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Ménières' Disease, The Myth and Mystery of, G. M. Gould-123, Oct. 31, p. 745.

Adenoids, D. A. Strickler-174g, Oct., p. 340. Antrum, Ethmoid and Sphenoid, Submucous Resection of Lateral Nasal Wall in Chronic Empysema of, R. B. Canfield-79, Oct. 3, p. 1136.

Middle Ear and Its Contents, Two Points in
the Development of, T. Guthrie-84a,
Oct., p. 541.
Middle-ear Suppuration, W. S. Bryant-150,
Oct. 17, p. 727.

Otitis interna, Acute, with Case, E. R. Stillman-123, Oct. 3, p. 568.

Otitis Media, Acute Suppurative, Pathology and Treatment of, B. D. Sibley-140b, Oct., p. 105.

Otitis Media, Acute, Surgical Treatment of,
V. A. Chapman-86b, Oct., p. 477.
Otitis Media Suppurativa Acuta, Increase in

Specific Gravity of Pus in, as Indication
for Opening Mastoid, and Errors Con-
nected with Hammerschlag's Method, P.
T. Hald-24a, Oct., p. 370.

Otitis, Scarlatinal, Course and Treatment

of (Ueber das Vorkommen und die Behandlung der Scharlachotitis), Nager56a, Sept. 15, p. 592.

Otology and Rhinology, Progress of, During Third and Fourth Quarters of 1907, A. Hartmann-24a, Oct., p. 401.

Otology, Progress of, During Second Quarter of 1907, A. Hartmann-24a, June-Aug., p. 295. Respirometer, Improvements of, and Its Disinfection, C. A. Bucklin-24a, Oct., p. 365. Sinus Thrombosis; Case Following Removal of Granulation Tissue from Middle Ear; Excision of Internal Jugular Vein; Recovery, E. B. Dench-24a, June-Aug., p. 211.

Sinus Thrombosis, Otitic, and Pyæmia, G. Alexander-24a, June-Aug., p. 230. Temporal Bone, Points in Surgical Anatomy of, Bearing on Spread and Cure of Suppuration, A. H. Cheatle-24a, Oct., p. 343.

Thrombosis, Septic, of Cavernous Sinus Fol

lowing Radical Mastoid Operation on Seventh Day; Case, with Autopsy, J. A. Stucky-84a, Oct., p. 529. Thrombus, Do Not Remove the, F. Voss24a, June-Aug., p. 217.


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Perfected Curette, F. G. Stubbs-98, Sept., p. 719.

Asthma and Hay Fever, Colorado and, W. T. Little-58, Oct., p. 153. Bronchoscope, Killian's, Removal of Pin from Trachea with, C. Graef-174, Oct., p. 871.

Climate of North and Northwest in Etiologic and Therapeutic Relation to Diseases of Nose, Throat and Ear, C. N. Spratt-98, Sept., p. 709.

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Hay Fever, Surgical Treatment of (Un traitement chirurgicale de l'asthma des foins), Bourgeois-174d, Sept. 19, p. 457. Hay Fever, Treatment of, Especially with Alcohol Injections (Die Behandlung des Heufiebers, besonders mit alkoholinjektionen), Stein-91c, Aug. 24, p. 910. Inspiratory Speech (Ueber inspiratorisches Sprechen), Reinking-213, LVI, 3, p. 240. Intranasal and Naso-pharyngeal Interventions, Results of, in Affections of Respiratory Passages (Résultats des interventions endonasales et naso-pharyngées dans les affections des voies respiratoires), Rouvillois-174d, Aug. 22, p. 409. Laryngitis, Tuberculous, Prognosis and Treatment of, F. M. Pottenger - 35a, Oct., p. 333.

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Housing Problem, T. Coffey-35a, Oct., p.

Incision, Legal Aspect of an, H. J. Kreutz-
mann-35a, Oct., p. 344.

Latest Verdict of

Science on, J. H. Kellogg-45, Oct. 3,
p. 381.
Alcohol Question, The (Zur Alkohol Frage),
Flade-73b, Sept. 1, p. 1025.

Alcoholic Problem, Medical Side of, T. D.
Crothers-202, Oct. 23, p. 321.

Antiformin in the Destruction of Tubercle
Bacilli in Sputum, Stools, etc. (Antifor-
min zur Anreicherung der Tuberkelba-
cillen im Auswurf, Stuhl, u. s. w.), Hüne
-73b, Sept. 15, p. 1090.
Antituberculosis Program, The; Co-ordina-
tion of Preventive Measures, R. W.
Philip-28, Oct. 22, p. 523.

Dairy Hygiene, Development of, R. A. Pear-
son-167, Sept., p. 567.

Diet, Life and Death of (Continued), A. E.
Gibson-59, Oct., p. 594.

Disinfection in Worms (Desinfektionspraxis
in der Stadt Worms), Fertig-217, Sept.
5, p. 612.

Disinfection, Variation in Rate of, with
Change in Concentration of Disinfectant,
H. E. Watson-83b, Sept., p. 536.

Doctor and His Relation to Society, J. C.
Olmsted-26, Oct., p. 183.

Dressing, Rational, in Tropical Regions, E.
K. Johnstone-165, Oct., p. 599.

Drinking Water of Steamships, The, Ruffer
and Willmore-83b, Sept., p. 504.

Education, Modern Methods of, and Their
Effects on the Health of the Race, G.
H. Hoxie-31, Oct., p. 367.

Epidemic in California, a Peculiar, J. Man-
son-114, Oct., p. 379.

Expert Medical Testimony, J. J. McEvoy-
60, Oct., p. 397.

Expert or Opinion Testimony, F. M. Floyd---
178, Sept., p. 28.

Female Labor as a Factor in Social Life, A.
L. Benedict-151, Oct., p. 289.

Flies as Carriers of B. Typhosus, E. Klein-

29, Oct. 17, p. 1150.

Food and Drug Adulteration, Medical and
Legal Significance, T. Darlington-32,
Oct., p. 132.

Goat's Milk, Ed.-126, Oct., p. 769.
Health Bureau Work, G. B. Jenkins - 17,
Oct., p. 448.

Health Inspection Work, Need and Value of,
L. A. Jones-150, Oct. 24, p. 791.
High Birth-rate Questioned, W. H. Thomp-
son-114, Oct., p. 380.

Hospital, a Modern, Evolution of, R. E.
Coughlin-148, Oct., p. 447.

Hospital Construction, A. J. Ochsner-73c,
Oct., p. 450.

Malaria in Greece (Malaria in Griechen-
land), R. Rose-154, Sept., p. 159.
Malpractice from the Doctor's Standpoint, J.
Ashley-125, Oct., p. 340.

Marriage and Disease (Krankheiten und
Ehe), Weiss-68a, July, p. 243.

Medical Expert Testimony on Insanity,
Present Status of; A Plea for Corrective
Legislation, C. D. Studley-207b, Sept.,
p. 171.

Medical Inspection in Public Schools as Con-
tributing to Health and Efficiency, T. F.
Harrington-77b, Oct., p. 60.

Medical Profession, Duties of, to Public, M.
A. Starr-123, Oct. 10, p. 605.
Medico-legal Duties of the Alienist, J. R.
Horner-68, Oct., p. 736.

Milk and Its Relations to Infectious Dis-
eases, J. W. Trask-79, Oct. 31, p. 1491.
Milk Bacteria, Effect of Heat Upon, M. J.
Rosenau-167, Sept., p. 549.

Milk, Clean, Recent Campaign for, in Balti-
more, J. H. M. Knox, Jr.-167, Oct., p.

Milk, Comparison of Practical Methods for
Determining Bacterial Content of,
Heinemann and Glenn-83, Oct. 20, p.

Mines, Sanitation of, F. Shufflebotham-95,
Sept. 26, p. 933.

National Medical Service, or Department of
Public Health, Proposal for a, S. G.
Evans-79b, Oct., p. 272..

Outdoor Life for Prevention and Cure of
Disease, P. Paquin-26, Oct., p. 219.
Permanganates, An Attempt to Rehabilitate

the, E. C. Bonsfield-95, Oct. 10, p. 1078.
Physicians Must Be Sociologists; Their Ob

ligation to One Another and to Society,
W. L. Estes-168, Oct., p. 3.

Plague Preventers, Cats as, A. Buchanan-
29, Oct. 24, p. 1231.

Poor-law Child, the Ailing, The Future of,
B. C. Kelly-29, Oct. 17, p. 1150.
Postoffice Sanatorium Movement, C. H. Gar-
land-95, Oct. 17, p. 1164.
Preventive Medicine in Panama, F. Treves---
75, Oct., p. 138.

Prostitution, Police Methods of Sanitary Su-
pervision, H. P. DeForest-152, Oct., p.

Public Health Administration in England
Compared with that in the United
States, A. Raivgli-182, Oct., p. 408.
Public Health, National Department of, in
Relation to the Anti-tuberculosis Prob-
lem, C. A. L. Reed-45, Oct. 10, p. 409.

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Sexual and Moral Prophylaxis, How Shall
We Advise Our Boys on Question of?
F. R. Sturgis-114, Oct., p. 368.
Social Evil, The, H. A. Whitmarsh
Oct., p. 438.


State's Duty to Citizens from Medical Standpoint, J. A. McComb-85c, Oct., p. 235. Tropical Climate, Effects of, on White Race, W. A. Wickline-79b, Oct., p. 282. Tropical Diseases and the Mississippi Valley, G. Dock-45, Oct. 17, p. 449. Tuberculosis, Bovine, and Certified Milk, H. Moak-100c, Oct., p. 373.

ANAPHYLAXIS, Studies on Chemistry of,

H. G. Wells-83c, Oct. 20, p. 449. Anatomy, What Is a Practical Examination in? D. L. Tasker-35a, Oct., p. 329.

B. Coli, Rate of Multiplication of, at Various Temperatures, M. A. Barber-83c, Oct. 20, p. 379.

Tuberculosis, Colorado-born, C. F. Gardiner -58, Oct., p. 149. Tuberculosis, Features of Crusade Against, in New York City, N. G. Seymour-123, Oct. 24, p. 700.

B. Melitensis, Morphology of (Contributo allo studio della morfologia del B. Melitensis), Amato-74c, Aug. 23, p. 1061. Colloid Solutions, Physical Chemistry of, W. W. Taylor-88a, July, p. 103. Diphtheria Groups of Bacilli, Variability in the, H. M. Goodman-83c, Oct. 20, p. 421.


Diphtheria in the Wood Pigeon, Observations Indicating that Recent Outbreaks of, Is Caused by a "Filter-passer," Dean and Marshall-88a, July, p. 29.

Education, The Physician and, C. S. Mangum-41, Oct., p. 239.

Hæmolytic Factors in Milk, Presence of, J. E. Lane-Claypon-88a, July, p. 34. Hæmolytic Reactions in Cases of Human Cancer, R. Weil-80a, Oct., p. 281.

Tuberculosis, The Popular Lecture in the Crusade Against, S. A. Knopf-150, Oct. 31, p. 826.

Typhoid, Age of the Struggle Against (Ancienneté de la lutte antityphoïdique), Bonnette-64a, Aug. 20, p. 1122.

Typhoid Fever, Responsibilities of Munici-
palities in Ohio Valley for Epidemics
of, W. F. Dutton-79, Oct. 31, p. 1496.
Vaccine, Calf, Influence of Temperature and
Other Physical Conditions Upon, A. B.
Green 83b, Sept., p. 525.
Vaccinia, Immunity Against, in Animals, A.
B. Green-83b, Sept., p. 521.

Vital Statistics, E. S. Godfrey-185, Oct., p. 465.

Water, Drinking, Disinfection of, by H2O2 (Die Trinkwasser desinfektion durch Wasserstoff superoxyd), Reichtel 215, LXI, 1, p. 49.

Women, Place of, in Modern Business World as Affecting Home Life, the Marital Relation, Health, Morality and the Future of the Race, Lobingier, Bulkley, Bridge and others-31, Oct., p. 335.

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Medical Hospitals, Public Medicine and Studies, T. C. Allbutt-95, Oct. 10, p. 1055.

International Classification, Its Advantages, Defects and Deficiencies, C. L. Wilbur—150, Oct. 3, p. 633.

Lipoids, The (Les lipoïdes), Iscovesco 174c, Aug. 29, p. 553.

Liquid Air, Resistance of Embryonic Epithe

lium, Transplantable Mouse Cancer and Certain Organisms to Freezing with, H. R. Gaylord-83c, Oct. 20, p. 443. Medical Advance, Currents and Counter-currents in, A. R. Elliott-45, Oct. 17, p. 445.

Medical Education, 50 Years of, A. Macalister-29, Oct. 3, p. 957. Medical Education, Higher, E. R. Anthony-26, Oct., p. 216.

Medical Paris, Observations in, A. L. Benedict-4, Oct., p. 1313.

Medical School, American, and Its Entrance Requirements, D. S. Jordan-35a, Oct., p. 341.

Medical School, The First American, J. J. Walsh-150, Oct. 10, p. 681.

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Science, Recent Advances in, and Their Bearing on Medicine and Surgery, P. Manson-95, Oct. 3, p. 991.

Arsenic in Diseases of Skin, with Observations on Sodium Cacodylate and Atoxyl, M. B. Hartzell-79, Oct. 31, p. 1482. Baths, Balsam Sulphur, Action of, H. Jacobi -196a, Oct., p. 109.

Sera, Normal, Alexine Absorption and Antagonistic Power of (L'absorption de l'alexine et le pouvoir antagoniste des serums normaux), Bordet and Gay-18i, Aug. 25, p. 625.

Serum, Normal, Bactericidal Action of, Muir and Browning-88a, July, p. 76.

Stain, Triple, A New and Rapid, V. Bonney -88a, July, p. 74.

Stercobilin (De la stercobiline), Gilbert and Herscher-174c, Aug. 26, p. 545. Therapeutics, Post-graduate School of 4, Oct., p. 1377.

Thymus, Physiology of the (Sur la physiologie du thymus), Schaeffer-174d, Sept. 26, p. 469.


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Baths, Warm, Influence of, on Viscosity of Blood (Der einfluss warmer Bäder auf die Viskosität des Blutes), Hess-207, Sept. 20, p. 595. Bothrops Lanceolatus, E. Fornias-72, Oct., p. 436.

Bier Treatment of Acute Infection, with Cases, A. E. Palmer-178, Oct., p. 68. Bier's Passive Congestion Treatment in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Tubercle, Sepsis and Other Conditions, A. W. Wakefield -174a, Oct., p. 566; Nov., p. 654. Cardiac Tonics, Indications and Contraindications, with Special Reference to Digitalis, T. H. Stucky-33, Sept., p. 97. Cataphoresis, M. W. Peyser-6, Oct., p. 425. Chromium Sulphate, Uses of, in Medicine.

L. Kolipinski-200, Sept., p. 468. Climate of Colorado Etiologically and Ther apeutically Considered, J. A. Patterson -98, Sept., p. 705.

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