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Page 137 - The knowledge which a man can use is the only real knowledge, the only knowledge which has life and growth in it, and converts itself into practical power. The rest hangs like dust about the brain, or dries like raindrops off the stones.
Page 362 - We demand that all over the world a duly authenticated passport issued by the Government of the United States to an American citizen shall be proof of the fact that he Is an American citizen and shall entitle him to the treatment due him as such. ELECTION OF SENATORS BT THE PEOPLE. We favor the election of United States Senators by the direct vote of the people.
Page 142 - Service for the improvement of the vital statistics of this country. Among the objects sought are the extension of adequate methods of registration, the use of uniform and comparable tables and rates in bulletins and reports, and the improvement of the international classification of causes of death.
Page 312 - TEXT-BOOK OF LEGAL MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGY. Edited by FREDERICK PETERSON, MD, Chief of Clinic, Nervous Department, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York ; and WALTER S. HAINES, MD, Professor of Chemistry, Pharmacy, and Toxicology, Rush Medical College, Chicago.
Page 312 - ... including much collateral information of an encyclopedic character, together with new and elaborate tables of Arteries, Muscles, Nerves, Veins, etc. ; of Bacilli, Bacteria, Micrococci, Streptococci ; Eponymic Tables of Diseases, Operations, Signs and Symptoms, Stains, Tests, Methods of Treatment, etc., etc. By WA NEWMAN DORLAND, AM, MD, Editor of the "American Pocket Medical Dictionary.
Page 71 - ... penetration produced ; this compression has another important advantage in that the bactericidal effect is greater because it has been shown that the corpuscles absorb a considerable portion of the rays and thus prevent deep penetration. The affected area is placed about ten inches from the distal end of the converging apparatus and the treatments, or seances as they are called, take about one hour daily in lupus and rodent ulcer, and in other skin diseases from ten to twenty minutes, depending...
Page 360 - We favor such Congressional action as shall determine whether by special discriminations the elective franchise in any State has been unconstitutionally limited, and, if such is the case, we demand that representation in Congress and in the electoral colleges shall be proportionally reduced as directed by the Constitution of the United States.
Page 359 - Lincoln the Republican party has held complete control of the government. For eighteen more of the fortyfour years it has held partial control through the possession of one or two branches of the government, while the Democratic party during the same period has had complete control for only two years. This long tenure of power by the Republican party is not due to chance. It is a demonstration that the Republican party has commanded the confidence of the American people for nearly two generations...
Page 361 - We favor the nomination and election of a President imbued with the principles of the Constitution, who will set his face sternly against executive usurpation of legislative and judicial functions, whether that usurpation be veiled under the guise of executive construction of existing laws, or whether it take refuge in the tyrant's plea of necessity or superior wisdom.