Image from page 607 of "The Russo-Japanese war : medical and sanitary reports from officers attached to the Japanese and Russian forces in the field, General staff, War office, April 1908" (1908)
Title: The Russo-Japanese war : medical and sanitary reports from officers attached to the Japanese and Russian forces in the field, General staff, War office, April 1908
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Great Britain. War Office MacPherson, William Grant, Sir, 1858-1927
Subjects: Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 Military hygiene
Publisher: London : Printed for H. M. Stationery off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University
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Explanation of buildings, numbered DISINFECTING DEPARTMENT. ft) Soldier employes quarters l Kitchens $ Baths for officials (4) Disinfection h bathbuildmgs (see large scale plan) OJEngineand boiler house (6) Warehouse for baggage and stores received for disinfection (V ^brehof/se for disinfected baggage and stores($($ Guard house (fObMedical Officers quarters(tlj Senior NC 0s quarters BARRACKS for TROOPS m QUARANTJN E. (l) Officers quarters u Kitchens (3) Mens quarters (4) Bdths Figure/ &. TARY QUARANTINE STATION, NINO-SHIMA.N of DISINFECTING DEPART! N9TT SECTION. (Scale I inch -20 ff approximatelyj 2 where finger rings with wooden labels are issued1 where clothes1 bags and towels are Issued where bath gowns are issued ^ * Route taken by the men^f Route taken by trollies to disinfecting chambers=^Q Route taken by trollies from disinfecting chambers■zQ Route of empty trollies onlynofties also return along the fine or thick lines as shownrows. ,
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To face page 473. Figures 4-. General ■^Officers * MILITARY QUARANTINE STATION, NINO-SHIMA.PLAN of UNINFECTING DEPARTTN?TT SECTION. (Scale I inch-20 C approximately) (1) Place where Finger rings with wooden labels are issued (2) Place where clothes bays and towels ere issued (3) Place where bath gowns are issued*—. _ Rout* taken by the men *r:^p Route taken by trollies to disinfecting chambers->-^0 Route taken by trollies from dmnftoting chambers >- ^Q Route of empty trollies only Empty trollies also retumahng the tine orthick lines abythe arrows
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