American Medicine, Volumen1

American-Medicine Publishing Company, 1901

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Página 333 - ... into two branches, legislative and scientific ; the legislative branch to be as small as is compatible with representation from all the county societies, and to be composed of delegates elected by the county societies. (d) That membership in the county or district societies shall constitute membership in the respective State society without further dues, and that no one be admitted to membership in the State society except through county or regular district societies.
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Página 107 - Who sutlers by the bad state of the Russian school of surgery? The Emperor Nicholas ? By no means. The whole evil falls on the peasantry. If the education of a surgeon should become very expensive, if the fees of surgeons should consequently rise', if the supply of regular surgeons should diminish, the sufferers would be, not the rich, but the poor in our country villages, who would again be left to mountebanks, and barbers, and old women, and charms, and quack medicines.
Página 333 - ... to those who support the regular organization, and the semi-national and miscellaneous societies to encourage systematic organization, by covering a definite territory and also by limiting their membership to supporters of the regular organization.
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