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The house-fly at the bar, indictment, guilty or not guilty? : Evidence: in the matter of the people against the common house fly. April, 1909, the Merchants' Association of New York.

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[New York], [1909]

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48 pages : plates, facsimiles (1 folded), diagrams (partly folded) ; 28 cm

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By way of explanation [signed: Committee on pollution of state waters, the Merchants' association of New York, Edward Hatch jr., chairman]--What health authorities say about the house-fly.--The transmission of disease by flies, by D.D. Jackson.--How the "typhoid fly" is fought in Washington, [by] Dr. L.O. Howard.--The guilt of the "typhoid fly" scientifically established from the Report of Dr. Alice Hamilton on the typhoid fever epidemic in Chicago in July-September, 1902.--

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How to check the breeding of flies, from a paper by Robert Newstead ... in the "Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology" of the Liverpool school of tropical medicine, vol. I, November 4, 1908.--Flies, consumption and typhoid, from a paper by J.B. Huber ... in the "New York state journal of medicine."--The house-fly and its connection with disease dissemination, from a paper in the New York "Medical record," Jan. 26, 1907, by G.K. Dickinson.--Protection of food supplies from flies, from a paper in "Country life in America," June 1903, by W.L. Underwood.--How flies carry typhoid germs, from a paper by M.A. Brown.--
Types of fly posters ... issued by the Merchants' association's Committee on pollution of the waters of New York.--Fly rules of the Chicago Department of health.--Health department bulletin [Board of health, Orange, N.J.]--Beware of flies ... circular written by Dr. C.V. Chapin.--Bibliography, p. 47-48

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