The Third Clause of the Cantonment Amendment Bill and the Indian Medical Congress

  • Jndian ptdital dazfliti
  • Published 2016 in The Indian medical gazette


One very important advantage which the first Indian Medical Congress can claim to have secured is the abandonment by the Secretary of State for India of the third clause of the Cantonment Bill. That clause rendered a medical officer who examined a prostitute compulsorily or periodically, for the purpose of ascertaining whether she was or was not suffering… (More)