE, Civil Engineer to State Board of Health Dallas Centre, Iowa. Dr. ALLARD MEMMINGER, Prof. Chemistry, Med. Coll., S. ...
Jacksonville, Fla - Page 355
Jacksonville, Fla. Prof. FLOYD DAVIS, Ph. D., Chemist State Board of Health Des Moines, Iowa. Dr. PG DE SAUSSURE, Prof. Obstetrics, Med. Coll., SC . ...
North Haven, Conn - Page 355
North Haven, Conn. Dr. WALTER D. GREENE, Health Officer Buffalo, NY ROBERT GRIFFITH, President Association of Master Plumb-ers, 427 Clark St Chicago, ...
Edinburgh - Page 114
John Moultrie, who wrote an admirable thesis in 1749, when he graduated in Edinburgh, disagrees with the opinion of Dr. ...
Dubuque, Iowa - Page 355
Dubuque, Iowa. Dr. H. HAYWARD, Asst. Resident Physician, Mississippi Quarantine Station .... Mississippi Quarantine Station PO, La. Dr. WILLIAM H. ...
Pittsburgh, Pa - Page 356
Pittsburgh, Pa. Dr. WILLIAM PHILIP SPRATLING, 1st Asst. Physician NY State Asylum Morris Plains, NJM STALKER, DVS, Prof. ...
Eau Claire - Page 375
ADH Thrane, Eau Claire; Dr. BO Reynolds, Lake Geneva; Prof. WW Daniells, Madison; Dr. SC Johnson, Hudson. PROVINCIAL BOARD OF HEALTH OF ONTARIO. ...
Grand Rapids - Page 373
Arthur Hazlewood, Grand Rapids; Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, Ann Arbor; Prof. Delos Fall, Albion; Dr. Mason W. Gray, Pontiac; Hon. Frank Wells, Lansing. ...
Ames, Iowa - Page 356
Ames, Iowa. Dr. ALEXANDER N. TALLEY, 55 Washington St Columbia, SCJL TOBIAS, Chairman Board of Health Charleston, SC ...
Lisbon, NH - Page 331
Wells, was born at Sugar Hill, Lisbon, NH, July 21, 1854; died Dec. 15, 1890, at Winthrop, Mass. He was deeply interested in sanitary science, ...
Iowa City - Page 372
Shrader, Iowa City; Dr. Frederick Becker, Clermont; Dr. PW Lewellen, Clarinda; James L. Loring, CE, Dallas Center; Dr. EA Guilbert, Dubuque; John Y. ...
San Diego - Page 371
PC Remondino, San Diego; Dr. CA Ruggles, Stockton; Dr. CW Nutting, Etna Mills; Dr. WR Cluness, Sacramento. CONNECTICUT. Hon. ...
Des Moines - Page 372
EH Carter, Des Moines: Dr. John C. Shrader, Iowa City; Dr. Frederick Becker, Clermont; Dr. PW Lewellen, Clarinda; James L. Loring, CE, Dallas Center; ...
Los Angeles - Page 88
Lindley, of Los Angeles, at the last meeting of the State Medical Society,—that of castrating all male crimi-nals for the extirpation of the criminals ...
Wichita - Page 372
Milton Welch, Wichita; Dr. HD Hill, Augusta; Dr. Frank Swallow, Valley Falls; Dr. JW Jenney, Salina; Dr. RC Musgrave, Grenola; Dr. ...
Ann Arbor - Page 373
John Avery, Greenville, President; Dr. Henry B. Baker, Lansing, Secretary; Dr. Arthur Hazlewood, Grand Rapids; Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, Ann Arbor; Prof. ...
Mergui - Page 113
At length they embarked, carrying also the Frenchmen of the Establishment that the Company of India had at Mergui in another point of the kingdom of ...
Singapore - Page 35
No connection could be traced with any infection in either of the women, one of whom had been engaged in the handling of rattan from Singapore. ...
Pondicherry - Page 113
Duquesne- Guiton, commanding two vessels which came from Pondicherry, found himself at the same time at Fort Royal, also the vessel called " Le Mignon ...
Madras - Page 39
taken place in this direction, in cities where water-supplies have been obtained from new localities, hitherto unpolluted by sewage, as at Madras. ...
Hong Kong - Page 80
Davis, a former governor of the British colony in Hong Kong, in his work on the customs of the Chinese, tells us that, among the higher classes, ...