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BULLETINS, REPRINTS, ETC., RECEIVED. Dietary Studies in New York City in 1896 and 1897, by W. O. Atwater, Ph.D. Bul. 116, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
A SYNOPSIS OF SANITARY SCIENCES AS REPRESENTED IN THE SANI
TARIAN, ALPHABETICALLY.* .
BY THE EDITOR.
MARINE HYGIENE OF PASSENGER VESSELS.—"Whoever will take the pains to become familiar with the unsanitary conditions of ocean travel for about fifty years previous to and at about the time when the modern sanitary movement took its rise in England, will be at first struck with the graphic descriptions of the proverbial "middle passage”—of human beings stalled, packed and shipped as merchandise...A ship of 1,000 tons measurement, and with only 500 tons steerage, could take steerage passengers for her whole tonnage: 400 instead of 200. This object was wholly a secondary consideration, and provided for extemporaneously, by the temporary filling up of superfluous space unsuited to merchandise; or, after all the merchandise obtainable had been taken on board—at the last moment before departure. Ten deaths for every hundred passengers during the voyage of such vessels was considered healthy; and from twenty to thirty, for every hundred, not uncommon. The Lark arrived at Quebec Aug. 12, 1847, from Sligo, whence she sailed with 440 passengers, of whom 108 died on the passage, and 150, sick at the time of arrival, almost all died soon after. The Virginius sailed with 496; 158 died on the passage, and 186 sick on arrival, nearly all of whom died within a month. Taking all the data accessible,” etc.-A. N. BELL, M. D., V, 145. Marine Hygiene and the Prevention of Epidemic Disease, by
Commerce, A. N. Bell, vii, 481. Marine Hygiene: Protection from Scurvy on Long, and Es
pecially During Arctic Voyages, T. J. Turner, xii, 393. Maritime Sanitation, Bell, xxix, 540. Mark Twain on Babies, viii, 92. Markham, E., The Man With the Hoe, xliii, 381. Marks, Governor A. S., Address (A. P. H. Association), vii, 539. Markets and Abattoirs, Inspection of, vii, 33. Marriage in Ireland, v, 335. Marriage, Influence of on Cholera, xv, 535.
*Continued from previous number.
Marriage Laws, The New, xxxviii, 356.
ciology, xlv, 407. Maryland's Charities, Reformatories and Prisons, vi, 137; State
Medicine, xliv, 439. Maryland Epidemiological Association, i, 236. Mason, F. H., Improved Method of Filtration, xxxviii, 289; Ger
man Studies of Malarial Diseases, xlii, 137; Improvement in
Welsbach Gas Lights, xlvii, 331. Mason, L., The Sanitation of the Interior of Houses Connected
with the Public Sewer, xlv, 293. Mason, W. P., A Recent Poison Case, xxxii, 333, Water Analysis,
135; Danger of Neglect at the Water Sheds from which
Come Supplies of City Water, xxxviii, 385. Masonry, A Test of, Laid in Freezing Weather, xxxviii, 65. Massachusetts, State Board of Health of, v, 464; vi, 500; Vital
Statistics of, xl, 64. Massage and Its Adjuncts, E. C. Angell, xxxvi, 295. Massage in Sprains, xxxvii, 188. Massina Springs, i, 283. Maternal Instinct and the Genesis of Morality, Searle, xlv, 400. Match Factories, The Danger of Work in, xxxvii, 302. Mathematics of Vital Statistics, xii, 361. Mather, E., Tuberculosis-Preventive Measures, xlvii, 49. Matthewson Prize, The, xxvi, 265. Matthews, William, Fallacies About Brain Work, xlvii, 496. Matzoon, xxii, 92. Mauriac, Cancer in Examination for Life Insurance, xx, 24. Mauritius Health Report, vi, 424; Taxation, xliv, 184. Maurin, Frederick, Natural History of Mineral Waters, xxxii,
203. Mausoleum Company, The New, xxii, 58; The Sanitary System
of, xxxix, 158. Maxon, E. R., Preventable Diseases, viii, 454; Prevention of
Diphtheria, ix, 145; Lead Pipe Dangers, x, 426; Wines, xiv,
Maxwell, G., Influence of Climate on Cholera Infantum, xix, 213. Maxwell, G. T., Cuba a Menace to the United States, xxxvi, 97:
Doubtful Effects of Altitude for Consumptives, xxxviii, 313. Maxwell, H., Clothes, xxx, 319. Maxwell, W., The Hawaiian Islands, xliii, 403. May Good Digestion Wait on Appetite? McSherry, iv, 193. May Not Yellow Fever Originate in the United States? Wood
hull, viii, 66. Mays, Thos. J., Criminal Responsibility, ii, 296; Management of
Convalescents from Phthisis, xxxi, 38; Salicylate Treatment
of Hemoptysis, xxxix, 32. Maver, A. A., New System of Burying the Dead, xi, 184. VicClellan Vent Trap, Mercury Seal, xx, 545. McClure, R., Salting Snow for Removal, iv, 108. McConnell, S. D., Sexual Purity, xxxvi, 418. McCormack, J. N., The Fever Epidemic in Louisville, xv, 119;
Preventive Medicine in Kentucky, xlvii, 221. McCurdy, J., Water Closets and Privy Vaults, xviii, 224; Ventila
tion of Sewers, xx, 224. McDevitt, W. D., Dangers in Electric Lighting, xxviii, 180. McDonald, C. D., Infant Mortality, xxvii, 498. McElhenie, T. D., Utilization of Garbage, xvii, 527. McElroy, The Cause and Prevention of Water Fermentation,
xxxix, 141. McGahan, G. F., Disinfection of Apartments That Have Been
Occupied by Consumptives, xliii, 23. McIlvaine, R. R., Proportion of Blind to Population, v, 160; For
eign Hospitals, v, 303. McKay, A. F., Medico-Climatology, xxxvi, 327. McKenzie, T. H., Public Water Supplies, Liability to Incidental
Pollution, xlv, 428. McKenzie, W. L., The Causation of Diphtheria, xxxviii, 33. McNeal, R., Domestic Science as an Aid to Public Health, xliv, 3. McKinley, President, The Assassination of, xlvii, 354. McLean, E. P., Diphtheria in Nova Scotia, xxxi, 452. McLeod, Duncan, Ventilation of Dwellings and Sleeping Rooms,
viii, 308. McSherry, Richard, May Good Digestion Wait on Appetite? iv,
193, The Sanitarian, 337 ; Educational Notes, v, 162; Plea for Sound Manhood and Womanhood, viii, 337, Better than Sewerage, 481, 390; Naval and Marine Hygiene, ix, 371; City Needs Change of Air, x, 385; Preservation of Health, xi, 657, 673, 689; Suicide and Homicide Under Insidious Forms, xi, 257; Sewage and Sewerage, xiii, 226; A Tribute to The Sanitarian, xiv, 178.
Dis xlii, 165.
Purified Water, xxxiil, 4o Cities
Mead, D. W., Pure Water vs. Purified Water, xxxiii, 464. Meade, T. DeC., Dwelling Accommodations in Large Cities—
Housing of the Working Classes, xlii, 3. Meal Worms, xv, 364. Means of Detecting Alcohol in any Mixture, iii, 332. Measles, Bacteriological Researches in, Barbier, xxxviii, 449;
Deaths from, xxiv, 184; Malignant, xxv, 570. Measles, Whooping Cough, and Diphtheria, Fowler, xiii, 485;
xvii, 284, 369, 475; xviii, 93, 179; xxi, 288; xxxii, 74. Measure of Sensibility to Pain, xlvi, 541. Meat, xvi, 456; and Cancer, xliii, 238; Well Preserved, xviii, 333;
Meat Food, Supply of the Nation, Azel Ames, xix, 430; Infection cf, Vacher, xxvii, 536; Frozen, Detection of, xxx, 27; New Method of Preserving, Hughes, xlii, 42; Inspection,
Municipal, xiv, 217; Danger in This, xlvi, 60. Meat Imports, Germany's, xliv, 61. Meat Juice, Valentine, xxv, 191 ; xlii, 154. Meat Poisoning, Chesney, xx, 412. Meat, Putrid, Ctilization of, xliv, 25. Meat Question, The, xxix, 176. Meats, Retention of the Juices of in Cooking, Williams, xi, 426. Mecca, The Holy City of, Warner, xxix, 564. Medals, Jetons and Tokens, Illustrative of Sanitation, H. R.
Storer, xxii, 134, 235, 328, 521 ; xxvii, 48, 142, 244; XXX, 43,
134, 237 ; x1, 323, 439; xli, 44, 145, 244, 336, 436, 525.
Italian, xli, 556.