Sickness, the Cultivation of, xlv, 342.
Sickness, Responsibility for, xiv, 37.
Sickness, the Result of the Neglect of Public Officials, Munici-

palities Not Responsible for, xliv, 59. Sievers, Robert E., Platt's Chlorides for the Sick Room, xxxv,

536. Significance of a Name, xxxvii, 287. Silliman, B. D., Impure Water and Street Dirt, iii, 231. Sill, J. M. B., School Hygiene, viii, 342. Silver, D. R., Warming and Ventilation, xiv, 429; Defective

Vision of Children, xvi, 442. Similes, xlix, 88. Simin, M., Water Purification with Ozone, xlvii, 301. Simon, John, Resistance to Cholera, xx, 390. Simons, M. H., Constitutional Liability to Disease, xxiv, 248. Sin Will Pluck Out, xlvii, 460. Sing a Song, Rufus McLain Fields, xxxix, 236. "Sinking at Pit of Stomach,” xiv, 516. Siphonage of Soil-pipe Traps and How It may be Avoided, xi,

167. Sitka, Inhabitants, Diseases and Climate, G. W. Rush, xxii, 348. Sitting Down, xxxix, 253. Six of One and Half a Dozen of the Other, xiii, 153. Skeleton Sketches, xl, 191. Skene Hospital, xlii, 538. Skimmed Milk, x, 40. Skin Diseases, Philadelphia Hospital for, xi, 269; Climate in,

L. D. Bulkley, xliii, 24. Skin, the Hygienics of, L. D. Judd, xliii, 25. Slaughter-houses, Stephen Smith, Moreau Morris et al., ii, 216. Skunk as a Disinfectant, xxxvi, 76. Slavery, A New, xlix, 252. Sleep, The Need for, xxxvii, 476; A New Method of Inducing,

J. B. Learned, xl, 33. Sleeping Rooms, Lewis W. Leeds, i, 354; of Children, the Hy

giene of, Joseph Byrne, xlv, 392. Skinner, R. P., Measures Against the Plague at Marseilles, xliv,

Slander, xlv, 6.
Sleeplessness, Treatment of, xxi, 476; Norbury, xxxvii, 54.
Slept in the Hen-Coop, xxxvii, 59.
Sloppy Weather Club, xxxvii, 255.


Abbey Press, l'he, 88.
Abstinence, Total, Society, A New, 434.
Air and Its Properties as Related to Health, Bell, 3.
Alcohol, A New Demand for, 61.
Alcohol, New Sources of, and New Uses for, 428.
Alcohol, Physicians on, Crothers, 337.
Alcoholism, More About–The Oppenheimer Institute, 431.
American Books, The Most, 86.
American Public Health Association-Abstract of Proceedings,

Anatomical and Physiological Points to Remember, Cobb, 294.
Appendicitis, Treatment of, Lucas-Championnière, 236.
As He Ordered, 62.

American Medical Association, 367; American Public Health

Association, 24; Congress of American Physicians and
Surgeons, 367 ; Conference of Sanitary Officers in Albany,
N. Y., 68; Exposition of Commerce and Hygiene at Athens,
66; International Exposition of Hygiene at Buenos Ayres,
448; International Congress of Hygiene at Brussels, 449;

International Quarantine League, 67.
As They Go, 271.

Bacteria, Influence of the Discovery of the Relation of, to Disease,

on the Practice of Medicine, Lipes, 138, 216, 325, 413.
Bashore, H. B., Disease-Bearing Insects in Rural Hygiene, 42;

Hygiene of the Trolley Park and the Picnic Grove, 410.
Bell, A. N., Air and Its Properties as Related to Health, 3 ; Dust

and Disease-Germs in the Air, 193.

Biggs, H., Tuberculosis, 311.
Bituminous Macadam Pavement, 517.

Ambassador White's Diplomatic Reminiscences, 463; Ameri-
can Year-Book of Medicine and Surgery, for 1903
(Gould), 358; Athletics and Outdoor Sport for Women,
265, 463; Atlantic Monthly, 87; Connecticut Medical Se-
ciety, 457; Cosmopolitan, 266; Diseases of the Skin (Rad-
cliffe-Crocker), 357; Diseases of the Heart and Arterial
System (Babcock), 540; Diseases of Metabolism and Nu-
trition (van Noorden), 263, 360; Food Value of Gum
Gluten, 84; Gould's Biographical Clinics, 87; Hygiene and
Public Health (Parkes), 454; Index-Catalogue of the Sur-
geon-General's Office, U. S. A., 80; Infectiveness of Milk
of Cows Which Have Reacted to the Tuberculine Test
(Mohler), 541; International Medical Annual (E. B. Treat
& Co.), 455; Lessons and Laboratory Exercises in Bac-
teriology (Smith), 81; Life and Correspondence of Dr.
H. I. Bowditch (Bowditch), 87; Littell’s Living Age, 366;
Malarial Fever (Ross), 83; Manual of Bacteriology (Har-
ris), 264, 454; Mattison Method of Morphinism (Matti-
son), 83; Manual of International Classification of Causes
of Death (King), 542; Mechanical Refrigeration (Wil-
liams), 265; Milk in Relation to Public Health (Kober), 80;
One Hundred and Fifteenth Report of the University of
the State of New York, 458; Operations of the River Sta-
tions (Newell), 361; Physiological Therapeutics, A Sys-
tem of (Cohen), 539; Progressive Medicine, 80, 359;
Quiz Compend of Diseases of Children (Hatfield), 264;
Report of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 262; Report of
the Chief of the Weather Bureau, 262; Report of Commis-
sioner of Education, 456; Sewage Pollution in the Metro-
politan Area (Walcott), 361; Stories of Old New Haven
(Baldwin), 265; Studies of the Digestibility and Nutritive
Value of Bread (Snyder), 542; Text-Book of Nursing
(Shaw), 80; The Internal Secretions and the Principles of
Medicine (Sajous), 353; The Outlook, 179; The Weather

(Weather Bureau), 82.
Boys in Training, 461.
Brewer, C. C., Sanatoria, 105.
Britain's Only Salvation, 343.

Bubonic Plague in Mazatlan, 67.

Campbell, C. G., Sanitation in Egypt, 515.
Campbell, J. H., Desiccated Milk and Manner of Making Same,

Cancer Victims Increasing, 177.
Census, The Modern, 462.
Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis, 408.
Chace, Lydia Gardiner, What Medical Inspection Means in New

York Schools, 509.
Chickenpox and Measles, 388.
Child Labor, 160.
Child Saving, Half a Century of, 162.
Children, the, American Concern for, 182.
Children Were Cheap, 547.
Cholera in the Philippines, 446.
Christianity a Practical Creed, 84.
Climate and Man, Wilson, 101.
Cobb, J. O., Preventive Respiratory Diseases, 289, 385, 481.
Collargolum and Its Uses, Netter, 427.-
Consumption in the British Navy, 16.
Corbally, T. P., Medical Excerpt, 37, 153, 234, 425.
Councilman, W. T., The Smallpox Germ, 523.
Creevey, E. A., Street Cleaning Apparatus at the Dusseldorf Ex-

position, 135.
Croker, E. F., Wire-Glass Windows, 130.
Crothers, T. D., Physicians on Alcohol, 337.

Darwinism on Its Death-bed, Is?, Goette, 241.
Daughter, A Father's Love for His, 267.
Democracy? Then No Servant Class, 179.
Dentistry, Anästhetics in, Thiesing, 59.
Diphtheria, 398, 488.
Diphtheria, Equable Distribution of, 40.
Diphtheria, Treatment of, 41, 427.
Disease, a Contagious or Infectious, What Happens when a Per-

son Comes in Contact with a Patient Sick with, Cobb, 304.
Disease Caused by Infected Dust, Mortality Due to, 307.
Disease, Dust and, -Germs in the Air, Bell, 193.
Diseases, Preventable, in the State of New York, 201.
Diseases, Preventable, Statistics of Deaths from, Cobb, 289.

Druggists' Frauds, Recent, for Profit, 249.
· "Drunk,” The Word, Magistrates Object to, 339.
Dudley, L. E., Septic Tank Sewage System in Vancouver, 137.
Dust and Disease-Germs in the Air, Bell, 193.
Dust, Infected, Spread of Disease Through the Medium of, Cobb,

302, 503.

Eddy, Mother, on Vaccination, 64.
Eddyites and Osteopaths and Faith Healers Defeated, 435.
Education, Southern, Marks of Concrete Progress in, 362.
Electricity, Influence of on Man, Leduc and Rousseau, 237.
England's Old Persons, 61.
Entertainments, Refined, 183.
Essences, Dangerous, Laborde, 425.
Evolution of White Globules, Joly, 154.
Exercise for Elderly People, 269.
Eye-Diseases, Contagious, For the Prevention of, 54.
Eye, the Psychology of, Contribution to, Vaschide and Vurhas,


Faith Cure Victory, A, 435.
Fish, Crew of Gunboat Poisoned by, 261.
Food Adulterations in Pennsylvania, Hamilton, 58.
Food Plants, New, in Yucatan, Edward H. Thompson, 520.
Foot-and-mouth Disease, 156.
Football, 39.
Football and Insanity, 310.
Fruit, The Cleaning of, 447.

Gas Leakage, 181.
Germ, The Smallpox, W. T. Councilman, 523.
Grog, The Curse of, 215.

Happy Long Island, 522.
Health and Cleanliness, Provision for, 85.
Health Day, 336.
Health Resort Exposition, International, 538.
Health Studies, Cosmopolitan, Oswald, 115.
Health, The Child's, 364.
Homes, Past and Present, 462.
Horse Chestnuts as Food, 158.

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