Special Correspondence

1890 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
THE BRITISII MEDICAL JOURNAL 153 an officer of health really does his duty.-We are, youir lordships and gentlemen, your obedient servants, ALGERNON SUDLOW, Castle Conibe To the Secretary of the Local Governmnot Board. SIR,-We, the undersigned, being the whole of the medical men resident within the ruiral sanitary district of the Chippenham Uiiion, auid the utrban district of the municipal borough of Chippenham, in both ot which Dr. William Briscoe is the medical officer of health, beg to call
more » ... alth, beg to call vour attesltion to the fact that he is in private practice, and, in addition to it, iholds a large niunr.ber of clubs and other appointments, which will make it impossible for him to carry out the duties required under the Infectious Disease (Notification) Act,
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