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[Various reports / by W. Ramsay Smith]
Bib ID 2267178
Format BookBook
Author
South Australia. Central Board of Health
 
Description Adel., 1900-28 
5v. in 1. 
Full contents Report on bubonic plague. 1900. Report of inquiry regarding the occurrance and diphtheria in the districts of Crafters and Stirling. 1922. Report and minutes of evidence of an inquiry into commencing an offensive trade at Dry Creek. 1911. Report on the control of consumption in South Australia. 1911. Report of inquiry into cases of puerperal septicaemia at the Queen's Home, Rose Park. 1928. 

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