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Lyons medical jurisprudence for India

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      • Frontispiece accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress.First edition published in 1888.

        StatementThacker, Spink & Co.
        PublishersThacker, Spink & Co.
        LC Classifications1918
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        Paginationxvi, 128 p. :
        Number of Pages45
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        ISBN 10nodata

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to find that this has been removed The object of this tnch is to so flurry a nervous witness who is per haps not familiar with the book by the delay m finding what he Wants, that he will be unable to do so This tnck, besides being shady, is a very stupid one the witness has only to tell the court what has been done to the book, and to explain that m the circumstances it may take him some time to find the desired passage 3 Repeating a witness's answer, as if to help the magistrate to record it, but slipping in a word or two, or changing words in the hope of getting this garbled version on record Privileges and Disabilities.

A medical department was established in Bengal as far back as 1764, for rendering medical services to the troops and servants of the Company. Abortion laws in India: Abortion laws Abortion or miscarriage may occur spontaneously, in which case it is of no interest to the criminal law; or it may be deliberately induced, when it is a serious crime.! It opens with a very informative introduction that summarizes key concepts and definitions which appear regularly in the book.The civil chief medical officer or the person in-charge of the Indian Medical Department was the Director General, Indian Medical Services, who held the rank of Surgeon General.

In 1775, Hospital Boards were formed to administer European hospitals comprising of the Surgeon General and Physician General, who were in the staff of the Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Indian Army. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. However, the government of India passed the All-India Leprosy Act in 1898 and Leper Asylums were established in major parts of the country and forcible segregation of lepers was carried out.

It is an exact reproduction of the injury, and is very helpful m demonstrating the manner in which the wound was inflicted A little practice will make one expert in the taking of these casts When properly coloured they are invaluable to the police surgeon whose duty it is to instruct students A Lyons medical jurisprudence for India should be made as to the height and general muscular development ol the deceased.

Blood, however, it should be remembered, may be found in the muscles of the abdominal wall without any violence having been applied to it. Vaccination and sanitary staff was responsible for the maintenance of vital statistics i. Under the written orders of the court, an exhumation can take place when suspicions of foul play arises after death.

And, unfortunately, two professional Lyons medical jurisprudence for India suffer from more ignorance of law and medicine than is good for them: Those lawyers, who do not constantly deal with medical issues in their legal practice, know very little about the medical profession and its problems; physicians frequently comprehend too little about the law and how it affects them in the practice of their profession.

Most lawyers are reputable men, who would not resort to dishonest methods of entrapping a Lyons medical jurisprudence for India, but as in every other profession, there are a few not above stooping to shady tncks, if they can benefit by them A few of these- tncks are mentioned below The 2 18 MEDICAL RELATIONS WITH THE COURTS OF LAW first is a harmless one The defending lawyer has ostenta- tiously arranged on the table m front of him a number of weighty medical tomes, freely flagged These books are not there to confute the witness, they are merely intended to fnghten him The lawyer himself knows nothing what- ever about their contents In one who is familiar with this trick it merely provokes a smile Less harmless are the following i Reading of passages from books apart from their context When a passage read out strikes a witness as curious, he should ask to see the book This he has a right to do 2 Asking a witness to find confirma- tion of some statement he has made, handing him a book on forensic medicine The witness naturally turns to the index.

The committee suggested improving sanitation, ensuring proper management of festivals, and developing hygienic conditions in institutions like hospitals, jails, and military cantonments. Considerable chapters are devoted to other aspects of legal medicine, including determination of death causation, legitimacy of evidence, incident of rape and unnatural offenses, miscarriage, infanticide, insanity, and the privileges of medical men.

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Lyon's Medical Jurisprudence for India, with Illustrative Cases

Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the worldand other notations in the work. Government Store Depots were established in Calcutta, Madras, Bombay, Mian Mir, and Rangoon. In 1857, the Indian Rebellion led to the transfer of administration of India to the Crown and different departments of civil services were developed.