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Medical Officer"s report 1904

by Malden and Coombe (England). Urban District Council

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Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer DEPARTMENT While the Report will attempt to be comprehensive in dealing with the issues identified above, such is the complexity of modern health systems that it would not be possible to address in a single Report, many of the. We feel sure that the circular letter of Mr. LYTTELTON, dated Nov. 18th, , pointing out the great importance of this very question of the incidence of cancer among native populations will meet with a generous response from the medical practi- tioners of those districts. 1 Rice Morgan E. Quarterly Report upon the Schools in the Upper.

Report on the last two cholera-epidemics of London as affected by the consumption of impure water: addressed to the Rt. Hon. the president of the General Board of Health, by the Medical Officer of the Board. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. Author(s): Simon, John, Sir, Contributor(s): Great Britain. When the medical officers' training camp opened, the academic staff consisted of the commandant, nine medical officers and two enlisted men. The commandant was Lt. Col. William N. Bispham, medical corps. Doctor Bispham was born in Virginia and received his M.D. from the University of Maryland in

The Local Government Board issued a memorandum setting out the duties of medical officers of health. Report of the Select Committee on Noxious Businesses. Introduction of the "Hospital Sunday Collection" which was an annual collection for hospitals held on a Sunday in June. Birmingham appointed its first medical officer of health. On the proposed extension of the Contagious Diseases Acts, to the civil population: being a report to the Privy Council / by their Medical Officer, John Simon Simon, John Sir, [ Book: ] At State Library of NSW.


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