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Excerpt from Public Documents of Massachusetts, Vol. 5: Being the Annual Reports of Various Public Officers and Institutions for the Year 1874; Nos. 30 to 32
June 21, 1869, just five years ago, the legislature passed the Act establish ing the State Board of Health.
For two years previously Dr. Derby edited the Reports to the legislature misting to the births, marriages and deaths in Massachusetts. In the preface to the Report, in 1867, the Secretary of State had used the following language in reference to Dr. Derby, that during the late war he was four years in active service, with the largest reputation as surgeon.
His publications, as well as his acquired reputation at the State House and abroad, readily pointed him out as the person most fitted, on the score of his manliness, ability, and integrity, to be Secretary of the new Board. He, in fact, had no rival.
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