Letter from Lisbon; The International Medical Congress at Lisbon

1906 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Board, because it had been separately established by the legislature, refused to submit them. The State Board then laid the matter before Attorney-General Cunneen, who was at the time in office, and he wrote an opinion deciding against Dr. Brannan's contention. Recently the present attorney-general prepared an opinion still more decided in favor of the State Board, and, as a result, Dr. Brannan has called on Corporation Counsel Delany for advice and support. The latter states that so many
more » ... that so many delicate legal points are involved that the entire matter will have to go to the courts before a settlement can be arrived at. This resort to the courts will shortly be made, as Attorney-General Mayer is now preparing mandamus proceedings against Dr. Brannan, the result of which will be to decide the issues at stake. Correspondence.
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