Albany Medical Annals, Volume 25

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Burdick & Taylor, 1904
 

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Page 855 - MARIANI INTRODUCED NEARLY HALF A CENTURY AGO: " The Preparation which made Coca known as a remedy ! " Priority, Facilities and Processes of Manufacture MAINTAIN MARIANI COCA PREPARATIONS INIMITABLE. AVOID "COCA WINES" Extemporaneously made with Cheap Wine and Cocaine. Substitutes harm Patient and Physician and betray confidence in the unique properties of Coca. VIN MARIANI Represents TRUE COCA with a Sound Nutritious FRENCH WINE; An Adjuvant to all other Remedies in Convalescence — Wasting Diseases...
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Page 600 - ... in the same city or county, and if there be no such examining physician in said city or county then to the nearest examining physician, for the examination by him of said patient. Upon the request of such superintendent said examining physician shall examine all persons applying for free admission and treatment in said institution, and determine whether such persons applying are suffering from incipient pulmonary tuberculosis.
Page 302 - ... and as it is desired by the military authorities that the Department be filled up to its full legal limit as early as practicable, all eligible applicants will be afforded opportunity for examination ; those found qualified will be commissioned at an early date.
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Page 600 - ... in so far as such applicants are subsequently certified by the said examining physician to be suffering from incipient pulmonary tuberculosis. Every person who is declared as herein provided to be unable to pay for his Úr her care or treatment shall be transported...

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