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This volume's contents is arranged in seven parts, Part I containing: postal information; monies, measures, weights, etc.; calculating tables, ready reckoner; and medical items. Part II comprises initial nomenclature, the General Medical Council of Great Britain and titular distinguished members of the profession. In Part III the medical acts of Great Britain, medical education in the British Isles and in the Indian Empire occupy 338 pages, while Part IV has to do with the Indian Medical Association: The military medical services of India occupy 76 pages, i.e., Part V, while Part VI contains the retired list and Part VII a general alphabetic list of government officers, medical practitioners, etc.
The Medical Register and Directory of the Indian Empire. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(19):1127. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450190053025
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