Medical News, Volume 56

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Henry C. Lea's Son & Company, 1890 - Medicine
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Page 105 - The safest mode of remittance is by bank check or postal money order, drawn to the order of the undersigned. Where these are not accessible, remittances for the "JOURNAL" may be made at the risk of the publisher, by forwarding in REGISTERED letters.
Page 110 - No person or association shall establish or keep an asylum, institution, house or retreat for the care, custody, or treatment of the insane or persons of unsound mind, for compensation or hire...
Page 162 - The editorial committee shall decide whether — and to what extent — these written contributions shall be included in the printed transactions of the congress. The members who have taken part in the discussions will be requested to hand over to the secretaries, before the end of the day, in writing, the substance of their remarks.
Page 318 - Electricity in the Diseases of Women. WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE APPLICATION OF STRONG CURRENTS.
Page 190 - April, 1894, for the examination of candidates for appointment to the Medical Corps of the United States Army, to fill existing vacancies. Persons desiring to present themselves for examination by the board will make application to...
Page 408 - Tenth of August, there is to be an International Medical and Scientific Exhibition. The exhibits will be of an exclusively scientific nature, as follows : New or improved scientific instruments and apparatuses for biological and strictly medical purposes, inclusive of apparatuses for photography and spectral analysis, as far as applicable to medicine. New objects and preparations in pharmacological chemistry and pharmacy. New foods. New or improved instruments subservient to any of the departments...
Page 162 - Vice-Presidents, and of a number — as yet undetermined — of Honorary Presidents and Secretaries. At the first meeting of each Section a President and certain number of Honorary Presidents shall be elected ; these latter shall conduct the business of the Sections in turn with the Presidents. On account of the different languages employed, a suitable number of Secretaries shall be chosen from among the foreign members. The duties of the foreign Secretaries shall be confined to the sittings of the...
Page 162 - The Congress shall consist of legally qualified medical men who have inscribed themselves as members and have paid for their card of membership. Other men of science who interest themselves in the work of the Congress may be admitted as extraordinary members.
Page 375 - Breslau, finds that no less than 72 per cent, of all who become blind during the first year of life are rendered so by purulent ophthalmia; and even of those who become blind before the twentieth year of life, it constitutes as much as 23.50 per cent.
Page 408 - August, 1890, there is to be an International Medical and Scientific- Exhibition. The exhibits will be of an exclusively scientific • nature, as follows : New or improved scientific instruments and apparatuses for biological and strictly medical purposes, inclusive of apparatuses for photography...

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