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الصفحة 89 - In accordance with the recommendation of the Select Committee of the House of Commons...
الصفحة 101 - the irresistible criminal impulse theory." Edinb. Report from the select committee on habitual drunkards, ordered by the House of Commons to be printed June 13, 1872. Report from the select committee on habitual drunkards, together with the proceedings of the committee and minutes of evidence. BB Report of the committee on intemperance for the lower House of Convocation of the province of Canterbury. Report of a committee of the State Temperance Alliance on Dr. Bowditch's "Analysis.
الصفحة 55 - Ihe secondary connections of the growth to surrounding parts. 5. The removal of the growth from its primary site of origin by forceps, sharp spoon, cold snare, or galvanic wire.
الصفحة 3 - Report of the Departmental Committee appointed to inquire into Pleuro-Pneumonia and Tuberculosis in the United Kingdom.
الصفحة 86 - Those who, notwithstanding the plainest considerations of health, interest, and duty, are given over to habits of intemperance so as to render them unable to control themselves, and incapable of managing their own affairs,*1 or such as to render them in any way dangerous to themselves or others."0* * Answer 3072.
الصفحة 85 - It should be noted that in 1872 the House of Commons. appointed a select committee to consider various points connected with drunkenness, and that this select committee reported ' that there is entire concurrence of all the witnesses in the absolute inadequacy of existing laws to check drunkenness, whether casual or otherwise ; rendering it desirable that fresh legislation on the subject should take place, and that the laws should be made more simple, uniform, and stringent.
الصفحة 96 - Between the years 1844 and 1865 one woman was committed to prison 137 times for being drunk, and when drunk her invariable practice was to smash windows. Then there was a man who, when drunk, stole nothing but Bibles; he was an old soldier wounded in the head ; when drunk, the objects of theft were always Bibles ; and he was transported for the seventh act of Bible stealing. Then another...
الصفحة 126 - ... from the post-pharyngeal wall. Extending the head so that the baseline makes an angle of forty-five degrees with the plane of the table, draws the base of the tongue and the hyoid bone far forward, this motion being at the same time imparted to the epiglottis, so that the latter stands upright, and is separated from the posterior wall of the pharynx by an interval of about an inch. By tightly closing the jaw, the antero-posterior space is still further increased.
الصفحة v - It is believed that the publication of the Transactions in this permanent form will prove a valuable contribution to medical literature, will encourage the Members to take a more active part in the work of the Society, and will tend in no small degree to increase the influence and usefulness of the Medico-Chirurgical Society of Edinburgh. WILLIAM CRAIG, Editor.