Here's a question about how everyone interprets Raise Dead. In Men & Magic, the description for Raise Dead tells us that the cleric merely points a finger at the corpse and it comes back to life. No mention of the need for the body to be intact, no mention of corpses killed by disease or poison still being affected by disease/poison when raised; the only restrictions are that halflings can't be raised and corpses can't have been dead for more than 4 days + 4 days/level above 8. There's a mention that low Con characters probably not reviving, but no Con loss.
So, if you're running OD&D and not a later edition, how many restrictions do you add above the basics given in the text? Do you dock a point of Con anyways? Do you require another save vs. poison or whatever else may have killed the character? Do you rule that a missing heart or head prevents Raising? Any other restrictions you add?