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September 24, 1892


JAMA. 1892;XIX(13):383-384. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420130027006

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Keeley's Lawsuits.  — Dr. Keeley has concluded to part with some of his golden gains to the legal fraternity of London. He has entered libel actions against the Lancet and the Press and Circular, in order to punish those journals for calling him a mischievous quack and inducing the friends of temperance to withdraw their partly promised support. The Press and Circular refused to publish Dr. Keeley's letter of vindication or explanation chiefly because the writer advanced no proof corrective of the "bad impression created by the almost universal condemnation of the so-called cure in the United States." Dr. Keeley is urged by these journals not to delay his actions for libel, and they promise to show him up.

Ownership of Prescriptions.  —A recent trial in a Detroit court resulted in placing the ownership of prescriptions in the hands of the patient and not in those of the pharmacist. Testimony

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