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(b) Military Services. To be opened by Mr. Professor Adami and Dr. McCallum, and Arnold Lawson (London).
followed by Dr. Gustav Mann (Oxford), Pro
fessor E. Waoe Carlier (Birmingbam), ProPEDIATRIOS.
fessor A. S. F. Grunbaum (Leeds), and Dr. President: George Alexander Sutherland, H. E. Roaf (Liverpool). Wednesday.- EtiM.D., London. Honorary Secretaries: Ed- ology and Life-history of Malignant New ward Stanley Ryerson, M.D., C.M., 261 Col Growths. To be opened by Professor H. R. lege street, Toronto; Josepb S. A. Graham, Gaylord (Buffalo); Professor Clowes (Buffa. M.B., 102 College street, Toronto; Ralph lo) and Drs. Buxton and Beebie (New York), Vincent, M.D., 1 Harley street, London, W. Professor G. Sims Woodhead (Cambridge),
The seotion will meet on Tuesday, Wednes Professor A S. F. Grunbaum (Leeds), Dr. day, Thursday and Friday (August 21st, 22d, Robert Muir (Glasgow) and others are ex23d and 24th), at 9:30 a. m., adjourning at pected to take part in the discussion. Thurs. 12:30 p.m, eaob day. The following prelim- day.-The Forms of Arteriosclerosis, their inary arrangements have been made: A dis Classification and Experimental Production. cussion on Congenital Pylorio Stenosis. The To be opened by Professor W. H. Welch medioal aspects of the subject will be intro. (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore), Dr.
Klotz (Montreal), and Dr. J. J. MacKenzie (Toronto); and followed by Professor L. Aschoff (Freiburg), Professor Leith (Bir
• SIR. WM. BRO ADBENT, London. PROF. CLIFFORD ALLBUTT, Cambridge.
mingham), Professor Clifford Allbutt (Camduced by Dr. Edmund Cautley (London), and bridge), Professor W. Osler (Oxford), Pro. the surgical aspeots will be introduced by fessor Adami (Montreal), Dr. Pearce (Al. Mr. Harold J. Stiles (Edinburgh). A dis- bany), and Dr. Robert Muir (Glasgow). Fri. cussion on Pneumocoocal Infection. The day.-Papers upon Pathogenio Protozoa; by medical aspects of the subject will be intro- Dr. F. W. Mott (London), Acute and Chronic duced by Dr. Henry Ashby (Manchester). Changes in the Nervous System produced by
A Clinical Demonstration of interesting Trypanosoma Infections; Professor F. E. cases in one of the Toronto hospitals will be Novy (Ann Arbor), On the Nature of Spiro. arranged.
chaetes and the Prevention and Cure of Re.
lapsing Fever, with lantern demonstrations; PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY.
and Dr. J. Ballah (Montreal), On the Life President: Professor J. G. Adami, M.D., History and Cultivations of Certain Patho. F.R.S., Montreal. Honorary Secretaries: genic Protozoa. Gideon Silverthorn, M.B., M.D., C.M., 266 College street, Toronto; Harold C. Parsons, B.A., M.D., C.M., 72 Bloor street W., To. President: Professor Wm. Dobinson Hal. ronto; Frank George Bushnell, M.D., Sussex libuton, M.D., F.S.R., London. Honorary County Hospital, Brighton.
Secretaries: Herbert E. Roaf, M.D., The The following preliminary arrangements Bio Chemical Department, The University, have been made: Tuesday.-On Nuclear Liverpool; Gustav Mann, M.D., 25 Beech. Pathology and Physiology, to be opened by croft Road, Oxford.
Hid Dr. Jo ver, with ventions Nature
on, M. Herbert hent, The Uni Bec)?
A large number of prominent American Surgical Treatment of Ascites Secondary to physiologists have accepted invitations to at. Chronic Hepatitis. Prostatectomy. Duo. tend, and British physiologists will thus have denal Ulcer. Peritonitis. the opportunity of making the personal ac. quaintance of their Ameroian colleagues.
THERAPEUTICS. Several French physiologists have also signi. President: Donald MacAlister, M.D., Camfied their intention to be present, and it is
bridge. Honorary Secretaries: Velyien E. toped that other foreigners may also accept Henderson, M.A., M.B., University of Tothe invitations sent to them. A joint dis
ronto; Charles Potter Lusk, M.D., C.M., 99 cussion on the Role of the Nucleus in Nutri. Bloor street W., Toronto; E. R. Morton, M. tion with the Section of Pathology has been D., 22 Queen Anne street, London, W. arranged, and anotber joint discussion with The following subjects have been selected the Section of Medicine will also take place, for discussion : Tuesday, August 21st.–The the subject being Over-nutrition and Under. Kidney, its Pharmacology and Therane, nutrition, with speoial relation to Proteid Wednesday, August 22d.-Serumtberapy. Metabolism in Heatlh and Disease. This Thursday, August 23d.-Joint Sessions with will be opened by Professor Chittenden.. the Section of Medicine on the subject of
Heart- blook. Friday, August 24th. --The PSYCHOLOGY.
Place of Materia Medica and Therapeutics in President: Wm. Julius Mickle, M. D., the Medical Curriculum. The Secretaries London. Honorary Secretaries : Alfred will be glad to receive specimens, drawings, Thomas Hobbs, M.D., Guelph, Ontario; tracings, or preparations for exhibition dur. Goldwin Howland, B. A., M.B., 540 Spadina ing the session. Avenue, Toronto; John Turner, M.B., Essex County Asylum, Brentwood.
HONORARY LOCAL SECRETARIES. The following subjects have been selected Frederic Newton Gisborne Starr, M.B., for special discussion in the Section of Psy- Medical Building. Toronto. Professor John ohology: General Paralysis. Epilepsy. De Josepb Mackenzie. B.A., M.B.. Medical mentia Praecox. Psychology and Medicine.
Building, Toronto. David James Gibb
Wishart, B.A., M.D., L.R.C.P., Medical
TORONTO ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE. Honorary Secretaries: Joseph D. Page, M. Dr. Geo. A. Bingham, 68 Isabelle street, D., Quebec; F. G. E. Pearson, M.D., Brant. Toronto. Dr. C. J. C. O. Hastings, 258 ford, Ontario; Edward Sergent, L.R.O.P., Wellesley street, Toronto. Dr. A. A. Mao. County Offices, Preston; Arthur A. Mussen, donald, 341 Bloor street West, Toronto. ProM.D., Municipal Offices, Liverpool.
fessor J. J. Mackenzie, Medical Laboratories The following special subjects have been Toronto. Dr. Alex. McPhedran, 151 Bloor suggested for discussion: Protection and street West, Toronto. Dr. R. A. Reeve, Control of Milk Supply. Prevention of Tu. President-elect, 48 Bloor street E., Toronto. beroulosis. Training and Supervision of Dr. F. N. G. Starr, 112 College street, ToMidwives. Notification of Phthisis. Pro. ronto. Dr. J. Algernon Temple, 333 Bloor vision and Administration of Isolation Hospi- street W., Toronto. Dr. D. J. Gibb Wishtals. Isolation Hospitals and “Return” art, 47 Grosvenor street, Toronto. Cases. Medical Inspection of Children attend. ing Elementary Schools. Quarantine and
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CHINESE FOODS AND THE PURE FOOD CHICAGO'S HEALTH AND THE DRAINAGE
LAW.-It appears that the recently enacted CANAL. —Tbe health department of the City
pure food law is going to disturb a lot of peo. of Chicago estimates that the establishment
ple who have developed a taste for foreign of the superior drainage system by means of
"delicacies," such as come to us from Spain, the celebrated drainage channel flowing into
Germany and China. The Chinese will feel the Misisssippi river current, and which has
this especially. They import all sorts of been in operation for the past six years, bas
strange things that have never been seen by saved in the time mentioned upward of 5,000
000 a government inspector. It is not known lives in the municipality. The statement is
whether it is intended to stop the importabased upon the mortality from impure water
tion of birds' nest soup and sharks' fins, or diseases for a period of four years preceding
whether the ingredients for chop suey will the opening of the drainage canal and for the
all hereafter have to come from Chicago. It six years since that event.
is known that the Chinese do a large trade in
the imported duck eggs, some of them fifty YELLOW FEVER IN CENTRAL AMERICA.— years old-the older the better for real epi. News reports received at New Orleans state oures. The real thing in duck eggs comes that yellow fever is spreading in Central put up in a curious pitoh and felt sort of America. A letter from Livingston, Gau. packing. They are consumed solely in Chin. temala, says that the fever is raging in that ese restaurants. But the food inspectors at section in a rirulent form, and is spreading the ports of entry claim that there is aninto the interior along the Gautemalan North other brand of preserved eggs from China, ero railroad. The spread of the fever bas largely doctored with borio acid and sold caused a number of American banana to bakers and confectioners. The trade in planters to suffer financial losses on account these has been stopped already, and it is of a lack of labor, many of their employes not known whether the more ancient brand being stricken. New Orleans is maintaining will be interdicted too. The barmless Lia most rigid quarantine against all tropical Che nut will not come under the ban, as countries, and there is no danger of the infec. that is a simon-pure article and does not tion reaching the United States through the need any doctoring, and can not be made mouth of the Mississippi river. Fruit ships any worse than it naturally is.
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