A Case of Belladonna Poisoning

F. L. SMITH
1879 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
They receive no compensation for their services. The Tennessee Medical Association offered its thanks to the United States government for the organization of the National Board of Health. A little centralization of government is not always a bad thing. The Illinois State Board of Health has instructed its secretary to investigate the manner of issuing diplomas by the St. Louis Eclectic Medical College, and if it does not comply with their requirements in regard to the length of its terms, to
more » ... of its terms, to withhold certificates from its graduates. Its diplomas were not recognized by our health department more than a year since. It must not be confounded with the St. Louis Medical College.
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