Report of the State Board of Health of the State of New Hampshire. v. 5, 1886, Volume 5

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Arthur E. Clarke, 1886

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Page 262 - ... our heirs, executors and administrators firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals. Dated the day of in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and...
Page 149 - The surface of the body of a sick person, or of his attendants, when soiled with infectious discharges, should be at once cleansed with a suitable disinfecting agent. For this Standard Solution No.
Page 305 - Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be liable to a fine of not more than five hundred dollars nor less than one hundred dollars.
Page 150 - Clothing. Boiling for half an hour will destroy the vitality of all known disease germs, and there is no better way of disinfecting clothing or bedding which can be washed than to put it through the ordinary operations of the laundry. No delay should occur, however, between the time of removing soiled clothing from the person or bed of the sick and its immersion in boiling water, or in one of the following solutions ; and no article should be permitted to leave the infected room until so treated.
Page 146 - ... with soap and hot water; finally throw open doors and windows and ventilate freely. FOR MERCHANDISE AND THE MAILS.* The disinfection of merchandise and of the mails will only be required under exceptional circumstances; free aeration will usually be sufficient. If disinfection seems necessary, fumigation with sulphur dioxide, as recommended for woolen clothing, etc., will be the only practicable method of accomplishing it.
Page 246 - ... the said party of the second part, or (his) (their) agents, in the performance of this agreement, and for the faithful performance of this contract in all respects by the party of the second part...
Page 260 - If such alterations diminish the quantity of work to be done, they shall not constitute a claim for damages nor for anticipated profits on the work that may be dispensed with...
Page 148 - In cholera, diphtheria, yellow fever, and scarlet fever, all vomited material should be looked upon as infectious ; and in tuberculosis, diphtheria, scarlet fever, and infectious pneumonia, the sputa of the sick should be disinfected or destroyed by fire. It seems advisable also to treat the urine of patients sick with an infectious disease with one of the disinfecting solutions below recommended.
Page 153 - Disinfection of ingesta. It is well established that cholera and typhoid fever, are very frequently, and perhaps usually, transmitted through the medium of infected water or articles of food, and especially milk. Fortunately we have a simple means at hand for disinfecting such infected fluids. This consists in the application of heat. The boiling temperature maintained for half an liour kills all known disease germs.
Page 270 - ... as may be lawfully retained under any of the provisions of this contract hereinbefore set forth.

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