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November 10, 1906


JAMA. 1906;XLVII(19):1569. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520190049012

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Regardless of party affiliation, the physicians of Massachusetts seem to be well pleased with the record of the recent state administration. A committee of physicians prepared a circular of commendation and it has received the endorsement of hundreds of physicians from all over the state. In it, attention is called to the achievements of the state administration in increasing and strengthening the statutory safeguards erected for the protection of health and physical well-being of the citizens of Massachusetts. In our news department this week we quote from this circular the portion which itemizes the enactments referred to. The circular particularly praises Governor Guild, who has just been re-elected to another term, for the "enlightened and active interest" which he has exerted in the unusual number of important measures that have been placed on the statute books of Massachusetts this year and for his "breadth of knowledge and keenness of interest"

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