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" The stairways should always be of iron, stone, or other indestructible material, ample in size and number, and easy of ascent, to afford convenient egress in case of accident from fire. "
Journal of Proceedings - Page 151
by Wisconsin. Legislature. Senate - 1855
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and ..., Volume 3

United States. Congress. Senate - United States
...in size and number, and easy of ascent, to afford convenient egress in case of accident from fire. XIV. A large hospital should consist of a main central...main central building should contain the offices, receivingrooms for company, and apartments entirely private, for the superintending physician and his...
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The Medical Examiner, and Record of Medical Science, Volume 7

1851
...size and number, and easy of ascent, to afford convenient egress in case of accident from fire. XLV. A large Hospital should consist of a main central...contain the offices, receiving rooms for company, and apartment* entirely private, for the Superintending Physician and his family, in case that officer...
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Journal of the Senate of the State of Missouri

Missouri. General Assembly. Senate - Missouri - 1852
...in case of accident from fire. XIV. A large hospital should consist of a main central building witk wings. XV. The main central building should contain...rooms for company, and apartments entirely private, tor the superintending physician and his family, in case that officer reside in the hospital building....
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The half-yearly abstract of the medical sciences: being a ..., Volumes 15-16

William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Dommett Stone - Medicine - 1852
...size and number, and easy of ascent, to afford convenient egress in case of accident from fire. 14. A large Hospital should consist of a main central building with wings. 15. The main central building should contain the offices, receiving rooms for company, and apartments...
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Annual report of the Governors of the Almshouse, New York, Volume 5

1854
...ample in size and number, and easy of access, to afford convenient egress in case of accident by fire. XIV. A large Hospital should consist of a main central...entirely private, for the Superintending Physician and hia family, in case that officer resides in the Hospital building. XVI. The wings should be so arranged,...
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index to the executive documents of the senate of the united states

. - 1854
...in size and number, and easy of ascent, to afford convenient egress in case of accident from fire. XIV. A large hospital should consist of a main central...main central building should contain the offices, receivingnxmis ibr company, mid apartments entirely private, for the superintending physician and his...
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On the Construction, Organization, and General Arrangements of Hospitals for ...

Thomas Story Kirkbride - Hospital buildings - 1854 - 80 pages
...in size and number, and easy of ascent, to afford convenient egress in case of accident from fire. XIV. A large hospital should consist of a main central...main central building should contain the offices, receivingrooms for company, and apartments, entirely private, for the superintending physician and...
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the journal psychological medicine and mental pathology

forbes winslow - 1854
...the superintending physician and his family, in ease that officer resides in the hospital building. XIV. A large hospital should consist of a main central building with wings. XVI. The wings should be so arranged that, if rooms are placed on both sides of a corridor, the corridors...
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Public Documents of the State of Wisconsin: Being the Reports of the Various ...

Wisconsin - Wisconsin - 1855
... KU and ai.d uuinbf , nnd eaav of t, ly afford convenient tgrcw in ia^e iJ autidv.nt liv.in lira XIV. A large hospital should consist of a main central...case that officer resides in the hospital building. %XVL The wings should be so arranged that, if rooms are placed on both sides of a corridor the corridors...
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Joint Documents ... for the Year ...

Michigan. Legislature - Michigan - 1855
...in size and number, and easy of ascent, to afford convenient egress in case of accident from fire. XIV. A large hospital should consist of a main central...main central building should contain the offices, receivingrooms for company, and apartments entirely private, for the superintending physician and his...
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