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" If a man knew that he was using medicines beyond his knowledge, and was meddling with things above his reach, that was culpable rashness. Negligence might consist in using medicines in the use of which care was required, and of the properties of which... "
Medical Times and Gazette - Página 287
1864
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Commentaries on the Criminal Law, Volumen2

Joel Prentiss Bishop - 1877
...medicines in the use of which care was required, and of the properties of which the person using them was ignorant. A person who so took a leap in the dark in the administration of medicine was guilty of gross negligence."8 Now, in the facts of human life, the less a man understands...
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The Law and Medical Men

Robert Vashon Rogers - 1884 - 214 páginas
...medicines in the use of which care was required, and of the properties of which the person using them was ignorant. A person who so took a leap in the dark...medicines, was guilty of gross negligence. If a man was wounded and another man applied to his wound sulphuric acid, or something which was of a dangerous...
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The American Law Register, Volumen24;Volumen33

1885
...illustration is further apparent from the fact that immediately thereafter he adds ani/tlier illustration : " If a man were wounded, and another applied to his...something which was of a dangerous nature and ought not to l>e applied and which led to fatal results, then the person who applied this remedy would be answerable,...
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The American Law Register, Volumen24;Volumen33

1885
...medicines iu the use of which care was required, and of the properties of whicli the person using them was ignorant. A person who so took a leap in the dark iu the administration of medicine was guilty of gross negligence :' " Rey. v. Marina*, 4 Fast. & Fin....
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Volumen48

1886
...care was required, and of the properties of which the person using them was ignorant. A person who took a leap In the dark in the administration of medicines, was guilty of gross negligence." The American cases can not be said to lay down BO stringent a rule as the foregoing English cases:...
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New Commentaries on the Criminal Law Upon a New System of Legal ..., Volumen2

Joel Prentiss Bishop - 1892
...medicines in the use of which care was required, and of the properties of which the person using them was ignorant. A person who so took a leap in the dark...administration of medicines was guilty of gross negligence." 1 Now, in the facts of human life, the less a man understands of anything occult, like the unseen workings...
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The Law in its relations to physicians

Arthur Nelson Taylor - 1900 - 550 páginas
...medicines in the use of which care was required, and of the properties of which the person using them was ignorant. A person who so took a leap in the dark in the administration of medicine was guilty of gross negligence." * Early American Policy. — The policy of the American courts,...
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A Selection of Cases Illustrative of English Criminal Law

Courtney Stanhope Kenny - 1901 - 544 páginas
...medicines in the use of which care was required, and of the properties of which the person using them was ignorant. A person who so took a leap in the dark...applied to his wound sulphuric acid, or something else which was of a dangerous character and ought not to be applied, and which led to fatal results,...
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A Text-book of Legal Medicine and Toxicology, Volumen2

Frederick Peterson, Walter Stanley Haines - 1904
...medicines in the use of which care was required and of the properties of which the person using them was ignorant. A person who so took a leap in the dark in the administration of medicine was guilty of gross negligence.'" Bishop then very characteristically and dogmatically observes...
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A Text-book of Legal Medicine and Toxicology, Volumen2

Frederick Peterson, Walter Stanley Haines - 1904
...medicines in the use of which care was required and of the properties of which the person using them was ignorant. A person who so took a leap in the dark in the administration of medicine was guilty of gross negligence.'" Bishop then very characteristically and dogmatically observes...
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