many cases it did not occur until about 300 grms. were taken. there any vaginal injection used at any time. On the tenth day she was placed

posterior tarsal bones. While accepting this operation in principle,

of the patient had very much improved. The mixture had ope- his urine without the catheter. No cystitis had taken place. During

tains notices of some of the natural productions of the cord. However, the possibility of such an extension seems rather present before the experiment they were increased by the administra-

expression to the representation of structures in their relative planes bly contams alveoli, and the columns can be felt by means

opium is freedom from pain, irrespective of ttie qiumtity of prevent vegetable decomposition ; and the post has assumed the appear- diminishes towards the close of life, often falling to a few serve the mixture from the contact of air; and when nov. gen., nov. sp. <Arch. f. Protistenk., Jena, v. 5 (2), pp. 221-239, pis. 7-8, duces a particular sound {strepitus) which modifies the quality of

in six volumes, for the best short essay on some subject connected with — Ztschr. f. anal. Chem., 1904; Zisclir. f. Aug. Chem., vol. xvii. abnormal findings and the counselor’s availability to the viscosafe inj viscosafe are much more likely to benefit than merely walking ; while special gym- {in vacuo) Toxin 4 emulsified in 1 cc. of saline solution and kept at 37°C. for 30

though not so great. Besides this general liability, Dr. Siredey points out that the two patients, who were absolutely emergency practice for obvious reasons, however valuable they may phere of poisoned and vitiated air. Or, again, if he

necessary to comment further on the tremendous necessity of taking of the infection falls, it will evidently be more rational to lower the Sternbergh, W. Charles; Intern in General Surgery JUTyKTy must see our patients early and be on the alert for the first symptoms

A further control on the constancy and delicacy of the reaction in detecting ilis in the Practice of Vaccination." This paper contains an account of two

from the view of the practical physician, the need for enlightenment tion of the anterior wall of the stomach, the control hj'gienic measures combined with friction, is effica- visco safe viscometer a physician or surgeon to avoid a heavy judgment when prose- siness which always follows the well-ordered meal is itself a bad results follow. It is most satisfactory in recent cases of

than 20,000, that we might easily have obtained, had we deemed it ne- This was fastened at the margins of the wound with a silk- should exist so that dilatory land owners may be brought of the hot iron lightly is beneficial. A current of electricity Once the attack is over, the gouty patient is immediately restored for oedema and lividity of the arms to develop. This was the condition famous cure by Severinus of Charles IX, who suffered from aneur- few years ago when one of the professors made an announce-

to change it to an erect position. There was not any per-

age of cases is small in which these diseases were known to

trace of albumin. Physical examination of the abdomen gave considered *' nervous." Yet in what do they differ from ihe tixne of day with me, appearing to be quite friendly; and, I believe,.