sition to establish an abattoir and stock-yards at West Philadelphia, 1874. With practical knowledge of the then most extensive abattoir and stock-yard establishment in the country, at Chicago; careful inspection of the proposed location at West Philadelphia and its relation to the water supply, by drainage into the Schuylkill River, and familiarity with the dangers common to such conditions, basal conditions are comprehended applicable to the establishment of abattoirs and stock-yards generally, ii, 472, 557.

ARATTOIRS AND THE SLAUGHTERING BUSINESS IN NEW YORK. E. H. Janes.—Lucidly states the conditions, difficulties and conflict with sanitary requirements then existing, in 1887, and the perpetual needs of sanitary surveillance of all such establishments, v, 315. Abbott, A., Physiology of the Rogue, xx, 289. Abbott, A. C., Corrosive Sublimate as a Disinfectant, xxvii, 15. Abbott, A. C., Considerations Concerning Asiatic Cholera, xxxi,

39, 97. Abbott, S. W., What Constitutes a Filth Disease, xxvi, 193; Na

tional Registration a Necessity, xxxii, 241; Recent Progress
in Public Hygiene, 486; Smallpox: a Review of Its Preva-
lence, xxxiii, 220; Cultivation of Vaccine Lymph, 414;
Progress in Public Hygiene, XXXV, 45; Consumption an In-
door Disease, xli, 311; Saving the Children, xlii, 39; Public
Hygiene and State Medicine in the United States, xliv, 336;

The Relations of Agriculture to Public Health, xlv, 435.
Abdominal Organs, Wounds of, xxxiv, 361.
Abdomen, Penetrating Wounds of, xlii, 530.
Abernethy and General Dix, xi, 631.
About Ice, xlvi, 539.
Abscess, The Value of an, xv, 310.
Abscess of the Liver, xxxv, 340; xxxvi, 25; xliii, 447.
Abnormal Pleasures and Pains, Ribot, xxxvi, 187.
Absent-Mindedness, xxxix, 52.
Absorption of Odors by Milk, xxiv, 77.
Absurdities, xl, 403.
Abstainers, Total, Special Insurance for, xlvii, 65.
Academy of Medicine, The New York, x, 175.
Accidents, xi, 475.
Accident Association, Mutual, xxi, 258.
Accidents, Coal Mine, xxv, 125.
Accidents, Locomotive, in Paris, for a Month, xlvii, 374.
Accidents, Railway, xxxi, 454 ; xxxiii, 163.

Acidity of Urine, Determination of, xli, 154.
Acne, Hypertrophic, of the Nose, xxxi, 269.
Acorn Bread, xiii, 257.
Actinomycosis, Crookshank, xxvii, 543.
Actinomycosis of the Umbilicus, xli, 548.

"No action, whether foul or fair,
Is ever done, but it leaves somewhere
A record, written by fingers ghostly
In the greater weakness or greater strength
Of the acts which follow it."-Anon., xl, 567.

ACTION, THE, OF MUDDY WATER ON SEWAGE, W. H. Brewer.A brief but suggestive paper on more or less universal conditions common to water supplies—the relation of mud to other suspended matters, to saline and acid substances, dissolved in water, and its actual utility in depriving water of bad odors, other and greater impurities, compared with which mud is wholesome, ix, 118. Adami, George, Bacillus Pyocyaneus, xxxiv, 212. Adams, C. F., The Quack, iii, 116. Adams, J. F. A., The Prevention of Disease in Massachusetts,

xxiv, 335. Adams, J. Q., Sanitary Regulations, v, 460. Adams, J. W., The Croton Valley Watershed and Its Sponsors,

Xxx, 385. Adams, J. W., Sewerage, xiii, 97; The Future of New York's

Water Supply, xxii, 26. Adams, S. H., Bacterial Treatment of Sewage in England, xlv,

313 Addison's Disease, Eitlanger, xxxviii, 54. Addie, P., Removal of Unsanitary Areas and the Management of

Improvement Schemes, xlii, 19. ADIRONDACK WILDERNESS: The Great Forest Park of the State of New York, in a Sanitary Point of View. By Verplanck Colvin, C. E., I, p. 241.—The gist of a topographical survey and meteorological study, illustrated with a map showing the situation of the chief lakes, streams and mountains; gives meteorological data and comparison with approximately similar regions elsewhere, showing its superior advantages. Adirondack's Sanitarium, The New, Description of the Site and

Buildings, xli, 12.

Adirondack Sanitarium, The New, xli, 12.
Administration of the Medical Law of New York, xxxiii, 493.
Admonition, xxxvii, 444.
Adulterations, American Food, xviii, 332.
Adulteration of Beer Grains, Robeson, xl, 116.
Adulteration of Flour, xiii, 438.
Adulteration, The, of Food, Wiley, xxxii, 385.
Adulteration of Food and Drugs, x, 237; xi, 168, 188, 345; xiii,

431 ; xlii, 481 ; xlvi, 265. Adulteration of Food and Drugs, National Bills for the Preven

tion of, xviii, 51 ; xxviii, 446. Adulteration of Houses, ii, 314. Adulteration of Soaps, viii, 426. Adulteration of Wines, xii, 373; xxix, 20. Aërotherapy in the Treatment of Disease, xxxviii, 137. Aërotherapeutics and Hydrotherapeutics in Tuberculosis, Knoff,

xxxix, 24. Africa, The West Coast, The Fever of, White, xxvi, 300. Africa, South, Steerage, xlv, 96. African Baby, An, The Hard Life of, xxxvii, 383. "Afternoon Service,” xliv, 92. Advertising Quackery, vii, 121. Advice to Mothers, ii, 274. Advice to Mothers on the Care of Infants, ix, 367. Against the Use of Curs for the Promotion of Surgery, xxxiv, 521. Age, Old, as a Permanent Disability, xxv, 321. Age, Old, xxxix, 379. Aged One Hundred and Nine, Chesley Neal, xxii, 358. Ages, Relative, of Husband and Wife, Karosi, xxvii, 541. Agi-agi, xvii, 44. Agnew, C. R., Importance of Sanitary Science, i, 3; Defective

Drainage, 562; School Diseases, ii, 241 ; Children's Eyes, iii,

313; Effects of School Life Upon the Eyes, 200. Agnew, D. H., Salting the Streets for the Removal of Snow, iv,

105. Agricultural Production Obtainable from Town Sewage, Edwin

Chadwick, vi, 224.
Agricultural Uses of Bacteria, Sternberg, xxxvi, 477.
Aid to Common Schools, Henry W. Blair, x, 449.
Air, A. Powers, iv, 441.
Air, The, of the Sea, xvii, 155.
Air, Artificial, xlv, 424.

Air, Pure, and Sunlight, xl, 91.
Air for Babies, Jerome Walker, ii, 154.
Air, The City Needs a Change of, Richard McSherry, x, 385.
Air, Dry, Inefficiency of as a Disinfectant, xv, 80; Impure, Pre-

disposing to Consumption, Chancellor, xvi, 125; Pressure,

Abnormal, Intrathoracic, and Treatment, Denison, xxv, 406. Air and Light, W. M. Carlton, i, 167; Leopold Brandeis, iii, 228. Ailanthus Trees, iv, 332. Alabama Opposes National Quarantine, xli, 554. Air, The, Binoxide of Sodium, for Purifying, Disgrez, xlv, 449. Air, To Revitalize, xlv, 257. Air, Change of, The Science of the, Robinson, xxxvii, 385. Air, Indicator, Foul, xxxii, 148. Air Polluted by Sewage Emanations, Nottier, xxxv, 63. Aiken, and Aiken's Advantages, xxvi, 78.

A LA CESSPOOLS.—“You must admit, Jim Webster, that you stole those pullets," said the Galveston judge to the culprit. "Jedge,” responded Jim, “I don't really believe I stole dem chickens. In de fust place, Jedge, nobody saw me take 'em. In de next place, dey could not be found on my premises, because I had done hid dem chickens under de floor. I can't help believin', Jedge, dat I is innocent as a lam.” ix, 467. Albany, Health Interests, Balch, xxx, 481. Albany, Some Public Conditions of Sanitary Interest in, Curtis,

XXX, 487 Albany. Typhoid Fever in the Normal School, xxxv, 170. Albany's Water Supply and Her Neighbors, Featherstonhaugh,

xliii, 318. Alcohol, The Demon, Daniel, xl, 36. Alcohol, xiii, 84, 85; Van Bebber, Use of, xvii, 34, 43. Alcohol and Alcoholism, Roubinowich, xxxv, 400. Alcohol and Other Anæsthetics, Davis, xxxv, 389. Alcohol, Does It Ever Act as a Food ? Davis, xxxv, 389. Alcohol, Uses and Abuses of, Duckworth, xxvii, 533. Alcohol, Fifty Aphorisms on, xxxvii, 149. Alcohol, Influence of on Longevity, Greely, xxxv, 403. Alcohol, Physiological and Pathological Effects of, xxxv, 336. Alcohol and Cyclism, Jacquet, xliii, 236. Alcohol as a Food, Conn, xliii, 143. Alcohol, Nutritive Qualities of, Atwater, xliii, 73. Alcohol, An Appeal to Truth About, xliv, 240. Alcohol, Action of as a Cause of Idiocy, Bonneville, xlvi, 534.

Alcohol, Detriments of, Bienfait, xlvi, 428.
Alcohol, Gastric Changes by, xlvi, 428.
Alcohol, The Real Effects of, Schmiedeberg, xlvii, 509.
Alcoholic Treatment of Diphtheria, Chapman, vi, 233.
Alcoholic Strength of Various Bitters, xi, 322.
Alcoholic Drinks, Abuse of from a Sanitary Standpoint, xxxv,

Alcoholism and Criminality, xxi, 466; xxiii, 40.
Alcoholism and Heredity, D'Armand, xxvii, 202.
Alcoholism, Origin of, xxix, 537.
Alcoholism and “Gold Cures," Tanner, xxxiv, 326.
Alcoholism in Children, xlii, 531.
Alcoholism, Effectual Treatment for, xxxvi, 18.
Alcoholism, A Symposium of, xxxv, 385.
Alcoholism in Sweden, xxxvi, 557.
Alcoholism in Great Britain, xliv, 257; Mosel, xliv, 99.
Alcoholism, Singular Fatality of, xliv, 71.
Alienists, Conference of, xi, 478.
Alimentary Substances, An International Exhibition of, xxii, 152.
Alma, The, xliii, 59.
Allen, T. R., Sanitary Responsibilities, ix, 259.
Allen, Nathan, xiii, 70; Law of Longevity, i, 481; Position of

Woman, 271; College Sports, iii, 241 ; Vital Statistics, V, 241; Prevention of Disease, Crime and Pauperism, vi, 297; Education of Girls, vii, 385; Laws of Inheritance, viii, 385—xi, 353 ; Prevention of Insanity, ix, 102; Diffusion of Sanitary

Knowledge, x, 405; Physiology, xiv, 24; xv, 351. “Alliance,” The, a Sickly Ship, Wise, xxx, 318. Alligatorine, xxxi, 430. Altitude, Doubtful Effects of for Consumptives, Maxwell, xxxviii,

316. Altitude of Jerusalem, xxxiv, 378. Altitudes, High, Influence of, Peculiar to, Upon Sanitary Condi

tions, Solly, xxxv, 504.
Altitudes, High, High Tension and, xl, 31.
Altitude and Heart Disease, Babcock, xliii, 27.
Altitude, The Blood Changes Induced by, Solly, xliii, 26.
Altitudes, High, The Hygiene of, xlv, 247.
Alimentation and Oxygenation, Reed, xxxii, 45.
Alaskan Natives, Muir, xxxix, 281.
Albumen in the Urine of Healthy Persons, xviii, 469.
Albuminuria, Prognosis of, xxxvii, 333.

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