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June 25, 1927


JAMA. 1927;88(26):2045. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02680520035020

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Gift of Library  Prof. Luigi Mangiagalli has given his large private library to the Istituto Ostetrico-Ginecologico of the University of Milan, which bears his name. The library contains, in addition to 10,000 bound volumes, a large number of unbound treatises and rare complete collections of scientific reviews.

Sanitary Regulations Introduced by the Ministerial Council  At a recent session, the ministerial council introduced several regulations pertaining to sanitary matters; for example, it was established that the lawfully recognized delegates of the medical and surgical associations shall make up the membership of the superior council on health and the provincial councils. In addition, the compensation to which health officers are entitled for work of a private nature and for laboratory analyses necessary for health control was fixed. Severe penalties were imposed for neglect to report cases of infectious disease and for fraudulent practices in connection with the manufacture and sale of food

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