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Detroit, Mich.



Uber des Anteil der Hoheren Schulen an der
Erzrehungsarbeit.

Die Korper oder der Bacillus ? Welcher von bei-
den soil, beim Hygienischen Unterricht, dem
Publikum besonders betont werden von.

Uber die Rolle der popularen Vortrage im Kampfe
gegen Tuberktllose.

Hygienischer Unterricht in Schulen.



Uber die Erziehungsthatigkeit der Krankenpfleger.

La lutte anti-tuberculeuse a Lyon.
Tuberculosis and two thousand dollars a year.



The popular lecture in the crusade against tuber-
culosis.

The Blue Star— a simple and practical way to in-
terest people in tuberculosis and to raise funds
to combat the disease.

Present status of the teaching of hygiene in the
United Kingdom.

Tuberculosis and the public schools.



Dr. G. A. Heron,

London, England.

Dr. Luther H. Gulick,

Director of the Physical
Training in the Public
Schools, New York City.
Unter denen, welche ihre Absicht ausgesprochen haben sich an der Diskussion
in dieser Sitzung zu beteiligung sind: Herr H. Wirt Steele, Sekretar des Mary-
lander Vereins fur Verhiitung und Linderung der Tuberkulose. und Frau Keba
Thelin Foster, aus Baltimore, und Mr. Max Cohen, aus Washington, D. C. (Ed.

Views).

SiBBENTE SiTZUNG.
PREITAG DEN 2 OkTOBER, 9.30 V. M.

FORDERUNG DER IMMUNITAT.
Entwickelung des Begriiifes vom korperlichen Wohlsein; Mittel zur Erhohung
der Wiederstandfahigkeit gegen Krankheiten, wie z. B. Anlagen und Spielplatze,



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tJbungeii in Freien., Korperliche Erziehung, Verbessexung der, Lebensart in Bezug
auf Wohnung, Diat, und Reinlichkeit; tiber Individuelle Immunitat und iiber
soziale Verhaltnisse Welche soziale Immunitat begunstigen.



Herr Lawrence Veiller,
New York.

Dr. Charles Dennison,
Denver, Colorado.

Dr. Woods Hutchinson,
New York.

Dr. Henry Curtis,
aus Washington,
.Sekretar des Spielplatz-
vereins in America.

Herr Howard Bradstreet,
Sekretar der Metropolitan
Parkvereinigung, in
New York.

Frau Hunter Robb,
Cleveland.

Frl. Sadie American,

Dr. J. H. Kellogg,
Battle Creek, Mich.

Dr. Thomas A. Storey,
Direktor der Abteilung
fur korperliche Ubun-
gen im College der
Stadt New York.
Herr Robert Watchorn,

Aufeseher der Einwander-
ung im Hafen von
New York.
Dr. Henry B. Favill,
Chicago.



Ober Wohnungsverhaltnisse und Tuberkulose.

Uber die Einschrankung der Tuberkulose ' durch
Hausventilation.

Das Verhaltniss zwischen Einkommen und Tu-
berkulose.

Die Beziehung zwischen der Bewegung zur Ein-
richtung von Spielplatzen und der zur Ver-
hiitung der Tuberkulose.

Uber Parkanlagen und Spielplatze.



Die Verantwortlichkeit der Frau an der Ver-
hutiing der Tuberkulose.

Ober einigen Nutzen der Eiflbildung bei Ver-
hutung der Tuberkulose.

Ober Diat als Mittel zur Erhohung der Wieder-
standsfahigkeit.

Ober die Forderung der Immunitat durch korper-
liche Erziehung.



Ober Das Verhaltniss zwischen Einwanderung und
dem Problem der Hervorbringung Sozialer
Zustande, welche allgemeiiie Immunitat beguns-
tigen.
Die Entwickelung des Begriffes vom korperlichen
Wohlbefinden.
Unter denen, welche sich-en der Diskussion zu beteiligen ihr Absicht ausge-
sprochen haben sind: Dr. R. W. Corwin, Arzt der Colorado Heizungsmittel und
Eisen Co., und Dr. E. O. Otis, aus Boston.

ACHTB SiTZUNG.

FrEitag den 2 Oktober, 2.30 N. M.
OBER DIE VERANTWORTLICHKEIT DER GESELLSCHAFT FOR DIE

TUBERKULOSE.
Rev W. H. P. Faunce, Brown University.
Herr Jacob H. Schiff, New York.
Frl. Kate Barnard, Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Mile. L. Chaptal, Paris, France.
Frl, Helen Todd, London, England,
Herr Jacob A. Riis, New York.
Frl. Jane Addams, Chicago.
Rev. Samuel McChord Crothers, Cambridge, Mass



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PROGRAM SECTION V.

First Session.

Tuesday, September 39th, 9.30 A. M.

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF TUBERCULOSIS.

The burdens entailed by tuberculosis : on individuals and families ; on industry ;
on relief agencies ; on the community ; on social progress.

The cost of securing effective control of tuberculosis ; in large cities ; in smaller
towns ; in rural communities.

Special aspects of the social problem.



Prof. Irving Fisher,
Yale University.

Prof. Walter F. Wilcox,
Cornell University,

Consulting Statistician,
New York State Dept.
Health.

Mr. Sherman C. Kingsley,
Supt. Chicago Relief and
Aid Society.

Dr. Martin W. Barr,

Supt. Penn. School for
Feeble-minded.

Prof. Lightner Witmer,
University of Penn.

Mr. John A. Kingsbury,

Asst. Secretary New York
State Charities Aid As-
sociation.

Mr. Homer Folks,

Sec. State Charities Aid
Association of New
York.

Mr. Rowland G. Hazard,

Peace Dale, R. I., Chair-
man Board of Trustees,
R. I. State Sanatorium.

Prof. Lemoine,

au Val de Grace, France.

Prof. John R. Commons,

University of Wisconsin.



Mr. Talcott Williams, LL.D.,
Philadelphia, Pa.



Papers.
The cost of tuberculosis.

Some considerations regarding the economic loss
to New York State from tuberculosis in 1907.



The burden on individuals and families.



The relation between tuberculosis and mental de-
fect

The relation between the tuberculosis movement
and a movement for dealing with mental defect.

The awakening of a state— an educational, cam-
paign for the prevention of tuberculosis.



A State aroused : effective control in small towns
and rural communities.



Some economic aspects of the free treatment oi
tuberculosis by the state.



Tuberculosis in the army.

Standardization of investigations: uniformity of
nomenclature of occupations and diseases. Stand-
ard units for reports and investigations and co-
operation of State Boards of Health and Labor
Bureaus on health in occupations.

The cost of a city's ransom; an estimate of the
expenditure which would be required to control
tuberculosis in Philadelphia.



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InT^RKATIONAI* CoNdRESS



Among those who have indicated their intention oi participating in the discussion
of this session are Prof. C. W. A. Veditz, Mr. Christopher Easton, Dr. Theodore H.
Sachs, Dr. Henry R. Holton, and Dr. George H. Evans.

' SecoND SSSSION.

Tuesday, SbptembEr 29th, 2.30 P. M. , ,
ADVERSE INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS.

The incidence of tuberculosis according to occupation; overwork and nervous
strain as factors in tuberculosis; effect of improvements ift factory conditions on
the health of employees; legitimate exercise of the police power in protecting the
life and health of employees ; industrial causes ; hygienic safeguards.

PapEks.



Dr. George Dock,

Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Miss Jane Addams, and
Dr. Alice Hamilton,
Chicago.

Mr. Frederick L. Hoffman,
Statistician Prudential In-
surance Company.

Mr. John Martin,
New York.

Prof. C. E. A^.Winslow,

Mass. Institute of Tech-
nology.

Dr. G. M. Price,
New York City.

Mr. Thomas W. B. Crafer,
Milwaukee, Wis.

Dr. James Alex. Miller,
New York.

Mr. A. J. McKelway,

Southern Sec. National
Child Labor Commit-
tee.
Dr. Latham,

London, England. '



Overwork and nervous strain.
Overwork and nervous strain.

Tuberculosis as an industrial disease.

Factory legislation and tuberculosis. 11

The cash value of factory ventilation.

Medical factory inspection.

An economic study of tuberculosis in Milwaukee.
Pulmonary tuberculosis among printers.
Tuberculosis in the cotton mills of the South.



Incidence of tuberculosis according to occupa-
tions.



The legitimate exercise of the police power in pro-
tecting the life and health of employees. •



The legitimate exercise of police power for the
protection of health.



Hon. David J. Brewer,

Asso. Justice U. S. Su-
preme Court.

Dr. Henry B. Fayill,

Chicago, on behalf of the
American Association
for Labor Legislation.

Among those who have indicated their intention of participating in the discussion
of this subject are Mr. Owen R. Lovejoy, Secretary of the National Child Labor
Committee, and Dr. Lucy A. Bannister, Welfare Secretary of the Westinghouse
Lamp Company.



ON Tuberculosis



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Third Session.

Wednesday, September 30th, 9.30 A. M.

THE SOCIAL CONTROL OF TUBERCULOSIS.

National, state and municipal governments; departments of health and depart-
ments of public relief; private endowments; voluntary associations for educational
propaganda; institutions, such as relief agencies, which exist primarily for other
purposes ; insurance ; features in an aggressive campaign against tuberculosis.

Papers.

A comprehensive program for the prevention of
tuberculosis; the relative functions of available
agencies.



Mr. Livingston Farrand,
Executive Sec. National
Association for the
Study and Prevention
of Tuberculosis.

Dr. H. C. Clapp,
Boston.

Mr. Francis H. McLean,

Sec. of the Field Dept. of
"Charities and the Com-
mons."

Bureau of Municipal Re-
search, New York City.

Prof. Chas. R. Henderson,
University of Chicago.

Dr. F. Arloing, and
Paul Courmont,
Paris, France.

Dr. Bourcille,

Paris, France.

Dr. J. Willoughby Irwin,
Medical Director, Ken-
sington Dispensary and
Hospital for the Treat-
ment of Tuberculosis,
Philadelphia.

Pres. Wm. F. Slocum,
Colorado College,
Colorado Springs.

Symposium.

THE RELATIVE VALUE OF THE FEATURES IN AN AGGRESSIVE

CAMPAIGN.
Compulsory registration; anti-spitting ordinanees; compulsory removal of
unteachable and dangerous cases; care of advanced cases; laboratory research
hospital; sanatorium; dispensary; day camp; private phys.aan ; vismngnurse; after-
care of arrested cases; climate; hygienic instruction, personal and m class; educa-
tional propaganda.



The function of national, state and municipal gov-
ernments in the control of tuberculosis. "

The function of relief agencies.



Official information necessary to the social control

of tuberculosis.
Industrial insurance in relation to the conflict with

tuberculosis.
The tuberculosis dispensary at Lyon.

The law and private initiative in the fight against
tuberculosis.

Study of the relation of prostitution to tubercu-
losis.



The best use of a large bequest for the benefit of
consumptives.



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Fourth Session.

WfiDNESDAY, September 30th, 2.30 P. M.

EARLY RECOGNITION AND AFTER-CARE.

Importance of discovering the persons who have tuberculosis before the disease
has passed the incipient stage ; examination of persons known to have been exposed ,
or presumably predisposed; systematic examination of school children during their
course and on leaving school to go to work; professional advice as to choice, of
occupation in cases where there is apparent predisposition to disease.

Instruction in healthful trades in the sanatorium; farm colonies; convalescent
homes or cottages; aid in securing suitable employment on leaving the sanatorium;
the return to unfavorable home conditions.

Papers.

The importance of early recognition, prompt relief
and prevention from an economic standpoint.

Some of the difficulties (professional and social)
of the early recognition of tuberculosis, and
some suggestions is to the remedy.

Examination of suspected or exposed subjects.



Dr. John H. Pryor,
Buffalo.

Dr. Edward O. Otis,
Boston.

Dr. Linsly R. Williams,
New York.

Dr. John Edward Squire,
London,, England.

Mr. Walter E. Kruesi,

Sec. Boston Association
for the Relief and Con-
trol of Tuberculosis.

Mrs. James E. Newcomb,
Pres. Stony. Wold Sana-
torium.

Dr. Henry Barton Jacobs,
Baltimore.

Mrs. Anna Garlin Spencer,
New York.

Dr. Chas. J. Hatfield,
Philadelphia.



Results of an examination of persons known to
have been exposed.

How to deal with the danger of a return to un-
favorable home conditions.



Farm colonies.



A farm colony experiment.
Open-air schools.



Training for professional nursing in institutions
for the care of tuberculosis patients. A report
of the Training Schools at Henry Phipps Insti-
tute and White Haven Sanatorium.

Discussion.
Opened by
Danger des ttibejculeux meconnus (psendo bien
portant bacilliferes) prophylaxie.
The Prevention and Treatment op Tuberculosis in Certain Population Groups.



Dr. Hericourt,
Paris, France,



Dr. Theodore B. Sachs,
Chicago.

Dr. Antonio Stella,
New York.



Papers.
The Jews.

The Italians in North America (especially in New
York City). - '



ON Tub5RCUU)S1S

Dr. Robert Wilson,

Charleston, S. C.
Hon Francis E. Leupp,
United States Commis-
sioner of Indian
Affairs.



The Negroes.
The Indians.



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Fifth Session.

Thursday, Octobbr 1st, 9.30 A. M.

NURSES' MEETING.



Mrs. Hugo Lupinski,

Supt. Tuberculosis Sana-
torium, Grand Rapids,
Mich.

Miss Mabel Jacques,

Visiting Nurse Society,
Philadelphia, Pa.

Miss Frances Hostetter,
Phila. Pa. (Dr. John
Musser's Class Work.)

Miss Bertha L. Stark,

Pittsburg Sanatorium,
Pittsburg.

Miss Elsie T. Patterson,

Nurse in Charge Vander-
bilt Clinic Dept. of Vis-
iting Nursing, N. Y.

Mrs. Von Wagner,

Inspector of Tenements,
Health Department,
Yonkers.

Miss Ada B. Shaw,

Visiting Nurse Asso.,
Cleveland, O.

Miss S. T. Robbins,

Supt. of Nursing and Ma-
tron, New Jersey Sana-
torium for Tuberculous
Diseases, Glenn Gard-
ner, New Jersey.

Miss Mary W. McKechnie,
Nurse in Charge Visiting
Nurses Settlement,
Orange, N. J.

Mrs. J. H. Burgess,

Supt. of Nursing, The
Gaylord Farm Sanatori-
um, Wallingford, Conn.



Papers.

The need for special training in tuberculosis
nursmg work.



Home occupation in families of consumptives.



Classes for teaching as. a part of the propaganda
against tuberculosis.

The possibilities of teaching prevention of tuber-
culosis in public schools.

Disinfection in homes of tuberculous patients.



Tenement house inspection as related to the tuber-
culosis propaganda.



Tuberculosis tent colony "A."



Day camps for consumptives.



Anti-tuberculosis work in a rural community.



Sanatorium work and nursing with tuberculous
patients.



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Miss E. L. Foley,

Dispensary Nurse,
Boston, Mass.

Miss E. P. Upjohn,
Boston, Mass.

Miss M. A.' Gallagher,

Boston Assoc, for Relief
Control of Tuberculosis,
Boston.

Miss Ida M. Cannon,

Social Service Dept.,
Mass. Gen. Hospital.

Miss F. R. Smithwick,
Denver, Colorado.

Miss L. C. Boyd,

Denver, Colorado,.

Miss Harriet Fulmer,
Supt. Visiting Nurse
Association,
Chicago, 111.

Miss S, H. Cabaniss,

Visiting Nurses Settle-
.rnent, Richmond, Va.

Miss Holman,
. Ledger, N. C.

Miss M. E. Lent,

Nurse in Charge,
Visiting Nurses Asso.,
Baltimore, Md.

Miss Ellen La Motte,

Visiting Nurses Assoc,
Baltimore.

Miss A. L. Tillinghast,
Prescott, Arizona.



Home .teaching in tuberculous family.

The visiting nurse as a social worker.
The discharged sanatorium case.



The work of the department with tuberculous
cases.

The attitude of the modern district nurse toward

tuberculdsis.
Sanatorium work in Colorado.

A consideration of the tendency of nurses in tu-
berculosis service to cease nursing and become
investigators or instructors.

Hospital provision for incurable cases.



Visiting- nursing work and instruction in tubercu-
lous cases in mountain regions.
The true function of the tuberculosis^ nurse.



The unteaehable consumptive.



Sixth Session.
Thursday, October 1st, 2.30 P. M.

ELEMENTARY AND POPULAR EDUCATION : METHODS AND

AGENCIES.

Special literature for general distribution; exhibits and lectures; the press;
educational work of the nurse; labor organizations; instruction, in schools of all
grades. - '

A. E. Winship, Elementary instruction as to tuberculosis.

Editor of Journal of Educa-
tion, Boston, Mass.

Prof. David S. Snedden, The training of teachers to give instruction in hy-

Teachers' College, giene. ,. ..,

New York.



ON TuB^RCULOSiS



77



William Harmon Norton,
Professor of Geology,

Cornell College, Iowa.

Dr. Howard S. Anders,

Prof, of Physical Diagnosis,
Medico-Chirurgical Col-
lege, Philadelphia.

Dr. Henry Barton Jacobs,
Baltimore.

Dr. C. W. Stiles,

U. S. Public Health and Ma-
rine Hospital Service,
Washington, D. C.

Miss Lillian D. Wald,

Head Worker, Henry Street
Settlement, New York.

Dr. Paul Courmont,
Paris, France.

Dr. Helen C. Putnam,

Providence, R. I., Chairman
of Committee to Investi-
gate the Teaching of Hy-
giene in Public Schools.,
Appointed by the American
Academy of Medicine.

Dr. A. Adolphus Knopf,
New York.

Miss Clara E. Dyer,
Detroit, Mich.



The colleges of the United States and the cam-
paign against tuberculosis.

The body or the bacillus : which shall be empha-
sized in the hygienic education of the public?



Hygienic instruction in schools.
Hygienic instruction in schools.

The social significance and educational value of
the nurse in tuberculosis work;

The crusade against tuberculosis in Lyons.

Tuberculosis and two thousand dollars a year.



The popular lecture in the crusade against tuber-
culosis.

The Blue. Star — a simple and practical way to in-
terest people in tuberculosis and to raise funds
to combat the disease.



Present status of the teaching of hygiene in the
United Kingdom.

Tuberculosis and the public schools.



Dr. G. A. Heron,

London, England.

Dr. Luther H. Gulick,

' Director of Physical Train-
ing in the Public Schools
New York City.

Among those who have indicated their intention of participating in the discussion
of this session are Mr. H. Wirt Steele, Secretary of the Maryland Association for
the Prevention and Relief of Tuberculosis, and Mrs. Reiba Thelin Foster, of Balti-
more. Mr. Max Cohen, Washington, D. C. (Ed. Views).



Seventh Session.
Friday, October 2d, 9.30 A. M.
PROMOTION OF IMMUNITY.
Development of the conception of physical well-being; measures for increasing
resistance to disease, such as parks and playgrounds, outdoor sports, physical educa-
tion, raising the standard of living in respect to housing, diet, and cleanliness; indi-
vidual immunity and social conditions favorable to general immunity.



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Lawrence Veiller,

Director of the Department
for the Improvement of
Social Conditions of the
New York Charity Organ-
ization Society.

Dr. Charles Denison,
Denver, Colo.

Dr. Woods Hutchinson,
New York.

Dr. Henry S. Curtis,

Washington, Secretary of the
Playground Association of
America.

Mr. Howard Bradstreet,
Secretary Metropolitan Parks
Association of New York.

Mrs. Hunter Robb,
Cleveland.

Miss Sadie American,

Executive Secretary, Council
of Jewish Women.

Dr. J. H. Kellogg,

Battle Creek, Mich.
Dr. Thomas A. Storey,

Assoc. Prof, and Director of
Dept. of Physical Training
in the College of the City
of New York.
Hon. Robert Watchorn, ,i ~, ,,,
Commissioner of Immigration
at the Port of. New York.
Dr. Henry B. Favill,
Chicago.



Papers.
Housing and tuberculosis.



The limitation of tuberculosis by house ventila-
tion.
The relation between income and tuberculosis.

The relation of the playground movement to the
movement for the prevention of tuberctilosis.



Parks and playgrounds.



Woman's responsibility for the prevention of tu-
berculosis. <

Some uses of the imagination in the prevention of
tuberculosis.



Diet as an element in increasing resistance.

The promotion of immunity through physical edu-
cation.



1 The; relation of immigration to the problem of se-
curing social conditions favorable to general
immunity.
The development of the conception of physical
well-being.



Among those who have indicated their intention of participating in the discussion
of this session are Dr. R. W. Corwin, Surgeon of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Com-
pany, and Dr. E. O. Otis, of Boston.



Eighth Sbssion.
Friday, October 2d, 2.30
THE RESPONSIBILITY OF SOCIETY
Pres. W. P. Faunce, Brown University.
Mr. Jacob H. Schiff, New York •:
Miss Kate Barnard, Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Mile. I. Chaj)tal, Paris, France.
Miss Helen Todd, London, Erigland.
Mr.JacoJj A. Riis, New York.
Rev. Samuel McChord Ci-others, Cambridge, Mass
Miss Jane Addams, Chicago.



P. M.
FOR TUBERCULOSIS.



ON Tuberculosis 79



\ Seccion VI.

Section VI. Sektion VI.

Section VI.

La Inspecci6n dE la Tuberculosis for el Estado y el Municipio.
Le Gontrole de la Tuberculose par l'Stat et les Municipality.

OBERAUfSICHT DER STAATEN UND MuNIZIPALBEHOKDEN tJBER DIE

tuberkulose.

State and Municipal Control oe Tuberculosis.

Presidente:

President: Pr'dsident:

President:

Surgeon-General Walter Wyman, Washington. D. C.

Vicepresidentes:

Vice-Presidents : Viee-Prdsidenten :

Vice-Presidents :

Dr AC Abbott, Philadelphia Dr. Geo. M. Kober, Washington

Dr. HERMANN M. Biggs, New York Dr. Quitman KohnkE, New Orleans

Dr H M Bracken, St. Paul, Minn. Dr. Richard H. Lewis, Raleigh, N. C

Dr' C V Chapin, Providence, R. I. Dr. Lawrence LitcheiEld, Pittsburg . .

Dr WML. CoPLiN, Philadelphia Dr. J. N. McCormack, Bowl g Green Ky.

Dr' Thos."dari.ington, New York Dr. Henkv Mitchell Trenton, N. J.

Dr. S. G. DIXON, Harrisburg, Pa. Dr. Joseph Neee Ph.ladelptaa

Dr. Samuel H. Durgin, Boston Dr. Herbert D. Pease, Albany, N.Y

D WM A Evans, Chicago Dr. Eugene H. Porter, Albany, N. Y

D ' N K. Foster, Sacramento, Cal. Dr. Marshall L. Price. Baltimore

Dr G W GOLER Rochester, N. Y. Dr. C. O. Probst. Columbus, O.

D ' W C 'gorga , Panama Dr. Chas. D. Smith, Portland. Me.

ur. vv . V.-. uruK , Dr G T SwARTS, Providence, R. L

Dr. MARCUS HAASE^ Memphis Tenn. D . G. T. S . ^^^^^^^ ^^^^

Dr. T. J. HAPPEL, Trenton, Tenn. D ■ T ^^^^^_^^^^ ^^^^

Dr. C. A. Harper. Madison Wis. D • ^ ^^^

Dr. CHARLES HARRINGT0^, Boston D H-;;^^-J^^^;,,,^,^„

°'- ?• ^- TS; S aS Wash Dr. C. L. Wilbur. Washington

Dr C. H. Irion, New Orleans



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Secretario :
Secretaire : Sekretar:

Secretary:

Dr. J. W. Kbrr, Washington

PROGRAMA provisional:

Secci6n VI.

LA INSPECCI6N DE LA TUBERCULOSIS POR EL ESTADO Y EL

MUNICIPIO.

Leyes y Ordenanzas eelaTivas a la Tuberculosis, con referencia. especial a la
denuncia de los casos tuberculosos.

Dr. Hermann Biggs,

New York.
Dr. H. Roerdam, ' ,

Copenhagen.

Dr. Marshall L. Price,
Baltimore.



Dr. B. Patrikios,
Athenas, Greece.



La inspeccion reglamentaria de la Tuberculosis,
con referencia especial al sistema de Maryland.

La Lucha contra la Tuberculosis en Grecia.



El Cuidado Gubernamental de los Pacientes Tuberculosos a domicilio, en los
dispensarios v sanatorios, en las eincas rurales, en los campamentos, etc.

Dr. I. Rapchewsky,

St. Petersburg, Russia.



Dr. P. M. Carrington,
Fort Stanton, N. M.



Dr. C. O. Probst,
Columbus, Ohio.

Dr. S. G. Dixon,
Harrisburg, Pa.

Dr. Crespin,

Prof, de la Escnela de
Medicine de Alger.

Propaganda Educativa e



Dr. M. J. Rosenau,
Dr. Anderson,

Washington, D. C.

Dr. Henry B. Ward,
Lincoln, Neb.

Dr. Victor C. Vaughan,
Ann Arbor, Mich.



El Sanatorio del Hospital de la. Marina de los
Estados Unidos para Tuberculosos, en Fort
Stanton, N. M., un Resumen de Neuve Afios de
Trabajo.

Algunas de las Nuevas Formas en la Construccion
y en el Manejo de - Sanatorios en uso en el In-
stituto de Ohio.

El Cuidado Gubernativo de los Pacientes TubercU- ■•
losos en Pennsylvania.

La Tuberculosis en la Alger. ■;



INVESTIGACIONES ClENTlFlCAS BAJO LA Pr0TBCCi6n DEL
GOBIERNO. '



Propaganda Educativa por medio de las Institu-
ciones locales tales como escuelas, institucibnes
sociales y organizaciones de caridad.

Medidas Sanitarias aDomicilio tales como, lim-
pieza, disinfeccion, mejoramientos en la habita"-
cion, ventilacion, etc. ■ "' -



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Di», E. W. Hope,
Liverpool, Inglaterra.

Dr. W. A. Evans,
Chicago.



M6D1DAS Sanitarias para los Viajeros, los Empleados del Trafico y los de otras

OcuPACioNEs EN LOS EmFicios PUBLicos, FACTOEiAs Y talleres, etc.
Dr. H. M. Bracken,
San Paul, Minn.

La Prevenci6n de la Tuberculosis entee los Ninos y Adolecentes, incluyendo

LA INFLUENCrA DE LA HEEENCIA, DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE, DE LA ESCUELAS,
DE LOS PATIOS DE EECEEO ETC

Dr. S. A. Knopf,
New York.



Los Actueles Reglamentos Sanitarios de los Cam-
inos.de Hierro de los E.U.



Dr.. W. H. Guilfoy.
New York.

Dr. Charles V. C^iapin.
Providence, R. L

Dr. Charles A. Hodgetts,
Washington, D. C.

Dr. C. L. Wilbur,

Washington, D. C.



C6lecci6n de las Estadisticas.

A que edad y en que grado la mortalidad de la tu-
berculosis ha disminuido en la cuidad de New
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La Importancia de la Historia de la Familia en el
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La Tuberculosis desde el Punto de Vista Esta-
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Coleccion de las Estadisticas de la Tuberculosis.


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