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" Smart before this conference, but which system is now inoperative for want of an appropriation by congress, meets with our cordial approval. To enable these protective measures to be carried out, we recommend that congress... "
Science - Page 437
1884
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Biennial report of the State Board of Health of the State of Iowa. 1883/85

1885 - 610 pages
...therefore recommend that all such immigrants be prevented from landing at our ports until such time as the danger of the introduction of cholera by them...have passed. The inspection and quarantine service inaugurated by the National Board of Health, and set forth in the paper by Er. Smart before this Conference,...
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Science, Volume 4

John Michels (Journalist) - 1884 - 652 pages
...introduction of cholera in the coming year, and the constant danger from other communicable diseases ¬°it foreign ports, it was the sense of the committee that...whole, or as much as necessary, in case of cholera, fur the purpose of removing the disease and of preventing its spread from state to state. A vigorous...
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Science

1884 - 660 pages
...officers at foreign infected ports, the prevention of the landing of immigrants until the dangerof the introduction of cholera by them shall have passed....inspection and quarantine service originally devised by the Xational board was approved. It was recommended that congress be urged to appropriate five hundred...
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Physician and Surgeon: A Professional Medical Journal, Volume 6

1884 - 598 pages
...therefore recommend that all such immigrants be prevented from landing at our ports until such time as the danger of the introduction of cholera by them...have passed. The inspection and quarantine service inaugurated by the National Board of Health, and set forth in the paper by Dr. Smart before this conference,...
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The Physician and Surgeon, Volume 6

1884 - 598 pages
...therefore recommend that all such immigrants be prevented from landing at our ports until such time as the danger of the introduction of cholera by them...have passed. The inspection and quarantine service inaugurated by the National Board of Health, and set forth in the paper by Dr. Smart before this conference,...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Vol. CXI

George B. Shattuck, M.D. and Abner Post, M.D. - 1884 - 650 pages
...therefore recommend that all such immigrants be prevented from landing at our ports until such time as the danger of the introduction of cholera by them...have passed. The Inspection and Quarantine Service inaugurated by the National Board of Health, aud set forth in the paper by Dr. Smart before this Conference,...
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The Sanitarian, Volume 13

1884 - 588 pages
...therefore recommend that all such immigrants be prevented from landing at our ports until such time as the danger of the introduction of cholera by them...have passed. " The inspection and quarantine service inaugurated by the National Board of Health, and set forth in the paper by Dr. Smart before this Conference,...
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Cincinnati Lancet and Clinic, Volume 13

1884 - 842 pages
...therefore recommend that all such immigrants be prevented from landing at our ports until such time as the danger of the introduction of cholera by them...have passed. The inspection and quarantine service inaugurated by the National Board of Health, and set forth in the paper by Dr. Smart before this conference,...
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Southern Practitioner: An Independent Monthly Journal Devoted to ..., Volume 6

1884 - 616 pages
...recommend that all such immigrants be prevented from landing at our ports until such time as the danger of introduction of cholera by them shall have passed. The inspection and quarantine service inauguarated by the National Board of Health, and set forth in the paper by Dr. Smart, before this...
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The Kansas City Review of Science and Industry, Volume 8

1885 - 798 pages
...therefore recommend that a1! such immigrants be prevented from landing at our ports until such time as the danger of the introduction of cholera by them...have passed. The inspection and quarantine service inaugurated by the National Board of Health, and set forth in the paper by Dr. Small before this Conference,...
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