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Annual Report of the State Board of Health of New York
New York (State). Board of Health
Повний перегляд - 1883
50 feet Albany amount annual bank Barn barn-yard Bedford Board of Health Branch buildings Carmel Cattaraugus county causes condition Consumption Continued Croton river deaths December diphtheria direct discharge diseases distance District drain drainage East entire examined Falls feet from brook feet from small fever five flow give ground hill houses increase July June Kent Kent Kent Lake less Located on Plate March matter mill Muscoot North North Salem October organic pipe Plate pollution pond population portion present privy Quaker railroad removal require reservoir Rest of District road runs samples sewage sewer shown side sketch small brook Small-pox Somers Southeast Southeast spring stream street supply surface TABLE taken tion town Valley village West York zymotic
Сторінка 531 - A person who sells, gives away or disposes of any poison or poisonous substance (except upon the order or prescription of a regularly authorized practicing physician), without attaching to the vial, box or parcel containing such poisonous substance, a label with the name and residence of such person, the word
Сторінка 184 - Brooklyn within three hundred (300) feet, horizontal measurement, of the high-water mark in any lake, pond or reservoir, or within one hundred and thirty (130) feet, horizontal measurement, of the high-water mark or precipitous bank of any spring, stream or watercourse tributary to such lakes, ponds or reservoirs.
Сторінка 177 - ... horizontal measurement, of the high-water mark of any lake, pond or reservoir, or within thirty (30) feet, horizontal measurement, of the high-water mark or precipitous bank of any spring, stream or water-course of any kind, tributary to said lakes, ponds or reservoirs on the entire watershed of the Croton river, or on those portions of the water-sheds of the Bronx and Bryam rivers now used for the water supply of the city of New York.
Сторінка 77 - Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of a resolution passed by the council of the Village of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, at its regular session, February 17, 1915. WF WILLISTON, Vlerk.
Сторінка 74 - Union, do hereby certify that the annexed is a true copy of a Resolution, passed at a Regular meeting of the Board of Chosen Freeholders, held on the twenty-third day of January, 1958.
Сторінка 182 - No privy, or place for the -deposit or storage of human excreta, shall be constructed, located or maintained within fifty (50) feet, horizontal measurement, of the high-water mark of any lake, pond or reservoir, or within thirty (30) feet, horizontal measurement, of the high-water mark or precipitous bank of any spring, stream or water-course of any kind, tributary to said lakes, ponds or reservoirs on the entire watershed of the Croton river, or on those portions of the water-sheds of the Bronx...
Сторінка 77 - ... record or other paper, is declared by law to be evidence, and special provision is not made for the form of the certificate, in the particular case, the person, authorized to certify, must state, in his certificate, that it has been compared by him with the original, and that it is a correct transcript therefrom, and of the whole of the original.
Сторінка 182 - ... either along or in combination with other matter as manure, or as food for domestic animals. DEAD ANIMALS, VEGETABLE REFUSE AND MANUFACTURING WASTES Twenty-first. No dead animal, bird, fowl, fish or reptile, or parts thereof, or any filthy or decaying matter of animal or vegetable origin derived from habitations, barns or stables, nor any putrescible matter or waste product or polluted liquid from any slaughter houses, creameries, condensed milk factories, cheese factories, breweries, distilleries,...
Сторінка 185 - ... acquisition, taking, or extinguishment may be necessary, for the sanitary protection of all rivers, and other water-courses, lakes, ponds and reservoirs in the counties of Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess, so far as the same now are, or hereafter may be, used for the supply of water for the city of New York.