1917 Journal of the American Medical Association  
the theory that it should be treated as a part of the grdinary expense of operation. So much of an employee's incapacity as is the direct result of unskilful medical treatment does not arise "out of and in the course of his employment" within the meaning of that phrase as used in the statute. For that part of his injury his remedy is against the persons answerable therefor under tbe general law of negligence, whether or not his employer be of tbe number. In other words, in an action under the
more » ... action under the workmen's compensation act of Kansas, a
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