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Excerpt from NZMJ 1912 May:11(42):141-142.The officers of this Branch, and, to a lesser extent, those of the Divisions also, are constantly being faced with the fact that we have very few stated rules in respect to Ethical matters and still less any rules of procedure to such cases. What rules and regulations we have are generally mixed up with those governing the general procedure of meetings, etc., and are thus practically useless for our purpose. Now that the Branch is growing to fuller dimensions, and its responsibility and activities increasing correspondingly, it is very important that these matters should be attended to before an occasion arises which will forcibly emphasize their non-existence.

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Excerpt from NZMJ 1912 May:11(42):141-142.The officers of this Branch, and, to a lesser extent, those of the Divisions also, are constantly being faced with the fact that we have very few stated rules in respect to Ethical matters and still less any rules of procedure to such cases. What rules and regulations we have are generally mixed up with those governing the general procedure of meetings, etc., and are thus practically useless for our purpose. Now that the Branch is growing to fuller dimensions, and its responsibility and activities increasing correspondingly, it is very important that these matters should be attended to before an occasion arises which will forcibly emphasize their non-existence.

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Method

Results

Conclusion

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Excerpt from NZMJ 1912 May:11(42):141-142.The officers of this Branch, and, to a lesser extent, those of the Divisions also, are constantly being faced with the fact that we have very few stated rules in respect to Ethical matters and still less any rules of procedure to such cases. What rules and regulations we have are generally mixed up with those governing the general procedure of meetings, etc., and are thus practically useless for our purpose. Now that the Branch is growing to fuller dimensions, and its responsibility and activities increasing correspondingly, it is very important that these matters should be attended to before an occasion arises which will forcibly emphasize their non-existence.

Summary

Abstract

Aim

Method

Results

Conclusion

Author Information

Acknowledgements

Correspondence

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