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|A typical scene in the island of Luzon during the American colonial era. Image digitally extracted from the 1898 publication “Our New Possessions.”|
which it furnished in the report for last year, because the presidents of the municipal boards of health report to the district health officer at Lucena, Tayabas.
same, with a few insignificant amendments. These regulations are being printed by the Bureau of Printing and will soon be issued to the municipalities, in order that each municipal officer may have a copy for his guidance as to the relations between the police and the people.
Notes and references:
1 “Report of the Governor of Batangas,” part of “The Eighth Annual Report of the Philippine Commission 1907, Part I,” published 1907 by the Bureau of Insular Affairs, War Department, in Washington D.C. by the Government Printing Office.