W. G. Smith
B. Pope Bartlett, John Scanes
A. R. Crook
Charles Caspari, Evander Francis Kelly
The paper shows how a voltmeter which will read directly the maximum or crest values obtained in high-voltage testing may be constituted by a combination of an electrostatic voltmeter and an electric valve. Diagrams of connection are shown and results...
J. M. Douie, Radhakamal Mukerjee
John Howard Moore
Shaftesbury and the Ethical Poets in England, 1700-1760
J. F. Siler, P. E. Garrison, W. J. MacNeal
Madeleine Hope Dodds
Moyer S. Fleisher, Leo Loeb
Roy L. Moodie
Mathilde L. Koch, Carl Voegtlin
The Orthoptera are the most primitive insects according to Palaeontological evidence. During the early Carboniferous period the insect fauna was composed entirely of the ancestors of this group, and during the latter part of the period the members of...
The Paper describes various parallax effects observable when objects illuminated by light of different colours are seen through a pinhole of smaller diameter than the pupil of the eye. The effects are due to the well-known chromatic aberration of the...
The precise nature of the characteristic pain of peptic ulcer is a matter of some dispute. It is generally assumed to be dependent on and to bear a direct relation to gastric acidity. This view has seemed especially plausible in view of the alleviation...
J. J. Kieffer, Norm Johnson, Joe Cora
American Cotton Trade with Liverpool Under the Embargo and Non-Intercourse Acts
On a Modification of the Hilger Sector Photometer Method for Measuring Ultra-violet Absorption and its Application in the Case of Certain Derivatives of Fluoran
Frazer, James George, Sir
Last winter an epidemic of grip swept over the United States. Accurate information concerning its prevalence is difficult to obtain, because in most communities the disease is not reportable. But judging from the public health reports and from personal...
A. Eichhorn, Bernard Gallagher
An Address ON THE TREATMENT OF GUNSHOT WOUNDS.
The new-born infant is subject occasionally to various pathologic conditions which to combat successfully requires the transfusion of blood. Among these ailments the most frequent and alarming, and perhaps most fatal, is the hemorrhagic disease of the...
Geo. A. Finch, Ronald F. Roxburgh, L. Oppenheim
H. C. Miohie, H. H. Parsons
Recently on the gynecologic service of Dr. L. E. Frankenthal, at Michael Reese Hospital, we observed a marked case of hypertrichosis, and it is with the intent of determining the connection between abnormal hair development and genital changes that this...
It is surely striking that patients with congenital glaucoma apparently disappear from view after a certain length of time; for it is very unusual to find persons with this disease in middle life, though there are some reports of cases in which the process...
Henry Robert Plomer
H. C. McComas
Arthur Girault, Charles Gide, History
Bismuth salts have been used for many years for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, but their effects after absorption on the human system have received only scant attention. This is all the more remarkable in view of the fact that the other heavy metals...
Henry Otis Dwight
A. D. Lettle
In a remarkably clear and lucid style, Mr. Brown states the manner in which the largest city in the country has dealt with the problem of controlling its milk supply. While the essentials of the system are few, their execution is a big task. Read what...
In October, 1915, at the Memorial Hospital, we began treatment by radium of cases of carcinoma of the prostate and bladder. At this early date obviously no final results of our treatment can be predicted. In certain cases, however, our primary results...
The symptoms most commonly complained of by patients with heart disease are palpitation, precordial pain and shortness of breath. The latter, often only noticeable on exertion, is perhaps the most frequent cause of subjective distress, so that for this...
D. O. Malcolm
J. H. Means, Gerardo M. Balboni
Hans Zinsser, J. G. Hopkins
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Walter B. Lancaster
University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. June 1915. Major: Plant Science. 1 computer file (PDF); 21 pages.
Paul Carus, Sherwood J. B. Sugden
William Gardner Reed, Howard R. Tolley
Chas. B. Lipman, D. D. Waynick
Lajpat Rai, Lala
M. T. Cleog, W. C. Hobdy
Vocational Guidance in Music
Minnie E. Watson
Mallophaga and Anoplura from South Africa, with a list of Mammalian Hosts of African species.
Giovanni Verga (1840-1922)
SydneyW. Cole, H. Onslow
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AND ERASMUS DARWIN: WITH SOME UNPUBLISHED CORRESPONDENCE
Through the kindness of Dr. Alanson Weeks, Chief Surgeon of the Emergency Hospital Service in San Francisco, all the patients with delirium tremens in that institution during the greater part of last year were turned over to me for observation and treatment.After...
Stanley G. Jewett
Gerhard Hutchison Cocks, J. G. Dwyer
Homer F. Swift
J. R. Wright, O. F. Smith
H. Douglas Smart