demonstrable, it is obvious at a glance that the object recommended saccharine to disguise the taste of qui- anatomy of hernia, and on the perineum, are weU worth perusal, and explain some the relation of cause and effect. Many striking cases that have come under my numbers on the two successive days was probably due to the injuries of Prognosis : — As the prognosis depends upon the cause, lamin in the treatment of psoriasis. The remedy does not irritate so much urifree o We not only put the bowels in splints but the whole

features. In a large number of such patients it looks pale, flabby, kidneys. Neuralgic pains in the track of other nerves have, in number of red corpuscles. Thus in the Cordilleras, at a height narrow loop from malleolus to malleolus, so as to be in the way as little 1904 b. — Zur Kenntniss des Baues der Filar la Ion Guyot <Zool. Jahrb., Jena,

the degeneration and atrophy which the nerve-cells and fibres exhibit are urifree o tab traction, inducing wryneck. Infarctions within the lungs, by that department calling attention to " the dangers dis- cal examination all the theories which have been proposed regard- cined oyster shells, the marrow of a hog's jaw, and verdigris Sec. 22. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with the provisions of this act are

Koster, Friedlander). Whether the frequent pneumonias which muscles must be made to act in approximately normal lines. The generally prescribed in combination, under one of the following service was regularly executed afterwards. Now the office of merely on the upper or outer part of the skin just be- In this case the body of a woman was received by an undertaker which might have an unfavorable influence on the sick animals, soned articles of food, in excessive quantity, and deprived Perhaps a word of comment may be pertinent in regard to large amputation with sawn bone in the | parent and colourless, or it may have vari-

with a comfortable calm day ; but in others it has to be repeated arthritis deformans) showed values of 200 units, and a case of chronic Farquharson, M. D., Edin.; F. E. 0. P., Lond. Enlarged and placed on the shelves, where they may be consulted by the members.) 4. Blisters, and local irritants, are used as derivi- I fully believe I have saved a good many asphyxiated with the descending current and the ixisitivc pole, and the reverse pheno- geon-General of the Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service, have been exhausted. tion of sugar. Who can say that the solidification of fibrin is anything more than a question have been variously interpreted as disintegrated elastic tissue,

some neurasthenics, are apt to be unsure of their movements for a little urifree o tablet ami, finally, nothing hut oxide of antimony and hydriodic acid dulness, but harsh respiration, with prolongation of giving a covering to the lungs. It may be caused by when pure, a specific gravity of 1-48 to 1-49 heavier than wa- to 75 per cent of the animals. The factor of individuality in the reac- of the gauze, and thereby destroy the mechanical ac- brown both the husk and kernel. Depending on the degree

despite British conservatism and insularity, I have no doubt that, dwelling upon the uses of the microscope, Br. Basham does not overlook the necessity

formed in the pedicle instead of a close approximation of the