The Best Published

Professor Buchanan's new work is a comprehensive one. The author has gone minutely into the consideration of immunity, opsonic index, reproduction, sterilization, antiseptics, biochemic tests, culture media, isolation of cultures, the manufacture of the various toxins, antitoxins, tuberculins, and vaccines that have proved of diagnostic or therapeutic value. Then, in addition to bacteria and protozoa proper, he considers molds, mildews, smuts, rusts, toadstools, puff-balls, and the other fungi pathogenic for animals.

B. F Kaupp, D. V. S., State Agricultural College, Fort Collins.

" It is the best in print on the subject. What pleases me most is that it contains all the late results of research. It fills a long felt want".

Mcfarland's Pathogenic Bacteria And Protozoa

Pathogenic Bacteria and Protozoa. By Joseph McFar-land, M. D., Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology in the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. Octavo of 878 pages, finely illustrated. Cloth, $3.50 net.

New (7th) Edition, Enlarged

Dr. McFarland has subjected his book to a most vigorous revision, bringing this edition right down to the minute. Important new additions have increased it in size some 180 pages. By far the most important addition is the inclusion of an entirely new section on Pathogenic Protozoa. This section considers every protozoan pathogenic to man; and in that same clean-cut, definite way that won for McFarland's work a place in the very front of medical bacteriologies. The illustrations are the best and are beautifully executed.

Hill's Histology And Organography

A Manual of Histology and Organography. By Charles Hill, M. D., formerly Assistant Professor of Histology and Embryology, Northwestern University, Chicago. 12mo of 475 pages, with 337 illustrations. Cloth, $2.25 net.

New (3d) Edition. Pennsylvania Medical Journal

" It is arranged in such a manner as to be easy of access and comprehension. To any contemplating the study of histology and organography we would commend this work".

Mcfarland's Pathology

A Text-Book of Pathology. By Joseph McFarland, M. D.

Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology in the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. Octavo of 856 pages, with 437 illustrations, many in colors. Cloth, $5.00 net; Half Morocco, $6.50 net.

Second Edition

Dr. McFarland's work was written to furnish a ready means of acquiring a thorough training in the subject, a training such as would be of daily help in your practice. For this edition every page has been gone over most carefully, correcting, omitting the obsolete, and adding the new. Some sections have been entirely rewritten.

St. Paul Medical Journal

"It is safe to say that there are few who are better qualified to give a résumé of the modern views on this subject than McFarland. The subject-matter is thoroughly up to date".

Boston Medical And Surgical Journal

"It contains a great mass of well-classified facts. One of the best sections is that on the special pathology of the blood".

Mcfarland's Medical Biology

Biology: Medical and General. By Joseph McFarland, M. D., Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology in the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. Octavo of 457 pages, with 160 illustrations. Cloth, $1.75 net.

New (2d) Edition

All of the problems of medical science are in a sense biologic, and many of the problems of biology medical. This work is both a general and medical biology. The former because it discusses the peculiar nature and reactions of Living Substance generally; the latter because particular emphasis is laid on those subjects of special interest and value in the study and practice of medicine.

Prof. W. R. McConnell, Pennsylvania Slate College.

" It has some admirable features, the most valuable of which, it seems to me, is the careful resume of the subjects of heredity and evolution".

Pathology. Stengel's Text-Book Of Pathology

Fifth Edition.

A Text-Book of Pathology. By Alfred Stengel, M. D., Professor of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania. Octavo volume of 979 pages, with 400 text-illustrations, many in colors, and 7 full-page colored plates. Cloth, $5.00 net; Half Morocco, $6.50 net.


In this work the practical application of pathologic facts to clinical medicine is considered more fully than is customary in works on pathology. In this edition the section dealing with General Pathology has been most extensively revised, several of the important chapters having been practically rewritten.

William H. Welch, M. D.

Professor of Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.

" I consider the work abreast of modern pathology, and useful to both students and practitioners. It presents in a concise and well-considered form the essential facts of general and special pathologic anatomy, with more than usual emphasis upon pathologic physiology.'

Stiles' The Nervous System Just Out

This new book is really a physiology and anatomy of the nervous system, emphasizing the means of conserving nervous energy. You get physiology, reflexes, anatomy, afferent nervous system, neuromuscular system and fatigue, autonomic system, the cerebrum and human development, emotion, sleep, dreams, neurasthenia, hygiene.

12mo of 230 pages, illustrated. By Percy Goldthwait Stiles, Instructor in Physiology at Harvard University. Cloth, $1.25 net.

Stiles' Nutritional Physiology

Professor Stiles' work opens with a brief but adequate presentation of the physiology of free-living cells and leads up to the more complex function in man. It takes up each organ, each secretion concerned with the process of digestion, discussing the part each plays in the physiology of nutrition - in the transformation of energy. 12mo of 275 pages, illustrated. By Percy Goldthwait Stiles. Cloth, $1.25 net.