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The International Sanitary Conferences were a series of 14 conferences, the first of them organized by the then French Government in 1851 to standardize international quarantine regulations against the spread of cholera, plague, and yellow fever.

A total of ten conferences took place during the nineteenth century, and a further four in the twentieth century; the conferences played a major role in the formation of the World Health Organization in 1948.— Excerpted from International Sanitary Conferences on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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# Venue Year Publications
Paris 1851 Procès-Verbaux de la Conférence Sanitaire Internationale Ouverte à Paris le 27 juillet 1851”. Paris: Impr. Nationale, 1852.
Paris 1859 Protocoles de la Conférence Sanitaire Internationale: Ouverte à Paris le 9 avril 1859”. Paris: Imp. Impériale, 1859. (Digitized from copyflo print–from–microfilm with permission of the National Library of Medicine: W3 IN881 1859)
Constantinople 1866 Report to the International Sanitary Conference of a Commission from That Body, to Which Were Referred the Questions Relative to the Origin, Endemicity, Transmissibility and Propagation of Asiatic Cholera”. Boston [Mass.: s.n.].
Vienna 1874 Procès-Verbaux de la Conférence Sanitaire Internationale Ouverte à Vienne le 1 juillet 1874”. Vienne: Impr. Impériale et Royale, 1874.
Washington 1881 Proceedings of the International Sanitary Conference: Provided for by Joint Resolution of the Senate and House of Representatives in the Early Part of 1881”. Washington: G.P.O., 1881.
Rome 1885 Protocoles et Procès–Verbaux de la Conférence Sanitaire Internationale de Rome, Inaugurée le 20 mai 1885”. Rome: Impr. du Ministère des Affaires Étrangères, 1885.
Venice 1892 Protocoles et Procès-verbaux de la Conférence sanitaire internationale de Venise inaugurée le 5 janvier 1892”. Rome: Impr. Nationale de J. Bertero, 1892. (Digitized from print original with permission of the University of Michigan Law Library: JX4 S22 1892)
Dresden 1893 Procès–Verbaux de la Conférence Sanitaire Internationale de de Dresde, 11 mars–15 avril 1893”. Dresde: Impr. B.G. Teubner, 1893.
Paris 1894 Conférence Sanitaire Internationale de Paris, 7 février-3 avril 1894: Procès–Verbaux”. Paris: Impr. Nationale, 1894.
10  Venice 1897 Conférence Sanitaire Internationale de Venise, 16 février–19 mars 1897: Procès–Verbaux”. Rome: Forzani et Cie, Imprimeurs du Sénat, 1897.
11  Paris 1903 Conférence Sanitaire Internationale de Paris, 10 octobre–3 décembre 1903: Procès–Verbaux”. Paris: Imprimerie nationale, 1904.
12  Paris 1911-1912
13  Paris 1926
14  Paris 1938