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Wisconsin State Board of Health, 1905
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1902/04- include also reports on the vital statistics of the state. From 1906/08- these rports are compiled by the State Bureau of Vita Statistics.
 

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˹ 18 - Annual Meeting of the Conference of State and Provincial Boards of Health of North America will be held in Detroit, Michigan, August 9, 10, and n, 1898. The " Quarter Centennial Celebration of the Establishment of the Michigan State Board of Health " will be in progress at the above named time.
˹ 118 - No person shall bury, prepare for incineration or remove from place where death occurs, any human body until he has received a permit to do so from the health officer or one of his deputies, if the death occurs in a city, or from the village or town clerk, if the death occurs in a village or town...
˹ 131 - Resolved by the Senate and Souse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States hereby expresses approval of this movement and requests the favorable consideration and action of the State authorities, to the end that the United States may attain a complete and uniform system of registration. Approved, February 11, 1903.
˹ 61 - Diphtheria bacilli have been found in a considerable proportion of persons who have come into contact with cases of diphtheria or with other infected persons. 2. Such persons have been shown to be a grave danger to public health, especially when frequenting schools or institutions, and to constitute the usual channel by which the disease is spread. 3. Very satisfactory results have followed on the isolation of convalescents from the disease and of infected "contacts," where two or more consecutive...
˹ 131 - Office are now cooperating in an effort to extend the benefits of registration and to promote its efficiency by indicating the essential requirements of legislative enactments designed to secure the proper registration of all deaths and births and the collection of accurate vital statistics, to be presented to the attention of the legislative authorities in nonregistration States, with the suggestion that such legislation be adopted; Now, therefore, Resolved...
˹ 118 - ... sailor in the service of the United States, place of burial, name of undertaker or other person conducting the burial or incineration, date of certificate, number and date of burial permit, and said certificate shall be signed by the physician last in attendance on deceased; if any there was, who shall state the primary and secondary cause of death according to the best information he can obtain, or in case of violence, by a coroner, or by a justice of the peace.
˹ 131 - ... their occurrence furnishes official record information of much value to individuals; and Whereas the registration of deaths, with information upon certain points, is essential to the progress of medical and sanitary science in preventing and restricting disease and in devising and applying remedial agencies; and Whereas all of the principal countries of the civilized world recognize the necessity for such registration and enforce the same by general laws; and Whereas registration in the United...
˹ 130 - RESOLUTION BY CONGRESS. Joint resolution requesting state authorities to cooperate with Census Office in securing a uniform system of birth and death registration.] Whereas the registration of births and deaths at the time of their occurrence furnishes official record information of much value to individuals; and Whereas the registration of deaths, with information upon certain points, is essential to the progress of medical and sanitary...
˹ 61 - The author's conclusions are : 1. Diphtheria bacilli have been found in a considerable proportion of persons who have come into contact with cases of diphtheria or with other infected persons. 2. Such persons have been shown to be...
˹ 131 - Whereas, All of the principal countries of the civilized world recognize the necessity for such registration and enforce the same by general laws ; and Whereas, Registration in the United States is now confined to a few states, as a whole, and the larger cities, under local laws and ordinances which differ widely in their requirements; and Whereas, It is most important that registration should be conducted under laws that will insure a practical uniformity in the character and amount of information...

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