A Pessimistic View of the Future of Obstetrics

L. Drage
1904 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
CORRESPONDENCE. witia TOv#XL 207 one-third to the amalgamated charities. It is thought that this will be the best way of increasing the amount of the collection. A resolution to this effect has been sent to the committees of all the hospitals concerned, and in each case the committee has concurred with the proposal. At an extraordinary meeting of the Board of Delegates in connexion with the Birmingham Hospital Saturday Fund, which was held on July 13th, it was shown that Hospital Saturday was
more » ... ital Saturday was as much appreciated as ever, since the total amount of collection up to date for this year was £18,o78 i8s. iod. from 1,918 firms. This is about £200 less than for the corresponding date of last year; but when it is borne in mind that trade has not been so good this year as it was last it is wonderlul for such a large sum to have been raised.
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