Reply to the Physiological Subcommittee of the Committee of Fifty
KeywordsCommittee of Fifty for the Investigation of the Liquor Problem.
Alcoholism--Study and teaching
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Abstractpt. I. Concerning the public school instruction as to the physiological action of alcohol -- pt. II. Concerning experimental and other investigation regarding the physiological action of alcohol.
Mr. Gallinger presented the following reply to the Physiological Subcommittee of the Committee of Fifty, by Mrs. Mary H. Hunt, World and National Superintendent of Department of Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
"February 27, 1904.--Ordered to be printed."
"58th Congress, 2d Session. Senate. Document No. 171."
"Reported for adoption to the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 18, 1903, from the Bureau of Scientific Temperance Investigation."
"The action of the Massachusetts State Association of Congregational churches misascribed," signed: Chas. L. Morgan, Albert H. Plumb, Perley B. Davis,  p. at end.
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