No. III. Vol. VIII.
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This is a volume, or rather part of a volume, of 138 pages, on good paper and fair type. It contains the record of proceedings and the reports and papers presented at the annual meeting of the Society in Kalamazoo, May 9 and 10, 1883. After the record of proceedings and the President's address, we find the following papers: " Sanguineous Tumors of the Scalp," by Dr. Wm. Brodie, of Detroit; " Clinical Notes on errors of Refraction," by Dr. C. J. Lundy, of Detroit; " Foreign Bodies in the Ear," by Dr. A. R. Smart; " Ulcers of the Cornea," by Eugene Smith; " Urethral Inflammation," by Dr. H. J. Reynolds; " Epidemic-Waves of Diphtheria," by Henry B. Baker; " Water—Its Relations to Health and Disease," by Dr. J. A. Post, and a poem " Pro Bono Professionis," by Dr. E. B. Ward. Perhaps the most important of these papers is that on " Water —Its Relations to
Transactions of the Michigan State Medical Society for the Year 1883. JAMA. 1883;I(9):280–281. doi:10.1001/jama.1883.02390090024008
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