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DENTISTS AND ANESTHETICS. A report has been received by the council of the Royal College of Surgeons from a special committee, which has be a appointed to con- eider, certain proposals for legislation on the subject of minsestheties. The committee report that they have taken into consideration the caitclusionia adopted by the General Medical Council in reference to the Bill which wae introduced in the House of Commons in June last, and recommend the college council to concur with these conclu- sions, wtth the exception of that relating to the administration of anaesthetics by duly qualified dental practitioners. The committee state that, having regard to the fact that the services of a medical practitioner, with special experience in the administration of anaesthe- tics, and equipped with the necessary appli- ances, are often not available, they believe that it is not to the advantage of the, public, or of the medical profession, that dentists should be debarred from administering nitrous oxide gas, and the other anaesthetics to be specified in the Act as employable by them, for operations performed by duly qualified medical practitioners. The counci of the Royal College approved, and adopted the committee's report.

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