Public Health Reports Volume 18, Nos. 27-52

Public Health Reports Volume 18, Nos. 27-52

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ... 1903. GUITERAS, La-redo, Tea-..' Is Tabor conducting camp at Sanchez? If so, did he take tents and equipment from Laredo or from camp outfit now at Cactus? Purnell now in San Antonio examining territory between there and Cactus. WYMAN. Tabor started camp at Sanchez yesterday, taking about one-third of our camp outfit, which is now at Sanchez and not at Cactus. Gurraaas. Uerttfioates to passengers bozmdfor United States. _ Ooronnn 2, 1903. Gorrnaas, Laredo, Te;c.: Replying to your telegram September 29, can you spare Von Ezdorf to visit San Luis Potosi and Saltillo to confer with United States consuls and ascertain if any reliable system can be established for giving certificates to passengers bound for the United States that they have not been in infected districts'! Regulations already require that pas sengers arriving at all border inspection stations must give proof of absence from infected districts or be detained. Answer and await orders to send. WYMAN. LAREDO, TEX., October:2, 1903. VVYMAN, Washington: Impossible to spare Von Ezdorf at present without upsetting our s_vstem of disinfection. N0 reliable system can be established for giving certificates to passengers bound for United States unless they are issued by reliable men. The men who issue these certificates must be reliable, and must satisfy themselves that the passengers have not been in any infected district during the five previous days. Lsmzno, TEX., October:2, 1.903. 'YMAN, Waus/1ingtrm.' Tabor proposes to stop all through passenger traffic from Monterey through Laredo unless detained in detention camp for ten days. This measure, while severe, will not work much hardship in so far as Laredo is concerned, inasmuch as passengers from Monterey and points south of more

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  • English
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