Record of Mortality

1911 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
most cannot. It is evidently impracticable for the infirm, the lame, or for women carrying babies. A real elevator is needed. This will probably cost more money in its operation than the moving staircase. Whether this money is to be found by the railway company, and if found, whether it is to be replaced by not extending the five-cent fare further into the country, or whether a separate fare is to be charged in the elevator, and if so, what it is to be, are all practical questions that do not
more » ... ncern us as physicians. What does concern us is that an elevator is needed at many stations that cannot be reached by the surface. This is a matter on which we should have an opinion and be ready to express it. Yours truly,
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