The Thompson Yates Laboratories Report. v. 4, Volume 4, Part 2

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University of Liverpool, 1902
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Page 367 - ... and station platforms shall call the attention of all violators of this ordinance to such notices. " And it shall be the duty of all persons or corporations manufacturing cigars or conducting the business of printing, where ten or more persons are employed...
Page 354 - ... area. The figure involves, nevertheless, considerable foreshortening about the top and bottom of sulcus centralis. The extent of the 'motor' area on the free surface of the hemisphere is indicated by the black stippling, which extends back to the sulcus centralis.
Page 367 - At a meeting of the Board of Health, March 23, 1899, the regulation dated October 13, 1896, respecting spitting in street cars, was amended so as to read as follows : "The Board of Health hereby adjudges that the deposit of sputum in public places is a nuisance, source of filth and cause of sickness, and hereby orders : That spitting upon the floor, platform or steps of any railroad, or railway station, car, public building, hall, church, theatre, market or any sidewalk immediately connected with...
Page 491 - It is incontestable that Dr. Charles Finlay of Havana, was the first to undertake direct experiments to substantiate his ideas of the part played by the mosquito in the transmission of yellow fever. His method was to feed mosquitoes upon yellow fever patients (not later than the sixth day), and then after an interval of from forty-eight hours to four or five days to allow then to feed upon susceptible persons ; the idea was to produce a slight attack of the fever in order to produce immunity".
Page 367 - Every person as aforesaid violating any of the provisions of any section of this article wherein a penalty is not provided shall, on conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than one dollar nor more than forty dollars for each offense.
Page 351 - It also enters into the whole length of the sulcus centralis, with the usual exception of its extreme lower tip and its extreme upper tip. In all the animals examined, we have found the "motor" area not to at any point extend behind sulcus centralis.
Page 354 - motor" area is hidden 1n sulci; for instance, the area extends into the sulc. centralis and the sule, preccntrales^ also into occasional sulci which cross the precentral gyrus. The names printed large on the stippled area indicate the main regions of the "motor " area; the names printed small outside the brain, indicate broadly by their pointing lines the relative topography of some of the chief subdivisions of the main regions of the " motor
Page 359 - Though the important question whether man is susceptible to bovine tuberculosis at all is not yet absolutely decided, and will not admit of absolute decision to-day or to-morrow, one is nevertheless already at liberty to say that, if such a susceptibility really exists the infection of human beings is but a very rare occurrence.
Page 507 - Some of the microorganisms present in the dejecta of yellow-fever patients, as shown by stained smear preparations, have not developed in the cultures made, either aerobic or anaerobic. One extremely slender filiform bacillus, which can only be seen with high powers and which is quite abundant in some of my preparations, has never been obtained in the cultures made, and no doubt there are others in the same category. That the yellow-fever germ is a strict anaerobic, or that it will only grow in a...
Page 352 - Feeble reactions can occasionally, under certain circumstances, be provoked by strong faradization behind the sulcus centralis, but these are equivocal, and appear under conditions that exclude their acceptance as equivalent to ' motor-area ' reactions. On the mesial surface of the hemisphere the ' motor ' area has extended less far down than was expected. It has not extended to the calloso-marginal fissure. Certain areas near that fissure have yielded us movements, eg, of shoulder, body, wrist,...

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