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Page 108 - COPYRIGHT. — Material appearing in The Journal is covered by copyright, but, as a general rule, no objection will be made to the reproduction in reputable medical journals of anything in these pages, provided that permission is obtained from The Journal and that proper credit is given.
Page 219 - A woman has no particular lord. She must look to her husband as her lord, and must serve him with all \vorship and reverence, not despising or thinking lightly of him. The great life-long duty of a woman is obedience.
Page 219 - Convention Limiting the Hours of Work in Industrial Undertakings to Eight in the Day and Forty-eight in the Week.
Page 207 - Alone of human beings the good and wise mother stands on a plane of equal honor with the bravest soldier; for she has gladly gone down to the brink of the chasm of darkness to bring back the children in whose hands rests the future of the years.
Page 292 - It seemed a most distressing affair indeed. The attending physician put the patient in an ice pack at once. She grew rapidly worse. I was called for consultation, but the patient died before I could reach her — and right here I wish to ask. does the profession generally, believe in the use of ice packs in pneumonia?
Page 219 - A woman should look on her husband as if he were Heaven itself, and never weary of thinking how she may yield to her husband, and thus escape celestial castigation.
Page 90 - That the most carefully organized packet system such as exists now in the army (a system which would be unattainable in the civil community) has not produced such a general reduction in the incidence of venereal disease as to counteract the disadvantages mentioned.