The Illinois Medical Journal, Volume 9

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Illinois State Medical Society, 1906 - Medicine
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1906 schedule for Illinois, including McCormack's pre-visit letters to societies . Complete description of AMA BoT controversy


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Page 478 - We see dimly in the present what is small and what is great. Slow of faith, how weak an arm may turn the iron helm of fate, But the soul is still oracular; amid the market's din List the ominous stern whisper from the Delphic cave within: 'They enslave their children's children who make compromise with sin.
Page 405 - an engineer, but he is all. Man is priest, and scholar, and statesman, and producer, and soldier. In the divided or social state these functions are parceled out to individuals, each of whom aims to do his stint of the joint work while each other performs his. The fable implies that the individual
Page 34 - year, or in corresponding classes of ungraded schools, shall be taught and shall study this subject every year from suitable text-books in the hands of all pupils, for not less than four lessons a week for ten or more weeks of each year, and must pass the same tests in this as in other studies.
Page 34 - law provides that the nature of alcoholic drinks and other narcotics and their effects on the human system shall be taught in connection with the various divisions of physiology and hygiene, as thoroughly as are other branches, in all schools under state control or supported wholly or in part by public money, and also in all schools connected with reformatory institutions.
Page 631 - understood, however, that owing to the fact that it is impracticable to formulate rules covering every case, and to designate at just what stage a process becomes loathsome, or a disease noxious, the final disposition of all those not specifically covered by these
Page 34 - In all normal schools, teachers' training classes and teachers' institutes, adequate time and attention shall he given to instruction in the best methods of teaching this branch, and no teacher shall be licensed who has not passed a satisfactory examination in this subject and the best methods of teaching it.
Page 405 - fable that the gods in the beginning divided man into men, that he might be more helpful to himself, just as the hand is divided into fingers,
Page 358 - Thou unrelenting past, Strong are the barriers round thy dark domain. And fetters sure and fast, .. Hold all that enter thy unbreathing reign. For in thy realm withdrawn, Old empires sit in sullenness and gloom, And glorious ages gone, Lie deep within the shadow of thy womb. Full many a mighty name Lurks in thy depths, unuttered, unrevered, With thee are silent fame, Forgotten arts and wisdom disappeared.
Page 147 - been my delight these thirty years and from them I have received incalculable benefits. To study the phenomena of disease without books is to sail the uncharted sea. while to study books without patients is not to go to sea at all. To be of real value there must be a general and continuous use; the books must be made available and their use attractive. What exsuccous
Page 34 - for students below high-school grade such text-books shall give at least one-fifth their space, and for students of high-school grade, shall give not less than twenty pages to the nature and effects of alcoholic drinks and narcotics. The

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