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May 21, 1938


JAMA. 1938;110(21):1780-1781. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790210060041

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REGULATIONS GOVERNING ADMISSION TO UNITED STATES NARCOTIC FARM  The Surgeon General of the U. S. Public Health Service has forwarded the following regulations for admission to a U. S. narcotic farm, effective April 1, 1938:No person shall be eligible for treatment or confinement in a United States narcotic farm unless he is an addict as here-after defined and then only: (1) if such person has been sentenced to confinement on conviction of an offense against the United States, including convictions by general courts-martial or by consular courts; (2) if such person is completing a sentence of confinement at a narcotic farm and applies in accordance with the requirements of these regulations for further custodial care and treatment beyond the expiration of sentence; (3) if such person is placed on probation by any court of the United States or other federal authority which has imposed as one of the conditions

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