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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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The Criminal Code and the Law of Criminal Evidence in Canada: Being an ...

W. J. Tremeear - 1908 - 1030 páginas
...of a dangerous nature." ie. dangerous to life. Cf. R. v. Coventry (1898), 3 Can. Cr. Cas. 541. But if a man were wounded, and another 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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The Canada Law Journal, Volumen38

1902
...the wound either from bad faith or by negligence. B dies of the poison. C, and not A, has killed B. " If a man were wounded, and another 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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American law reports annotated, Volumen9

1920
...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." In Reg. v. Chamberlain (1867) 10 Cox, CC (Eng.) 486, where a herbalist gave arsenical ointment to a...
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Cases on Criminal Law

1923
...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. . . .He left it to the jury to say whether on the evidence the deceased had died from natural causes,...
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The Medical Circular: A Journal of Practical Medicine ..., Tema 15084,Volumen24

1864
...dangerous medicines, which should be carefully used, of the properties of which he was ignorant, or now to administer a proper dose. A person who with ignorant...medicines was guilty of gross negligence. If a man was wounded and another applied to his wound sulphuric acid or something which was of a dangerous nature...
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A Selection of Cases Illustrative of English Criminal Law

Courtney Stanhope Kenny - 1928 - 548 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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American Law Reports Annotated, Volumen9

1920
...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." In Reg. v. Chamberlain (1867) 10 Cox, CC (Eng.) 486, where a herbalist gave arsenical ointment to a...
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