On the Gratuitous, Compulsory Attendance of Indian Military Doctors in Ordinary Cases of Midwifery
A Staff Military Medical Officer of the Indian Army
*It is very clear to us that, under the circumstances noted, a fee ought to be given. It might be enforced. A Medical man would probably not be justified in declining to attend altogether, in any case in which his services were asked for.—Ed., I. M. G.