THE CHEMICAL CONSTITUTION OF CERTAIN PROPRIETARY DRUGS
BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)
EDAL unable to carrv it oIn. Made ani aniiiuitant of £20 and the Guild to try to get helr iinto a home. WVidow, aged 65, of L.R.C.P.andS.Irel. whlo practised at (atford and Southen(l. Too0o01 to work. Lives wvith a son nild lhis family who caninlot afford to lkeep lher. Has anl Epsom pension. Tle case strongly recomimenided by the G-uild visitor. Relieved twvice, £18. Voted £12 in twvelve inistalmenits. Daughiter, aged 71, of M.l)D.Lond. who practised in North London. Unable to work owinig to
... to work owinig to defective eyesight. Has recenitly obtained an aninuity from aniother society. Proposes to apply for the old age pension. Voted £2. Widow, aged 51, of MAI.D.Edin. who practised at Newcastle-on-Tynie, hlas C.M.B. certificate anid earnled VJ livinig by nlursilg, but fr-actuired her leg soniAe tim-e since, and is making verv slow p)rogress. A little helpl from a married daughter, but not eniough to keep lher. 'Voted £12 in twelve instalments. Widow, aged 55, of MI.D.Aberd. who died in 1904 anid prac-tised1 at Balhamii. Lost the little monley left her by hiuisbanid in assisting her only soni, a mining einineer, in South Africa. The venture vas a failuire, and the son. has joined the South Afric,an Army. Qualified mental nhurse, blut finds difficulty in obtaining o\vrk on account -of age. Voted £10 in two instali-eints, alnd r-eferred to the Guild.