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Necessity for a National Bureau of Medicines and Foods. By H. Bert
Ellis.....

.... 486
News Notes.......

162
Observations in Passing......... 116, 159, 223, 314, 359, 434, 477, 591, 629,

668, 705, 798, 831, 865, 906
Ophthalmology, The Training for a Specialty, the Theory and Condition
as Illustrated by. By Edward Jackson....

453
Physicians, The Relation of, to Dentists. By John S. Marshall............ 812
Personal Equation in Examinations for Licensure. By Charles McIntire... 262
Personal Hygiene, The Teaching of. By W. L. Pyle..........

363
Pharmacy, Ethical. By A. L. Benedict..

.... 848
Pharmacy, The Relation of Physicians to Dentistry and-a Symposium. 803
Physician as an Accountant. By C. M. Culver..........

207
Physician, How the, May Influence the Declining Birth-rate. By Roland
G. Curtin.........

.... 481
Physician, The Family, of the Past, Present and future. By S. A. Knopf.. 193
Physician, The Relation of the, to Politics. By Donly C. Hawley........ 234
Physicians, The Relation of, to Dentistry and Pharmacy—a Symposium 803
Physiology and Hygiene, Laws in the U. S. A. D. 1903, Relating to

Compulsory Instruction in Schools in, with Special Reference to

the Effects of Alcoholic Drinks and Narcotics on the Human System 635
Physiology, Are Modern School Methods in Keeping with Physiologic
Knowledge--a Symposium

871
Physiology vs. Hygiene in Our Public Schools. By Geo. G. Groff. 370
Physiologic Breathing, The Teaching of. By G. Hudson-Makuen 378
Political Side of Medicine. By John B. Roberts........

242
Politics, The Relation of the Physician to. By Donly C. Hawley......... 234
President's Address 1902. The Religion of Science. By Victor C.

Vaughan, 57 ; 1903, “Muck Rake" Methods in Medical Practice.
By Charles McIntire, 321; 1904, The Doctor's Duty to the State.
By J. B. Roberts.........

.... 675
Puberty, The Gynecologic Aspect of Mental Overstrain at, and Its Influ.

ence on Development. By William Edgar Darnall......... .... 887
Public Schools, The Teaching of Hygiene in—a Symposium...... 363
Public Schools, Physiology vs. Hygiene in Our. By G. G. Groff...........
Pure vs. Applied Science in Medicine. By W. S. Hall.........
Putnam, Helen C., Providence. The Desirable Organization for a De-
partment of Hygiene in the Public Schools..........

378
Pyle, Walter L. Philadelphia. The Teaching of Personal Hygiene....... 363
Reciprocity in Medical Licensure, Report of the Committee on. By Ed.
ward Jackson.......

155
Reciprocity the Medical Licensure........

729
Relations of Medicine and Dentists, The. By Edward C. Kirk 803
Relations of Physicians to Dentists, The. By John S. Marshall............ 812
Relations of Physicians to Dentists and Pharmacists—a Symposium ..... 803

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Religion of Science. By Victor C. Vaughan.......

57 Report of the Committee on Reciprocity in Medical Licensure. By Edward Jackson.......

155 Required and Elective Dermatology. By L. Duncan Bulkley.......... 449 Required and Elective Studies in the Medical Course. Symposium...... 435 Remington, Joseph P., Philadelphia. Synonyms in the United States Pharmacopeia........

821 Report of Council on Dr. Ellis's Paper.....

826 Results of the Examinations for Medical Licensure in the United States for 1903. By Charles McIntire..........

709 Risley, S. D., Philadelphia. Good Vision an Important factor in the Educational Process........

......... 181 Roberts, John B., Philadelphia. The Doctor's Duty to the State, 675; the Political Side of Medicine...

242 Rogers, F. T., Providence, R. I. The Correspondence Method of Treating Diseases

835 Sanitary Science, the Michigan Method of Teaching in the Public Schools of the State. By V. C. Vaughan.........

387 Saratoga, Transactions of Meeting at, 1902 School, How May the Public, Be Helpful in the Prevention of Tuberculosis? By S. A. Knopf............

913 Schools, Considerations Regarding Medical Inspection in the Public. By Edward Jackson.......

923 Schools, Laws in the U. S., A. D. 1903, Relating to Compulsory Instruc

tion in, in Physiology and Hygiene with Special Reference to the

Effect of Alcoholic Drinks and Narcotics on the Human System...... 635 School Methods, Are Modern, in Keeping with Physiologic Knowledge? -Symposium......

871 School Methods, The Effect of Modern, on the Health of the Teacher. By Jane L. Greeley.........

897 Schools, The Desirable Organization for a Department of Hygiene in the Public. By Helen C. Putnam.

....... 378 Schools, the Michigan Method of Teaching Sanitary Science or Hygiene in the Public, of the State. By V. C. Vaughan.........

387 Schools, The Training of Teachers of Hygiene for Public. By Thomas D. Wood...........

391 Science, Pure vs. Applied, in Medicine. By W. S. Hall... Science, The Religion of. By Victor C. Vaughan........

57 Science vs. Shekels. By Charles McIntire.........

853 Secretary's Table........

55 Sexes, Is Equal Treatment of the, Best, or Do Girls Require the Same Treatment as Boys ? By Stephen H. Weeks......

880 Smith, A. Lapthorn, Montreal, Canada. Is the Present Method of

Educating Girls Consistent with Their Physiologic Development?
And Is It for the Welfare of the Race ?.....

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Social Reform, The Medical Profession and. By Edward T. Devine..... 76 Specialty, the Training for a. The Theory and the Conditions as Illustrated by Ophthalmology. By Edward Jackson........

453 State Aid to Medical Colleges. By Charles McIntire......

218 State, Compensations for Medical Services Rendered the. By T. D. Davis 238 State, the Doctor's Duty to the. By J. B. Roberts ....

...... 675 Synonyms in the United States Pharmacopeia. By Joseph P. Remington 821 Teacher, the Effect of Modern School Methods on the Health of the Teacher. By Jane L. Greeley.........

897 Teachers of Hygiene, The Training of, for Public Schools. By Thomas D. Wood .......

391 Teaching of Hygiene in Public Schools—a Symposium.....

363 Teaching of Physiologic Breathing, The. By G. Hudson Makuen......... 375 Teaching Sanitary Science or Hygiene. The Michigan Method of, in the Public Schools of the State. By V. C. Vaughan.......

387 Ten Years' Work of a Board of Medical Examiners. By J. G. Guernsey 793 The Teaching of Personal Hygiene. By W. L. Pyle.........

.... 363 The Desirable Organization for a Department of Hygiene in the Public Schools. By Helen C. Putnam.......

378 The Relation of the Physician to Politics. By Donly C. Hawley........... 234 Time Allowance in the Combined Collegiate and Medical Course. By

A. L. Benedict.........
Time Allowance in the Combined Collegiate and Medical Course,
Second Report. By A. L. Benedict ......

343 Training for a Specialty, The Theory and the Condition as Illustrated by Ophthalmology, The. By Edward Jackson.......

453 Training of Teachers of Hygiene for Public Schools, The. By Thomas D. Wood .......

391 Treating Disease, The Correspondence Method of. By F. T. Rogers..... 835 Tuberculosis, How May the Public School Be Helpful in the Prevention of? By S. A. Knopf.............

913 United States Pharmacopoeia, Synonyms in. By Joseph P. Remington 821 Vaughan, V. C., Ann Arbor, Mich. The Michigan Method of Teaching

Sanitary Science or Hygiene in the Public Schools of the State, 387; The Religion of Science.......

57 Vision, Good, An Important Factor in the Educational Process. By S. D. Risley .....

181 Washington, D. C. Transactions of Meeting at 1903......

347 Weeks, Stephen H., Portland, Me. Is Equal Treatment of the Sexes

Best, or Do Girls Require the Same Treatment as Boys ?.............. 880 Wood, Thomas D., New York. The Training of Teachers of Hygiene for Public Schools..........

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1.-How May the Public School Be Helpful in the Prevention of

Tuberculosis? By S. A. Knopf, M.D., New York City.

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II.-Considerations Regarding Medical Inspection in the Public

Schools. By Edward Jackson, M.D., Denver, Colo.

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