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Page 297 - The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, or whither it goeth, so is every one that is born of the spirit.
Page 759 - They shall especially study the vital statistics of this State, and endeavor to make intelligent and profitable use of the collected records of death and sickness among the people. They shall make sanitary investigations and inquiries respecting the causes of disease, and especially of epidemics ; the causes of mortality, and the effects of localities, employments, conditions, ingesta, habits and circumstances on the health of the people...
Page 55 - Papers appropriate to the several sections, in order to secure consideration and action, must be sent -to the secretary of the appropriate section at least one month before the meeting which is to act upon them. It shall be the duty of the secretary to whom such papers are sent to examine them with care, and, with the advice of the chairman of his section, to determine the time and order of their presentation, and give due notice of the same.
Page 297 - That in view of the frequency of mental disorders among all classes and descriptions of people, and in recognition of the fact that the first care of nearly all these cases necessarily devolves upon physicians engaged in general practice, and this at a period when sound views of the disease and judicious modes of treatment are...
Page 75 - Meanwhile the Cardinal Ippolito, in whom all my best hopes were placed, being dead, I began to understand that the promises of this world are, for the most part, vain phantoms, and that to confide in one's self, and become something of worth and value, is the best and safest course.
Page 759 - Act, or required by the board. He shall keep a record of the transactions of the board; shall have the custody of all books, papers, documents, and other property belonging to the board, which may...
Page 756 - On Cultivation of the Cinchona Tree — Dr. Lemuel J. Deal, Pennsylvania, Chairman. On the Cryptogamic Origin of Disease with special reference to recent microscopic investigations on that subject — Dr.
Page 124 - ... or some officer or officers to be designated by law, of all their acts and doings, which report shall include such matters relating to railroads as may be prescribed by law, and the Legislative Assembly shall pass laws enforcing by suitable penalties the provisions of this section; Provided, the provisions of this section shall not be so construed as to apply to foreign corporations.
Page 229 - All questions of a personal character, including complaints and protests, and all questions on credentials, shall be referred at once, after the report of the Committee of Arrangements or other presentation, to the Judicial Council, and without discussion.
Page 298 - ... it is the unanimous opinion of this Association that in every school conferring medical degrees, there should be delivered, by competent professors, a complete course of lectures on insanity and on medical jurisprudence, as connected with disorders of the mind.