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Lunacy Administration in Cape Colony

  • T. Duncan Greenlees

The subject of lunacy administration in our Colonies, and in other countries, is one not so well known as it should be to those of us who are specially interested in these matters in this country, and I was pleased to see recently articles in our Journal by Drs. Eric Sinclair and Beattie Smith treating of this subject as found in Australia. If our Editors published a series of articles referring to lunacy administration, as met with in our Colonies and foreign countries, these might prove useful when our own Lunacy Act undergoes amendment.

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(1) A paper read at the Autumn Meeting of the South-Eastern Division, held at Brooke House, October, 1909.

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Lunacy Administration in Cape Colony

  • T. Duncan Greenlees
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