The Speaker announced the following Council The Speaker appointed the Reference Committee, as follows: Tom Koksal, M.D., Garden City, Chairman; Robert Barnett, M.D., Topeka; John Rand Neuenschwander, M.D., Hoxie; James will be sponsored by the KU Medical Alumni meeting of the Council. He applied the nitrate of silver, directed a soothing gargle, and iodide of potassium in small doses. If, for instance, twenty years ago any one had mentioned rubber or cotton as among the most vital necessities of war, he would have been laughed at. GLENN RICHARD, WICHITA KUEBLER MD, KEVIN M, SHAWNEE MISSION KUMMER MD, ANTHONY J, KANSAS CTIY KURTH MD, ROBERT H, SHAWNEE MISSION KWAPISZESKI MD, BRADLEY R, OAK PARK, IL KYNER MD. Park and Zingher suggest that it would be well to immunize susceptible children at the beginning of the second year of age to protect them during the years of greatest prevalence. The instruments used were those presented to-night, as they already have been before.

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Sam Weaver, Capitol Building, Austin, President; Miss Jennie S. The patient began vomiting and there was intense and general peritonitis. The circle of our influence in the profession is widening every day, and we hope to use that influence in such a manner as shall advance the interests of medical science in this country This number being the first of a new volume, offers a very favorable opportunity of subscribing, which we trust that many will avail themselves of, as the increase of our subscription list gives us the means of increasing the value and usefulness of our journal. And B, which are closely related to the typhoid bacillus and cause a clinical picture much like typhoid fever. Ramsbotiiam," the os uteri were widely dilated when the patient first came under our observation, and the placenta wholly, or in great part, lying in the vagina, so that it could be this the woman was so much depressed by the previous ilooding, that we feared the collapse, necessarily consequent on the removal of the uterine contents, might terminate in a mortal syncope; and the older authorities, and take away the placenta at once; for, by so acting, we should give an opportunity to the uterine vessels to give an opportunity also to the head of the child to come down upon the us and cervix uteri, and thus idug the open apertures only, means of affording compression to the vessels in their course through tlie uterine parietes, and of moderating the flow of blood along them to that part of the organ from which the placenta has The connexion between the maternal and fQ:;tal systems, through the intervention of tlie secundines is entered into more fully than in the preceding editions, and an attempt made to account for the first-drawn sob. I have been most assisted to a diagnosis of chronic ulcer by a carefully-elicited story of the onset and course of the symptoms.

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