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Page 139 - Disinfection and Individual Prophylaxis against Infectious Diseases. By George M. Sternberg, MD, Major and Surgeon USA 8vo, 40 pp. Paper, 5 cents. No. 4. The Preventable Causes of Disease, Injury, and Death in American Manufactories and Workshops, and the Best Means and Appliances for Preventing and Avoiding Them.
Page 112 - Annals of Surgery," the only Fnglish journal published devoted exclusively to surgery, enters now upon its fourth year. Drs. LS Pilcher, of Brooklyn, NY, and CB Keetley, of London, England, are the chief editors, assisted by most all the able surgeons of this country as well as Europe, which is sufficient guarantee of the literary merits. We bespeak for it the co operation of the members of the profession who are interested in progressive surgery.
Page 199 - The officers of a cooperative shall consist of a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, who shall be elected annually by and from the board of trustees.
Page 240 - In accordance with the above, a committee has been appointed. Members of the profession who desire such an engraving accompanied by an autograph signature, should send their names and addresses to the Secretary of the Committee, Dr. Charles H. May, 640 Madison Avenue, New York City, at , once.
Page 133 - The American Institute of Homoeopathy will convene in its forty-first session and celebrate its forty-fourth anniversary at the International Hotel, Niagara Falls, New York, commencing Monday evening, June 25, and closing Friday noon, June 29. The local committee of arrangements has secured suitable rooms for the general and sectional meetings, as well as for committees, etc. The capacity and accommodations of the hotel are ample for all members and other physicians and their friends, who may be...
Page 336 - Hammond, the world-famous specialist in mind diseases, says: — " I am familiar with various systems for improving the memory, including, among others, those of Feinaigle, Gouraud, and Dr. Pick, and I have recently become acquainted with the system, in all its details and applications, taught by Professor Loisette.
Page 240 - They must be signed by a nom de plume, and be accompanied by a sealed envelope addressed with same nom de plume and enclosing the real name and address of the author. Three independent and capable judges will be selected to award the prizes : and the papers receiving them will be the property of the Journal offering the prizes. A circular giving fuller details can be obtained by application to Professor Harrington.
Page 336 - Loisette's system to be a new departure in the education of the memory and attention , and of very great value; that it being a systematic body of principles and methods, it should be studied as an entirety to be understood and appreciated: that a correct view of it cannot be obtained by examining isolated passages of it.
Page 134 - July 1, 1887, Transactions, p. 848. It is very desirable that all requests for statistical and other information, sent out by Dr. TF Smith, of New York, Chairman of the Bureau . of Organization, Registration and Statistics, should be responded to without the usual delay — a delay that always makes it difficult for him to complete his report in time for presentation to the Institute. Any physician having special knowledge of the life, labors and character of any Institute member, who has died during...