The Battle Creek Sanitarium System: History, Organization, Methods

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Gage Printing Company, printer, 1908 - Health resorts - 215 pages
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Page 28 - philanthropic, humanitarian, charitable, and benevolent, and in no manner directly or indirectly for private profit or dividend paying to any one.' "3. It is therefore clear:— "a. That no profits of the institution can ever accrue or be lawfully paid to any private party or parties whatsoever. "b. That no funds of the institution can be lawfully sent outside
Page 19 - are the ideals constantly held up before him. He must work out his own salvation; he must "cease to do evil and learn to do well;" he must cease to sow seeds of disease, and by every means in his power cultivate health.
Page 7 - To make available in most approved form every rational curative means known to medical science, so that the same may be brought to bear in any individual case, giving special prominence to physical therapy, or so-called physiologic therapeutics.
Page 213 - philanthropic, humanitarian, charitable, and benevolent, and in no manner, directly or indirectly, for private profit or dividend paying to any one.
Page 205 - In a test case brought before the Supreme Court of the State of Michigan for the purpose of determining the status of the Sanitarium and whether it should be required to pay taxes, the decision of the court was in favor of the institution,
Page 7 - combine with the special professional, technical, and institutional advantages of the modern hospital, the luxuries and comforts of the modern hotel, adding the genial atmosphere, security, and freedom of the home, characteristics which constitute the genuine sanitarium.
Page 11 - a little band of men who believed in altruism and human progress purchased a small two-story farmhouse in a fine grove in the edge of the village of Battle Creek, and opened a water-cure under the name
Page 28 - is organized under the provisions of Act No. 242 of the Public Acts of the State of Michigan as a philanthropic and charitable institution.
Page 7 - of the amount of such variation, so far as possible expressing these variations by means of coefficients, so as to make exact comparisons possible.
Page 213 - is organized under the provisions of Act No. 242 of the Public Acts of the State of Michigan, as a philanthropic and charitable institution.

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