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An ordinance providing for the fumigation
and disinfection of the town of Mac-
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Common Council of the town of Mac
Clenny Florida.
Sec. 1
The work of the fumigation and
disinfection of the buildings in which
there has been cases of Yellow Fever
shall be commenced at once. and pros-
ecuted to completion.
Sec. 2
The Board of Health of said town
hereby delegated all its power in this
matter to Dr. J.L. Posey. U.S. Sanitary
Inspector, M.H.S. who is hereby aut
horized and empowered to enter each and
all of said houses and proceed with
such work, in such manner as he may
deem necessary and prefer and he is
authorized to remove and condemn any
and all infected property belonging to private
individuals, and to destroy the same
by fire whenever he deems it necess-
ary so to do upon payment for some at
it appraised value - or replaced by other
articles of [illegible] character, and of equal

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Sec. 3
All persons are hereby forbidden to rem
ove or conceal any article of personal
property that may have become infected
during the epidemic, but are required
to deliver each and every article that
have been in infected rooms to said
Dr. Posey or his agents and servants
without delay whenever same is called
Sec. 4
Any person violating any of the
provisions of this ordinances, shall upon
upon conviction thereof, be imprisoned
60 days or find [sic] the sum of one
hundred dollars in the discretion
of the court.
Passed in open session by the Council
at 7,45 p.m. December 18th 1888.
Approved by the mayor Dec. 19th 1888.

J.D. Messet [?]
Acting Clerk

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