The Illinois Medical Journal, Volume 1

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Illinois State Medical Society, 1900 - Medicine

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Page 225 - The members of the Board shall receive no compensation for their services, but their traveling and other expenses, while employed on business of the Board, shall be paid. The president of the Board shall quarterly certify the amount due the secretary, and on presentation of his certificate the auditor of
Page 181 - declares that: "Any person shall be regarded as practicing medicine, within the meaning of this Act, who shall treat or profess to treat, operate on, or prescribe for any physical ailment or any physical injury to or deformity of another;" and
Page 402 - the Lord God drove out the man and He placed at the east of the garden of Eden Cherubims and a. flaming sword, which turned, every
Page 81 - Resolved, That the phrase "medical college or institution in good standing" in the first paragraph of Section 2, of the Act to Regulate the Practice of Medicine in the State of Illinois, in force July 1, 1899, is hereby defined to include only legally organized,
Page 312 - "Until the advancing age admits the efficacy and supremacy of mind it is better to leave the adjustment of broken bones and dislocations to the fingers of a surgeon, while you confine yourself chiefly to mental reconstruction and the prevention of inflammation or protracted confinement."
Page 189 - child wilfully to cause or permit the life of such child to be endangered or the health of such child to be injured, or to wilfully cause or permit such child to be placed in such a situation that its life or health may be endangered."
Page 234 - declares that any person shall be regarded as practicing medicine, within the meaning of the act, who shall treat, operate on, or prescribe for any physical ailment of another. If to advertise that
Page 428 - have the capacity to comprehend the extent of his property and the nature of the claims of others whom by his will he is excluding from all participation in that property; and that the protection of the law is in no case more needed
Page 428 - 'Their lordships are of the opinion that in order to constitute a sound disposing mind a testator must not only be able to understand that he has by his will given the whole of his property to one object of his regard, but he
Page 308 - "The discovery came to pass in this way. During twenty years prior to my discovery I had been trying to trace all physical effects to a mental cause; and in the latter part of 1866 I gained the scientific certainty that all causation

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