Quarterly Journal of Inebriety, Volume 11

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Page 176 - Every husband, wife, child, parent, guardian, employer or other person who shall be injured in person or property or means of support by any intoxicated person, or in consequence of the intoxication...
Page 179 - The essay is to be accompanied by carefully prepared microscopic slides, which are to demonstrate clearly and satisfactorily the pathological conditions which the essay considers.
Page 281 - Inebriety," the sum of one hundred dollars is offered by Dr. LD Mason, vice-president of the society, for the best original essay on " The Pathological Lesions of Chronic Alcoholism Capable of Microscopic Demonstration.
Page 162 - Binet's researches and conclusions show, " that psychological phenomena begin among the very lowest classes of beings; they are met with in every form of life from the simplest cell to the most complicated organism.
Page 384 - ... pathological conditions which the essay considers. Conclusions resulting from experiments on animals will be admissible. Accurate drawings or micro-photographs of the slides are desired. The essay, microscopic slides, drawings, or micro-photographs, are to be marked with a private motto or iegend, and sent to the chairman of the committee on or before October I, 1890.
Page 162 - Romanes, who assigns the first appearance of the various psychical and mental faculties to different stages or periods in the scale of zoological development. To M. Binet there is an aggregate of properties which exclusively pertain to living matter, the existence of which is seen in the lowest forms of life as well as in the highest.
Page 302 - the ratio of insane to sane criminals is thirtyfour times as great as the ratio of lunatics to the whole population of England ; or, if we take half the population to represent the adults which supply the convict prisons, we shall have the criminal lunatics in excess in the high proportion of seventeen to one...
Page 161 - F6i6, and one of the most eminent representatives of the French School of Psychology, has presented in the above work the most important results of recent investigations into the world of Micro-Organisms. The subject is a branch of comparative psychology little known, as the data of this department of natural science lie scattered for the most part in isolated reports and publications, and no attempt has hitherto been made to collate and present them in a systematized form.
Page 188 - ... so confused that he is unable to understand the consequences or the nature of the act. Or, again, if conscious and able to understand the character and effects of the act, his will may be so paralyzed as to be powerless to resist the morbid impulse. Passing all this under review, it is most gratifying to scientific students of medical jurisprudence, to find a gradually increasing disposition in judge and jury to allow scientific discoveries to influence their judgments. Mr. Justice Day, for example,...
Page 217 - The explosive, unreasoning character of crime always points to mental unsoundnessand incapacity of control. A third group of criminals urge this statement of no memory, who, unlike the first group, are not imbeciles, generally. They are positive inebriates, drinking to excess, but not to stupor, who suddenly commit crime with the most idiotic coolness and indifference, never manifesting the slightest appreciation of the act as wrong, or likely to be followed by punishment. Crime committed by this...

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