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492 A Study of Health Reports. Geo. Clary, M. D. ................. 494 The Disinfection of Dwellings.....
496 Barber Shop and Shaving Soap in the Netherlands. Consular Report .......
497 Soap and Substitutes for Soap in Syria. G. B. Ravndal, C. S.
Consul ........... ....................................... 500 Pearline-Analysis of. E. S. Wavne.......
...... The Sanitary Condition of Street Cars in New York. George A. Soper, Ph.D......
502 Legal Quacks and Medical Quacks....
511 First Business Lesson.................................... 512 The Malnutrition of Tuberculosis. Floyd M. Crandall, M. D... 513
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