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" No hospital for the insane should be built, without the plan having been first submitted to some physician or physicians, who have had charge of a similar establishment, or are practically acquainted with all the details of their arrangements, and received... "
Journal of Proceedings - Page 130
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
...are practically acquainted with all the details of their arrangements, ana received his or their lull approbation. V. The highest number that can with propriety...should be constructed of stone or brick, have slate or metallic roofs, and, as far as possible, be made secure from accidents by fire. VII. Every hospital,...
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Report ...

1846
...physicians, who have had charge of a similar establishment, or are practically acquainted with all the details of their arrangements, and received his...highest number that can with propriety be treated in one buildiag is two hundred and fifty, while two hundred is a preferable maximum. VI. All such buildings...
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The New Hampshire Journal of Medicine ..., Volumes 1-2

George H. Hubbard - Medicine - 1851
...establishment, or are practically acquainted with all the details of their arrangements, and receive his or their full approbation. V. The highest number...should be constructed of stone or brick, have slate or metallic roofs, and as far as possible be made secure from accidents by fire. VII. Every Hospital,...
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The Medical Examiner, and Record of Medical Science, Volume 7

1851
...Physicians, who have had charge of a similar establishment, or are practically acquainted with all the details of their arrangements, and received his...propriety be treated in one building is two hundred and (illy, while two hundred is a preferable maximum. VI. All such buildings should be constructed of stone...
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Documents, Messages and Other Communications, Made to the ..., Volume 16, Part 1

Ohio. General Assembly - 1852
...of a similar establishment, or are practically acquainted with all the details of their arang*ments. and received his or their full approbation. V. The...have slate or metalic roofs, and as far as possible be made secure from aociden s by fire. VII. Every Hospital, having provision for two hundred or more...
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Journal of the Senate of the State of Missouri

Missouri. General Assembly. Senate - Missouri - 1852
...physicians, who have had charge of a similar establishment, or are practically acquainted with all the details of their arrangements, and received his...buildings should be constructed of stone or brick, hava slate or metalic roofs, and as far as possible, be made secure from accidents by fire. VII. Every...
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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
...or physicians who have had charge of a similar establishment, or are practically acquainted with all the details of their arrangements, and received his or their full approbation. 5. The highest number that can with propriety be treated in one building is two hundred and fifty,...
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Annual report of the Governors of the Almshouse, New York, Volume 5

1854
...or physicians who have had charge of a similar establishment, or are practically acquainted with all the details of their arrangements, and received his...should be constructed of stone or brick, have slate or metallic roofs, and as far as possible be made secure from accidents by fire. VII. Every Hospital having...
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Annual Report of the Governors of the Almshouse, New York

New York (N.Y.). Alms House - Public institutions - 1854
...or physicians who have had charge of a similar establishment, or are practically acquainted with all the details of their arrangements, and received his...should be constructed of stone or brick, have slate or metallic roofs, and as far as possible be made secure from accidents by fire. ' ' | . h „ VII. Every...
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On the Construction, Organization, and General Arrangements of Hospitals for ...

Thomas Story Kirkbride - Hospital buildings - 1854 - 80 pages
...or physicians who have had charge of a similar establishment, or are practically acquainted with all the details of their arrangements, and received his...buildings should be constructed of stone or brick, have elate or metallic roofs, and, as far as possible, be made secure from accidents by fire. 76 . Each...
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