British Medical Journal, Volume 1, Pages 1-772 (Google eBook)

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British Medical Association, 1899 - Medicine
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Page 37 - be registered under the Medical Act in force in the United Kingdom at the time of his appointment ; but a candidate who holds a single diploma from the Society of Apothecaries obtained under the conditions of the Medical Act of 1886 will be deemed to possess the double qualification required.
Page 47 - To decide upon the removal from the roll of the name of any midwife for disobeying the rules and regulations from time to time laid down under this Act by the Central Midwives Board, or for other misconduct, and also to decide upon the restoration to the roll of the name of any midwife so removed.
Page 108 - that the cleansing and disinfecting of any house, or part thereof, and of any articles therein likely to retain infection, would tend to prevent or check infectious disease,
Page 108 - house, or part of a house, is "in such a filthy or unwholesome condition that the health of any person is affected or endangered thereby, or that the whitewashing, cleansing, or purifying
Page 117 - and lotions containing poison be sent out in bottles rendered distinguishable by touch from ordinary medicine bottles, and that there also be affixed to each such bottle (in addition to the name of the article and to any particular instructions for its use) a label
Page 53 - Peter twirled the jangling keys in weariness and wrath. Ye have read, ye have heard, ye have thought, he said, and the tale is yet to run, By the
Page 56 - The candidate must have attended, under the superintendence of a registered medical practitioner, twelve cases of labour, or such additional number as the Senatus, with the sanction of the University Court, may from time to time determine, or have attended for three
Page 221 - by the thirteenth annual meeting of the Conference of State and Provincial .Boards of Health of North America, held at Detroit,
Page 108 - direct the destruction of any bedding, clothing, or other articles which have been exposed to infection from any dangerous infectious disorder,
Page 117 - In a bottle or vessel tied over, capped, locked, or otherwise secured in a manner different from that in which bottles or vessels containing ordinary articles are secured in the same warehouse, shop, or dispensary ; or (b) In a bottle or vessel rendered distinguishable by touch from the bottles or vessels in which ordinary articles are kept in the ваше

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