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July 14, 1900

Medical News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXV(2):100-107. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460280036015

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Abstract

Reaumur thermometers are no longer to be officially tested in Germany as heretofore. The Centigrade is henceforth the only standard thermometer for the Empire.

Victims of alcoholism in the Russian Army are to be treated in a special hospital, the funds for the erection of which have been contributed by the Russian government.

Medical promenades at the Exposition, to point out and describe articles of special interest to visiting physicians, have been organized by Drs. Helm and Marcel Baudouin.

An institute for medical diagnosis has been inaugurated in Berlin, in which various specialists, such as Klemperer, Posner, Eulenberg, etc., hold clinics of an hour each during the day.

All surgeons, assistant-surgeons, acting assistant-surgeons or contract surgeons, and hospital stewards, who served in the army or navy of the late Confederate States, are requested to send their post-office addresses to Deering J. Roberts, M.D., Secretary Surgeons' Association, C. S. A., Nashville,

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