"Health of the City," Deseret News, 29 June 1859, 132.
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Emigrants, or any persons arriving in G.S.L. City, having knowledge of sickness or disease on the road, approaching this city, will confer a favor by communicating the same to the Quarantine Physician.
All sick and diseased persons are forbidden, under penalty of law, to enter the city, until their trains have been inspected and the nature and character of such disease ascertained. Dr. Anderson, who has been lately appointed by the city council to discharge this duty, may be found at his residence in the 13th Ward, opposite the City Brewery.