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May 17, 1902


JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(20):1309. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480200023008

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The Department of Agriculture has just issued a neat pamphlet entitled "Market Milk; a Plan for Its Improvement" by Raymond A. Pearson, assistant chief of the Dairy Division of the Department. Its object is given in a prefatory statement, viz., to answer questions as to the means of improving the milk supply of committees by showing the ideal conditions or rather those that can be practically realized wherever it is seriously attempted. It does more than this, however, it lays down a plan of organization of local commissions mainly or entirely of physicians who are to educate the dairy men and the public as to the requirements of the ideal or model dairy product and to endorse the milk supply from such as furnish it under the proper conditions. The work of the local medical societies in New York and Philadelphia is noticed and the forms used by the Philadelphia

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