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Detroit, Mich.
ABRAHAMS, ROBERT, M.

D.. New York City
ACHARD, H. J., M. D., Chi-
cago, 111.
BAINES, ALLEN. M. D.,
Toronto, Canada
BASSL.ER, ANTHONY, M. D..

New York City
BECK, JOSEPH C, M. D.,

Chicago, 111.
BEVERIDOE, J. WALLACE,

M. D., New York City
BISSELL, DOUGAL, M. D.,

New York City
BROTHERS, A., M. D., New
Ydrk City

CAMPBELL, GEORGE A.,
M. D., Toronto, Canada

CAMPBELL, H. J., M. D., P.
R. C. P., Bradford, Eng.

CAUTLEY, EDMUND, M. D.,
Cantah., P. R C. P., (Lon-
don), London, Eng.

COLLINS, JOSEPH, M. D.,
New York City

CRUTCHER, HOWARD, M.
D., Roswell, N. M.

DIXON, THOMAS. M. D.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
DRESBACH, WILLIAM, M.

D.. Ithaca, N. Y.
DRUSKIN, S. J., M. D., New

York City
DRUECK, CHAS. J., M. D.,
Chicago, 111.

EDOERTON, B. S., M. D.,
Pittsburg. Pa.
ELLIOTT. J. H.. M. B., To-
ronto. Canada
FERGUSON, • WM., M. D.,
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FISCHER, LOUIS, M. D., New

York City
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FRANK, ROBERT T.. A. M.,

M. D.. New York City
FREEMAN, ROWLAND GOD-
FREY, M. D., New York
FRENCH. J. M., M. D., Mil-
ford, Mass.
FUCHS, ALBERT P., Loyal,
Wis.

GABRIEL, M. S.. M. D.,
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GALLOWAY, D. H., M. D..
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S. A., Washington, D. C.
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treal, Canada
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D., Toronto, Canada
HOAG, WARD BRYANT, M.

D., New York City
HODGETTS, CHARLES A.,

M. D., D. P. H., L. R. C. P.

(Lond.), Ottawa, Canada
HOGSETT, S. FULLER, M.

D., Pittsburg, Pa.
HOLMES, BAYARD, M. D.,

Chicago, 111.
HOLT, L. EMMETT, M. D.,

New York City
HOUGHTON, H. SEYMOUR,

M. D., New York City

JACOBI, A., M. D., LL. D.,
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JOHNSTON. HARDEE, A. B..
M. D., Birmingham. Ala.

KELYNACK, T. N., M. D.,
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L. R. C. P., New York City
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New York City

LANGMEAD, FREDERICK,
M. D.. F. R. C. P., Lon-
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LEDERLE. ERNEST J., Ph.
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MCDONALD. ARCHIBALD,
A. B.. M. D., Duluth,
Minn.
MCDONALD. ELLICE, M. D..
New York City

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New York City.
NASMITH, GEORGE G., Ph.

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York City
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lalnd

PISEK, GODFREY R., M. D.,
New York City

PRITCHARD, ERIC, M. A.,
M. D., (Oxon.) M. R. C. P.,
(London), London. Eng.

QUIMBY, A. J., M. D..
New York City

ROBINSON, WM. J., M. D.,
New York City
ROSE, A., M. D., New York
ROTTER, OSCAR, M. D., New
York City

SAPHIR, J. P., M. D., New
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City
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M. D., New York City
SHIRMER, OTTO, M. D.,

New York City
SILL, E. MATHER, M. D.,

New York City
SMART, ISABELLE THOMP-
SON, M. D., New York City
STARR, CLARENCE L„ M.

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STEKEL, WILHELM, M. D..

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STOUTENBURGH, A. J., M.

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SON, M. S., M. D.. New
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WALKER. J. T. AINSLIE,
P. R. S. M., P. C. S.,

New York City
WATKINS, ROBERT L.. M.

D., New York City
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M. D.. New York City
WESSLER, H., M. D., New

York City
WIGHTMAN, ORRIN S., B.

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WILLIAMS, B. G. R., M. D.,

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FEBRUARY— Pages 68 to

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MARCH— Pages 130 to 195,

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JULY— Pages 454 to 506, in

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AUGUST— Pages 506 to 558,

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SEPTEMBER— Pages 558 to

626, inclusive
OCTOBER— Pages 626 to 694.

inclusive
NOVEMBER— Pages 694 to

768, inclusive
DECEMBER— Pages 768 to

836, inclusive

Ability, arithmetical, lim-
ited, of the average
man, 341

Abrahams, Robert, 183

Accident, public insurance
against, and disease, 136
record, our dreadful, 70

Achard, H. J.. Ill

Adulteration, food, 627

Advertisements, honest. Jour-
nalistic responsibility for,
704
medical, in medical jour-
nals, 704

Agitators, social, harm done
by, 511

Air, superheated, in diphthe-
ria, 558

Albuminuria and diseased
tonsils — Baines k Camp-
bell. 410

Alcohol and industrial eco-
nomics, 619
confirming the new view

of. 459
medication — Jacob!, 575
treatment of bums, 692

Alcoholic psychosis and psy-
chopathic drinkers — ^Wil-
liams, 104

Alcoholism and the birth
rate. 120

Alsberg, Dr., these men en-
dorsed, 10

Aluminum for kitchen pur-
poses, increasing use of,
279

Alveolar is. septic pyorrhea,
with joint Involvement —
Goldberg, 815

Amberg. Emil. 302

Amblyopia, tobacco not whol-
ly to blame for, 336

American Medicine gold med-
al. 512

Americans decadent? is the
old stock of, 1



INDEX.

Anesthesia, locaJ operations
upon the rectum under —
Saphir, 106
rectal, 829
spinal, 836

Anesthetics, some rules for
the use of, 694

Ankylostomiasis, treatment
of, 834

Announcement, important, 639

Antiseptics, standardization
of, 318
standardization of, recent
editorial on the, 515

Apology, an, 206

Appendicitis, 624
cheese as a cause of, 564

Army canteen, 3

Arsenic and mercury, germi-
cidal power of, 705

Arsenobenzol in the local
treatment of chancre and
other lesions, 682

Arteriosclerosis, remarks on
— Nascher, 531

Arthritic patients, what can
be done for the relief of
our — Stoutenburgh, 259

Arthritis deformans, pathol-
ogy of, 764

Asepsis, medical, 551

Asparagus, recent analysis of,
324

Asthma, treatment of, 690

Atropine, and strangulated
hernia, 124

Auto-intoxication as a cause
of mental disease, 500

Attack, expected, 566

Babies, effect of pasteuriza-
tion of milk on, 193
prize, what will become of
these? 569

Bacillus, the Friedmann, 320

Bacllluria, colon, nature of,
561

Baines, Allen, 410

Balkan war, medical experi-
ences in the, 14

Bassler, Anthony, 485

Bath and its hygienic import-
ance, 83

Beaumont, Dr. William, 139

Beck, Joseph C, 209

Benzoate of soda controversy,
74

Beverages, alcoholic, increas-
ing consumption of, 632
alcoholic, ultimate effect of
our increasing use of, 633

Beveridge, J. Wallace, 711

Bichloride poisoning, to pre-
vent, 832

Birth rate, 128
rate, alcoholism and the,

120
registration, 683

Bismuth meal, uses and ap-
plication of, in study of
Intestinal stasis — Quim-
by, 237



poisoning, symptoms of,
123

Bissell, Dougal, 496

Bladder complication, caesar-
ean section with unusual
recovery — Crutcher, 114
troubles in pregnancy — a
cystoscopic study based
on 54 cases: (chapter 10)
— ^McDonald, 180

Blond unfitness for city life,
332

Blood, blue— Watklns, 537
detecting occult, in gastric

cases, 764
microcytes in — Watkins,

819
pressure, high, treatment

of cases of, 323
pressure, organic high, dis-
tinction between func-
tional and, 697
pressure readings, import-
ance of differential, 697

Boils, treatment of, 693

Bone, transplantation of, in
treatment of fractures,
126

Bones and joints, tuberculo-
sis of— Starr, 472

Boric acid scandal will not
down, 696

Boys, to keep the streets
clean, 565

Brain, large, 759

Breast-feeding, observations
on — Forsyth, 373

Bridges, dental, insanitary,
702

Brieux's "Damaged Goods,"
presentation of, 139

Bromide, treatment of epilep-
sy in children with, 766

Brothers, A., 82

Burns, treatment of, by the
application of alcohol,
692

Caesarean section with un-
usual bladder complica-
tion, recovery — Crutcher,
114
Campbell. George A., 410
Campbell, H. J., 360
Cancer and pellagra, causes
of, 138
cockroaches as carriers of,

281
houses, 280

of the cervix uteri, study of
two advanced cases of —
Bissell, 496
of the rectum — Drueck,

820
of the stomach. 689
Carrel, 827

Carriers, contagion, disinfec-
tion and, 62
Catgut ligatures, preparation
of, (chapter 7) — McDon-
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Catheter cystitis, prevention
of, in the female — ^Mc
Donald, 785
Cautley, Edmund, 348
Cell-growth, stimulating rep-
arative, 684
Cervix, lacerated, technic of

the operation, 65
Chancre, local treatment of,
and other lesions with
arsenobenzol, 682
of the scalp, 449
Cheese as a cause of appendi-
citis, 564
Child, growing, fruit-addition
to the diet of— Scott, 416
hygiene, instruction in, 119
language of the, 121
life, conservation of, 322
welfare, monthly Journal
devoted to, 453
Child-birth, pituitrin in, 626
Childhood and infancy, hy-
giene of, 767
common symptoms in, diag-
nosis of some, 656
mechanisms of, heat regu-
lating— Pritchard, 343
medico-sociological aspects

of— Kelynack, 352
treatment in, principles of

— Campbell, 360

tuberculosis in— Elliott. 412

Children, acute abdominal

conditions of, from the

surgical standpoint, 449

acute gastro-enteritis in

young— Knight, 52
backward school, 265
education and training of
feeble-minded, in the pub-
lic schools, 62
epilepsy in, and treatment

with bromide, 766
fever in, obscure high —

Pisek, 400
heart disease in, prognosis

of— Cautley, 348

hemorrhagic affections of,

rational treatment of the

—Kerr, 396

illegitimate, in France, 15

poor, to work, necessity for,

334
school, health maxims for,

120
school, decayed teeth of,

703
summer diarrhea in, 505
young, diagnosis of tuber-
culosis in, 557
Children's hospitals, import-
ance of, 454
Chloroform, discovery of, 14
Chorea, acute, treatment of —
Collins & Gliddon, 405
treatment of, 692
Cigarette smoking, question
of, 462



stub, lighted, dangers of
the, 462
Cinematograph theatres, ven-
tilation of, 769
City and country death rate,
135
type, evolution of a, 333
Climates, tropical, curious
misstatements as to, 518
Cocaine and morphine, enor-
mous consumption of in
America, 636
Cockroaches as carriers of

cancer, 281
Codes of medical ethics, de-
fect of all, 69
Cold, how to avoid taking,

128
Colitis, chronic case of —
Weinstein, 116
mucous, cause of, 701
mucous, cause of — ^A. Rose,
832
College of Surgeons, Ameri-
can, 278
Collins, Joseph, 405
Colon, therapy of the, 703
Commissioner, health, of the

state, 11
Congress, International Medi-
cal, 611
of School Hygiene, Fourth
International, 325
Constipation, results of, 700
simple but little used rem-
edy for, 336
Consumption, effect of pres-
ent methods of preven-
tion on the spread of, 63
prevention of, 6
Consumptive, harmlessness of
the, 5
unusual type of, 459
Contagion carriers, disinfec-
tion and, 62
Controversy, acrimonious, 567
Convulsions, infantile, treat-
ment of, 267
Cost of infectious diseases,

129
Cottonseed meal, food value
of, 2
oil, food value of, 2
Cough, treatment of, 691
Country and city death rate,

135
Court, doctor in, 533, 596
Crime, decrease of, in Eng-
land, 708
juvenile, novel theory of,
277
Crusade, against fraudulent
drugs, 628
anti-cocaine, renewal of,
635
Crutcher, Howard, 114, 614
Cystitis in women, treatment
of, with remarks on the
practical value of the



cystoscope, (chapter 2)
— McDonald, 150
catheter, prevention of,
(chapter 15) — McDonald,
785
Cystoscope, practical value of
the in the treatment of
cystitis in women, (chap-
ter 2)— McDonald, 150
Darlington, Dr. Thomas,
candidacy of, 629
Death, causes of, Internation-
al list of, 783
certificate, a standard, 783.
Death rate, city and country,
135
increase of, of people over

forty, 463
in 1912, New York City's,
129
Deaths of infants by overly-
ing, 284
Deficiency, mental, value of
early diagnosis— Smart,
445
Dental pathology, importance

of, 275
Depopulation in France, 81,

641
De Senectute — Houghton, 17
Diagnoses, must our, be ac-
curate? — Williams, 41
Diarrhea, summer, in chil-
dren, 505
Diathesis— Jacobi, 643
Diet, difficulties in prescrib-
ing, 274
of the growing child, fruit-
addition to the — Scott,
416
remote effects of, 276
Disease, artificial production
of immunity in preven-
tion and cure of, 553
fomites in the transmis-
sion of, 501
heart, in children, progno-
sis of — Cautley, 348
public insurance against
accident and, 136
Diseases, infectious, cost of,
129
social, and public enlight-
enment, 552
Disinfectants, standardization

of, 271
Disinfection and contagion
carriers, 62
railway, 621
recent problems in, 551
scientific, and what it can

save us — Walker, 95
scientific, an essential pre-
caution after infectious
disease — Walker, 755
Dispensaries, sociologic posi-
tion of, as public utilities,
197
Dispensary methods, care-
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Diphtheria carriers, curing
with staphylococci —
Woodruir. 442
superheated air in, 658
Von Behring's new method
of producing immunity
to. 562

Divorce case, anatomical evi-
dence in a, 760

Dixon, Thomas, 90

Doctor in court — O'Reilly.
533 k 596
ship's, increasing responsi-
bilities of the, 709

Doctors and Dr. Johnson, 80

Doctor's wife, the — Brothers,
82

Doubts, obsessive — Stekeland
Tannenbaum, 665

Drainage operations, relation
of, to the public health,
501

Dresbach, M., 805

Drinkers, alcoholic psychosis
and psychopathic — Wil-
liams, 104

Drueck, Charles J.. 820

Drug houses, independence
of, 632
trade Exhibition and Con-
ference, 626

Drugs, fraudulent, renewed
crusade against, 628
narcotic, and school teach-
ers, 571

Drunkards and tramps, New
York farm colony for,
137

Druskin, S. J., 190

Dyspeptic, may eat oysters,
458

Ear, nose, throat and, path-
ological significance of
chronic suppuration of
the — Beck, 209
Eating and overeating, 128
places, public, proper con-
trol of, 627
Eclampsia, diagnosis and
treatment of — Kosmak,
477
pathology and etiology of,
short resume of — Frank,
482
puerperal, 324
Economic diiflculties of the
general practitioner —
Sheffield, 298
Economics, industrial, alco-
hol and, 619
of new medical titles —

Young, 660
of medicine — ^Voorhees, 85
Edgerton, E. S.. 312
Editors' Association. Ameri-
can Medical. 342
Education, physical, recent
International Congress
of, held in Paris— Gabri-
el, 546



Eifficiency, factors of, 562
Effusion, pleuritic, Greece's

sign in, 122
Elimination, 63
Elliott, J. H., 412
Emotions, sex, in their rela-
tion to colors and sounds,
16
Empyema, enormous — Gallo-
way, 664
siphon treatment of, in in-
fants and young children,
compared with other
measures — Holt, 381
end, at the year's, 769
Endurance, remarkable test

of. 508
Enteritis, acute or chronic,
tuberculosis following,707
Epilepsy, heredity as a fac-
tor in, 194
in children and treatment
with bromide, 766
Epistaxis, treatment of, 126
Erysipelas, treatment of, 451
treatment of, by tincture
of iodine, 127
Eastern Medical Society of
New York City, 68, 130.
196, 268, 326, 590
Ethics, medical, defect of all
codes of, 69
medical, principles of, 69
Eugenic programme. 684*
Eugenics, against, 683
and heredity, in relation to

the public health. 615
and prevention of disease,

distinction between, 774
another aspect of, 617
is the science of being well-
bom. 775
life insurance as an aid to
longevity and — French,
657
real progress in, 80
teaching of, in schools, 553
Euthanasia, condemnation of,

509
Evils, possible, 75
Examinations, expert, again

criticised, 759
Examinitis, 337
Exercise, swimming as an,
value of, 570

Farm, New York, colony for
tramps and drunkards,
137
Fat hernia, 194
Fatigue, 572

Fats, fluid, into stearin, the
new industry of chang-
ing, 3
Feeble-minded and idiots,
study of mortality in
4,000, 321
children, education and
training of, in public
schools, 62



living outside of institu-
tions, 622
schools for the, the best in-
surance policy, 265
Feeding, artificial, of infants
— Hoag, 34
artificial, problem of —

Knight, 408
breast, observations on —

Forsyth, 373
infant, maltose in. 67
infant, modified cow's milk
as a substitute food in,
66
infant, remarks on the pres-
ent day aspects of — John-
son, 591
infant, value of citrated
whole milk in — Lang-
mead, 368
Female paradoxes, 4
prevention of catheter cys-
titis in the— McDonald,
785
Ferguson. Wm., 44
Fever, hay, experimental
therapy in — Hogsett, 254
Fever, malta, can be con-
trolled, 84
malta, in Texas, 84
obscure high, in children —

Pisek, 400
septic scarlet, intravenous
injection of Neosalvarsan
in— Fischer, 584
typhoid, hemorrhage in —

Johnston. 310
typhoid, vaccine treatment
of, 765
Fibro-angioma of the orbit —

Shirmer, 191
Fibroid tumors, treatment,
with report of 700 cases,
( chapter 4 ) — McDonald,
161
Finger, acute suppurative

synovitis of the, 66
Fischer, Louis, 390, 584
Flatulence, treatment of, 766
Fly, simulium, 630
Fomites in the transmission

of disease, 501
Food adulteration, 627
and drugs act, meats now

under the, 458
modified cow's milk as a
substitute, in infant feed-
ing, 66
value of cottonseed meal, 2
value of cottonseed oil, 2
Football injuries. 7

fatalities of 1913, 772
Formaldehyde vapor in the

vagina, 504
Forsyth, David, 373
Fracture number, special, 768
Fractures, investigation on
value of radiography in,
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treatment of, transplanta-
tion of bone in, 126
France, depopulation in, 81,
641
illegitimate children in, 15
Frank, Robert T., 482
Freeman, Rowland Godfrey,

433
French, J. M., 667
Friedmann bacillus, 320
"cure" for tuberculosis, 131
Dr., may be honest, 205
episode, there is a more

serious side to the, 205
remedy, 134

treatment of tuberculosis,
64
Friedmann's, Dr., tuberculosis
treatment, personal im-
pressions of — Voorhees,
263
Fruit-addition to the diet of
the growing child— Scott,
416
Fuchs, Albert F., 586

Gabriel, M. S., 546
alloway, D. H., 664
Gall stone, diagnosis of, 554
Gambling, mania for, what is

the nature of the? 340
Garlic (allium sativa) and
the onion (allium sepa),
as a remedy for pneu-
monia and pulmonary tu-
berculosis — Hall, 26
Gastritis, chronic, 125
Gastro-enteritis, acute, in
young children — ^Knight,
52
Gentleman, we hold no brief

for the, attacked, 465
George, Mr. Lloyd, has scored
on the first round, 71
has thus repudiated every

promise, 72
struck below the belt, 72
Geyser, A. C, 606, 748
Gittings, J. C, 539
Gliddon. W. O., 405
C^oldberg, Harry A., 815
Cronococcus infection, treat-
ment of leucorrhea due
to, (chapter 3) — ^McDon-
ald, 157
puerperal infection from
the, (chapter 9) — McDon-
ald, 177
susceptibility of the, to
heat, 279
Gk>odhue, E. S., 187
Gout, reflections on, 682
Grocco's sign in pleuritic ef-
fusion. 122
Gynecology and obstetrics,
study in — McDonald, 141,
727

Habits, bad, syphilis or,
335
drinking, of the new stocks
of Americans, 634



Hall, H. O., 26
Hamlet gouty, was? 635
Harding, E. S., 491
Hastings, Charles J., 428
Hatpin, deadly, 568
Hay fever, 504
experimental therapy in —
HogseU, 254
Health, boards of, incom-
petent, 772
Commissioner of the State,

11
department, national, possi-
bilities for harm in, 695
maxims for school children,

120
ofllcers, school for, 640
public, and the degree of

D. P. H., 321
public, administration the
physician's domain, 554
public, heredity and eugen-
ics in relation to the, 615
public, relation of drainage

operations to the, 501

we learn slowly in matters

of, 571

Heart disease, prognosis of,

in children— Cautley, 348

lesions, organic, diagnosis

of. 123
orthodlagraphic types —
.Wessler, 653
Heat regulating mechanisms
of childhood— Pritchard,
• 343
Hemorrhage in typhoid fever

Johnston, 310
Hemorrhagic affections of
children, rational treat-
ment of— Kerr, 396
Hemorrhoids, external, their
radical cure — Sauer, 315
Whitehead, operation for,
625
Heredity and eugenics in re-
lation to the public
health, 615
as a factor in epilepsy, 194
exaggerating the power of,

776
real results often over-
looked, 776
with especial reference to
the law of Gregor Johan
Mendel. O. S. A., 552
Hernia, fat, 194
strangulated, and atropine,
124
Herpes, treatment of, 505



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