An act to improve the public health, and establish a sanitary police in the city of New York [drop title]

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[New York: no publisher given, 1858. First edition, 8vo, pp. 8; vertical crease, old library rubberstamp at the top of p. [1]; all else near fine. Following the passage of the act, George W. Morton wrote Remonstrance of the City Inspector against the proposed bill entitled "An act to improve the public health and establish a sanitary police in the City of New York" as an act of unnecessary legislation, the present laws being amply sufficient to meet every emergency. New York Historical only in OCLC.


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