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The Legal Duties and Responsibilities of the Medical Profession in Matters of Lunacy

  • T. Prout Webb (a1)
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The object of this paper is an endeavour to suggest for the consideration of the medical profession certain aspects of their legal duties and responsibilities in matters of lunacy.

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(1) Read at the meeting of the Australasian Medical Congress, held in Melbourne, October, 1908.

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The Legal Duties and Responsibilities of the Medical Profession in Matters of Lunacy

  • T. Prout Webb (a1)
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