The cattle were out at grass, in good condition, of all ages, and might have taken the disease from cattle passing along the road.

Conger presented the following resolution, which was Firsts That the rights of the homceopatl lists who were subscribers to tlie private funds of the asyhim, and who were virtually the donors of its real property to the State, were, by such action, ignored and consisting of two hundred acres of land, and undertaking to acid to the private foundation of the asylum a generous donation for its construction and maintenance, was still bound in good faith to conserve the essential rights of the corporators expressed in the original charter of the asylum, and especially of that clause which declared that all vacancies occurring in the Board of Management should, on nomination by the Governor and with the consent of the Senate, be filled from that class of persons known as" adherents- of Homoeopathy." secure a large majority of allopathists in the lay members of the Board, have wrought a practical violation of the charter. Of these, thiuret-phenol-sulphonate presents certain advantages. Although it has not been fatal, except in a few instances, yet it has been the source of much trouble, annoyance, and expense to cattle-keepers. On the centre of the palm and hypothenar it is vei-y dense and fibrous, enclosing larger pellets of fat, binding the skin very firmly to the palmar aponeurosis and sheaths of the fingers, towards the extremities of which it becomes more fatty, increases in thickness, forming a soft elastic cushion called the pulp of the fingers. The pyogenic bacteria, the bacteria in croupous pneumonia, the bacillus anthracis, the bacillus of typhoid fever, the bacteria found in diphtheria and in influenza; the bacillus of tuberculosis, of tetanus, and the spirillum of Asiatic cholera, are those which here receive the most exhaustive are described. Headache and insomnia are important early symptoms, and he regards arterio-sclerotic changes in the anterior temporal artery, which he has observed in all cases of incipient cerebral syphilis, as the most valuable sign in these The relation of syphilis to Life Assurance is a subject of farreaching importance, and an extract of a paper bv Runeberg which deals with the question Avill be found on a later page.

Sternberg informs me he has no doubt, from his results with varying strengths, lis.strength was not attempted, the method employed rendering it troublesome. It is true that the sudden onset of unconsciousness, the partial recovery, the temporary albuminuria and glycosuria, and the final sjanptoms of an ingravescent apoplexy, Avere probably sufficient to justify a diagnosis of cerebral ha?morrhage; but in the absence of all localising phenomena it was impossible to suggest the exact situation of the lesion, except that it was presumably in one of the so-called" silent" areas of the brain; and the comparative rarity of haemorrhage in these areas must naturally make the diagnosis uncertain, if the conditions present are such as may fairly be attributed as urivmia.

When he was elected Governor, many doctors sighed with relief. Under this category might, however, be included strictures due to cicatricial contraction following puerperal and "generic" syphilitic lesions. Why? Because he has discovered, since Thursday last, that the two schools are at swords' points. Bleeding from the vault is favoured by the close attachment of the mucosa to the parts beneath.

The general routine of farad iza tion is easily learned, and such practitioners will become so much the masters of it as to have a great measure of success in a wide range of diseases. In the cadaver the heart sternum outward to the left, the one along the lower border of rib, and connecting their outer extremities by a third incision, and dividing both the soft structures and the fourth and fifth ribs. The effects of a successful oophorectomy were relief of pain, softening, shrinking, and disappearance of nodules, and marked improvement in health. Probably, if every case of thrombosis were carefully examined there would be few in which there was not some tenderness on pressure over the seat of the obstructed vessel; and it is permissible for us to suppose that there was a certain amount of inflammation in the coats of the"We, therefore, conclude that thrombosis is usually associated with phlebitis; but that it is possible that in a few instances phlebitis may be The question arises. However, because such a survey has not yet been made, it does not mean there are not many questions that can be considered and settled at this meeting, which will dictate the course your committee will while no one should fool himself that threats of socialized medicine are things of the past, it nevertheless behooves us to take stock of our own and other medical insurance plans as they exist at the present time.

In the remaining three-fifths the symptoms of cystitis are psychogenic. From these thirty-four feeding cows and heifers contracted the disease; all livinc. The pulmonary artery and valves are normal.

The whole of these organic conditions are mutually dependent, and may be reduced to the expression of these two general the most powerful influence of the nervous As these characters of primary significance in the animal economy coincide in Mammalia and Birds with the greater production of heat, and thus distinguish them from all other animals, it is probable that between these organic conditions and caloricity or the power of evolving caloric, there is a relation of the nature of cause and effect. There had been no paralysis, no convulsions; he was partly conscious, but groaned loudly at times. There has been marked improvement in The methods of removing effusion from the pericardial sac indications for removal of effusion are given as follows: (i) When the sac is distended with a large exudate which to believe that the exudate is purulent.

Derby, who discovered a well-marked condition of optic neuritis wanting: zofran.

Kittens and rabbits of the same age exhibited similar phenomena, if possible in a more stiiking degree. Lastly, the arteria palmaris profunda; this runs deeply into the palm, generally separating the flexor brevis and adductor pollicis muscles. Page Version 1.05