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THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY


Park, K. An Epitome of the History of Medicine.
Russel, J. R. The History and Heroes of the Art of Medicine.
Stirling, W. Some Apostles of Physiology.
Traill, H. D. Social England.
Vallery-Radot, R. The Life of Pasteur.
Williams, H. S. A History of Science.
Encyclopedia Britannica — 11th Edition
Allbutt, T. C. Medicine, History of.
Payne, J. F. Medicine, History of.
Addresses and Papers
Allen, F. The Twofold Function of the University, Science, 1910, XXXII., 901.
Barker, L. F. Medicine and the Universities, Amer. Med., 1902, IV., 143.
Barker, L. F. Medical Laboratories; Their Relation to Medical Practice and to Medical Discovery. Science, 1908, XXVII., 601.
Barker, L. F. Some Tendencies in Medical Education in the United States, Jour. Am. Med. Assoc., 1911, LVII., 613.
Buchheim, R. Ueber die Aufgaben und die Stellung der Pharmacologie an den deutschen Hochschulen. Arch. f. Exper. Path. u. Pharmak., 1876, V., 261.
Cabot, R. C. Ethical Forces in the Practice of Medicine. (An address delivered before the students of Harvard University, on April 13, 1905.)
Cabot, R. C. On the Relation between Laboratory Work and Clinical Work, Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 1911, CLXIV., 880.
Calkins, G. The Scope of Protozoology, Science, 1911, XXXIV., 129.
Councilman, W. T. The Relation of Pathology to Medicine, Trans. Mass. Med. Society, 1898.
Eliot, C. W. Address at the Formal Opening of the Laboratories of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, Science, 1906, XXIV., 13.
Jacobi, A. An address before the Medical School of McGill University, New York Medical Journal, 1905, LXXXII., 729.
Keen, W. W. The Debt of the Public to the Medical Profession, Phila. Med. Journal, 1899, III., 939.
Marks, L. H. Ehrlich's Biochemical Therapy, Its Conception and Application, Journal American Medical Association, 1910, LV., 1974.
Minot, C. S. The Relation of Embryology to Medical Progress, Popular Science Monthly, 1906, July.
Park, W. H. A Critical Study of the Results of Serum-Therapy in the Disease of Man, Harvey Lecture, 1906.
Pearce, R. M. The Experimental Method; Its Influence on the Teaching of Medicine, Jour. Am. Med. Assoc., 1911, LVIL, 1017.
Schweitzer, H. Ehrlich's Chemotherapy — A New Science, Science, 1910, XXXII., 809.
Sedgwick, W. T. The Relations of Public Health Science to Other Sciences, American Medicine, 1905, IX., 975.
Vincent, G. E. The Purpose and Spirit of the University, Science, 1911, XXXIII., 977.
Welch, W. H. The Endowment of Research, Science, 1906, XXIV., 6.
Welch, W. H. The Relation of the Hospital to Medical Education and Research, Journal American Medical Association, 1907, XLIX., 531.
Welch, W. H. The Interdependence of Medicine and Other Sciences of Nature, Science, 1908, XXVII., 49.
Welch, W. H. The Evolution of Modern Scientific Laboratories, Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1896, |VII., 19.