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Page 275 - By Louis STARR, MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania ; Physician to the Children's Hospital.
Page 49 - General Meetings of the Congress, shall be promptly given in writing to the Secretary-General; and all papers presented and discussions held at the meetings of the Sections shall be promptly given in writing to the Secretaries of the proper Sections. No communication shall be received which has already been published, or read before a society. The Executive Committee, after the final adjournment of the Congress, shall direct the editing and the publication of its
Page 50 - Congress and the Officers of the Sections shall be nominated to the Congress at the opening of its first session. 14. The Executive Committee shall, at some convenient time before the meeting of the Congress, prepare a list of foreign Vice-Presidents of the Congress and foreign VicePresidents of the Sections, to be nominated to the Congress at the opening of its flist session. 15. There shall be a standing Committee on Finance, composed of one representative from each State and Territory, the District...
Page 322 - It exhaled the odor of spirit most distinctly, and its membranes and minute structures were vascular in the extreme. It looked as if it had been recently injected with vermilion.
Page 276 - THE STUDENT'S MANUAL OF VENEREAL DISEASES. Being a Concise Description of those Affections and of their Treatment.
Page 202 - During the war of the rebellion he was one of the first to respond to his country's call, and one of the last to leave its ranks.
Page 148 - ... retired from his editorial connection with the Journal of Cutaneous and Venereal Diseases. The Journal will be continued under the sole editorial charge of Dr. P. A. Morrow. We may remind our readers that this is the only publication in the English language devoted to Skin and Venereal Diseases, and during the three years of its existence it has won for itself a high reputation for scientific excellence as well as practical utility. In addition to presenting all that is new and valuable in these...
Page 307 - Consanguineous marriages which bring together persons having a disease or morbid tendency in common are dangerous to the offspring. Not, however, one whit more so than the marriage of any other two persons not related, yet having an equal amount of tendency to disease in common. Conditions present in both parents, good or bad, are simply augmented, and the result would have been the same were they not related. 11. Given a malformation or disease firmly established, we have a tendency to breed true....
Page 48 - Rules" were unanimously adopted : RULES. 1. The Congress shall consist of members of the regular profession of medicine, who shall have inscribed their names on the register and shall have taken out their tickets of admission; and of such other scientific men as the Executive Committee of the Congress may see fit to admit.
Page 49 - April 30 wishing to bring forward a subject not upon the programme must give notice of his intention to the SecretaryGeneral at least twenty-one days before the opening of the Congress. The Officers of each Section shall decide as to the acceptance of any communication offered to their Section, and shall fix the time of its presentation. No communication will be received which has been already published, or read before a Society.