Transactions of The Indiana State Medical Association, Issue 30

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Page 18 - A fellow by the hand of nature marked, Quoted and signed to do a deed of shame...
Page 72 - The days of our age are threescore years and ten; and though men be so strong, that they come to fourscore years : yet is their strength then but labour and sorrow; so soon passeth it away, and we are gone.
Page 176 - He that begetteth a fool doeth it to his sorrow: and the father of a fool hath no joy.
Page 36 - ... presents a blanched, smooth and waxy appearance; the lips, gums and tongue seem bloodless; the flabbiness of the solids increases; the appetite fails; extreme languor and faintness supervene, breathlessness and...
Page 144 - That the opinion of witnesses possessing peculiar skill is admissible, whenever the subjectmatter of inquiry is such, that inexperienced persons are unlikely to prove capable of forming a correct judgment upon it, without such assistance...
Page 304 - Each local society shall have the privilege of sending to the Association one delegate for every ten of its regular resident members, and one for every additional fraction of more than half this number. " The Faculty of every regularly constituted Medical College or chartered school of medicine, shall have the privilege of sending two delegates. The professional staff...
Page 308 - Sec. 3. The deliberations of this Association shall be governed by parliamentary usage as contained in Roberts' Rules of Order, when not in conflict with this Constitution and By-Laws.
Page 305 - The Committee on Arrangements shall, if no sufficient reasons prevent, be mainly composed of members at the place where the next annual meeting is to be held, and provide suitable rooms and accommodations for the meeting, and in all matters not otherwise provided for, superintend and protect the general interest of the society.
Page 147 - ... the same principle which justifies the bringing of the mechanic from his workshop, the merchant from his store-houses, the broker from his 'change, or the lawyer from his engagements, to testify in regard to some matter which he has learned in the exercise of his art or profession, authorizes the summoning of a physician, or surgeon, or skilled apothecary, to testify...
Page 86 - ... sound and large ; so that it seemed not improbable that the common report was true, viz., that he did public penance under a conviction for incontinence, after he had passed his hundredth year ; and his wife, whom he had married as a widow in his hundred-and-twentieth year, did not deny that he had intercourse with her after the manner of other husbands with their wives, nor until about twelve years back had he ceased to embrace her frequently.

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