Health laws of New-York.

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New-York : Printed by James Cheetham, 1805.

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41, viii pages, 1 unnumbered leaf ; (8vo)

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Austin 1420


An act to provide against infectious diseases. Passed 30th March, 1801.--Extracts from an act to invest the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the City of New-York, with adequate powers in relation to certain objects of importance to the police and health of the said city. Passed April 2d, 1803.--An act supplementary to an act, entitled "An act to provide against infectious and pestilential diseases" Passed February 28th, 1804.--An act relative to the public health, in the City of New-York. Passed 9th March, 1805.--A law for the establishment of a Board of Health [ordained by the Common Council of the City of New York, in accordance with the preceding legislative act of 1805]--Index--Members of the Board of Health. 1805


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