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1913 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
by a tine of $20 (100 kronen) or from one to eight days prison. Officers of the board of public health are entitled to examine the patient or the dead body in order to ascertain the disease or the cause of death. The medical attendant must be consulted by them also. If there is a suspicion that ¡in infectious case is kept secret, the help of the police may be obtained by the board of health." It was not possible to obtain from parliament payment of fees for such notifications for the
more » ... for the practitioners; but the government will pay $10,000 (50.(100 kronen) a year to the medical societies for orphans and widows of practitioners in recognition of the services rendered by the profession to the state.
doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350100063026 fatcat:65a6g6b3vbbjjccy2p3qs5hipa