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DIET FOR THE SICK. By Miss F. HIBBARD, Principal of Nurses Train

ing School, Grace Hospital, Detroit, and Mrs. Emma Drant, Matron of Michigan College of Medicine Hospital, Detroit; to which has been added COMPLETE DIET TABLES for various diseases and conditions, as given by the highest authorities. Detroit, Mich. THE ILLUSTRATED MEDICAL JOURNAL Co., Publishers. Paper, 74 pages. Price, postpaid. 25 cents; 6 for $1.00.

This little book is a worthy supplement to any cook book, as it deals only with the dishes suitable for the sick and convales cent; the receipts being favorite ones in use daily in the hospitals wherein the authors are employed. It also gives various nutritive enemas. The physician can use it to advantage in explaining his orders for suitable dishes for his patient, leaving the book with the nurse. A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR BEGINNERS to the Dissection of the Human

Body, by Irving S. HAYNES, Ph. B., M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy in the Medical Department of the University of the City of New York; etc., etc. Oblong 12 mo., cloth, pp. 250., price $1.00. E. B. TREAT, Publisher, 5 Cooper Union, New York.

This is a very excellent guide for young anatomists, comprising improved methods and formulæ of work to be accomplished; so essential to beginpers; It is intended to supply the absence of detail, noticed in the large works on descriptive anatomy, and give the separate grouping of muscles, vessels, nerves, etc. Alternate pages are left blank, affording excellent opportunity of getting down notes during the progress of the student. Its size adapts it to the pocket. HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF D. HAYES AGNEW, M.D., LLD. By J. HOWE ADAMS, M.D. With

fourteen full-page portraits and other illustrations. In one large Royal Octavo volume, 376 pages. Extra Cloth, beveled edges, $2.50 net: Half-Morocco, gilt top, $3.50 net. Sold only by Subscription. Philadelphia: The F. A. Davis Co., Publishers, 1914 and 1916 Cherry Street.

We are in receipt of the above biography and, hail with pleasure the written life of one who was not only good but useful in his sphere of life. He was simple in his tastes, yet great in achievements, and his name will be handed down to posterity as one of the great luminaries in our profession. The anthor has depicted with rare ability the life and great work of Dr. Agnew, and we cordially recommend it to our readers, not only as a fine production, but the portraiture of a life worthy of study and immitation.



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