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Tuberculosis, Nocard, 405.
Tuberculosis Immigrants, 256.
Tuberculosis, Latent, Kranz, 411.
Tuberculosis, Malnutrition of, Crandall, 513.
Tuberculosis, Milk Drinking and, Biedert, 127.
Tuberculosis of Alimentary Origin, Arlong, 124.
Tuberculosis, Renal, Alburan, 124.

Tuberculosis, Some Newer Aspects of Heredity in, and the Sana-
torium Treatment, Baldwin, 323.
Tuberculosis, The Legal Struggle with, Bell, 298.
Tuberculosis, Yellow Fever and Leprosy, For Prevention of, 437.
Tunnel Accident, The N. Y. C. Railroad, 141.
Typhoid Fever in Philadelphia, The Cost of, 349.

Vaccination, Antitoxin and Tetanus, 32, 48. Vaccination Bill, A New, 332. Vaccination Creed, A, 152. Vaccination, Efficacy of, 335. Vaccination, Efficacy of, Welch, 37. Vaccination—Important Resolutions, 67.

Vaccination, Report of the Committee of the N. Y. Co. Medical

Society, 59.
Vaccine Lymph, 239.
Vaccine Virus and Antitoxin, 417.
Ventilation, New Plan for, Woodbridge, 112.
Village Improvement, The First Step in, 459.
Virchow as a Politician, 38.

Washington, The New, 266.

Water, Brooklyn, Again Not Fit to Drink, 325.

Water, Influence of, Upon Health and Longevity, Wood, 3.

Water Supply, Public, New Jersey's, Baldwin, 315.

Welch, W. M., Efficacy of Vaccination, 37.

What Know We, Montgomery, 461.

Wood, A. L., Influence of Water Upon Health and Longevity, 3;

The Physician and the Public Schools, 206.
Woodbridge, S. H., New Plan for Ventilation, 112.
Woman and Marriage, 119. •

Yellow Fever, Leprosy and Tuberculosis, For Prevention of, 437.
Yellow Fever, Reminiscences of, in Savannah, and the Results of

Practical Sanitation, Le Hardy, 202.
Yellow Journals and the Young, jy.

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