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April 2, 1898


JAMA. 1898;XXX(14):804. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02440660052014

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Section on State Medicine.  —The following additional papers (videJournal, March 26, p. 743), for this Section:The Importance of the Immediate Sterilizing of Foods and Drinks before their Ingestion, by Augustus P. Clarke, Cambridge, Mass.; Henry D. Holton, Brattleboro, Vt., will open discussion.Relation of the Courts of Lunacy Law or Insanity Before the Law, by Charles H. Hughes, St. Louis, Mo.; discussed by William P. Munn, Denver, and T. D. Crothers, Hartford, Conn.The Milk Supplies of Cities, is the Public Entitled to Receive Better Service? by Henry O. Marcy, Boston, Mass.; discussed by Henry L. Coit, Newark, N. J.Some of the Duties of Health Boards, by Henry D. Holton, Brattleboro, Vt.; discussed by Charles H. Shepard, Brooklyn.Alcoholic Stimulation or Irrigation, Which? Including their Uses and the most Efficient means to Obtain their Effects, by W. Van R. Blighton, Buffalo, N. Y.; discussion opened by J.

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