American journal of psychiatry, Band 63


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Seite 329 - Barker. — A Description of the Brains and Spinal Cords of Two Brothers Dead of Hereditary Ataxia. Decennial Publications of the University of Chicago, 1903.
Seite 115 - Committee was accepted and adopted, and the Secretary was instructed to cast the ballot of the Association for the election of the officers as reported by the Nominating Committee.
Seite 373 - The superintendent of each state hospital may place at board in a suitable family or in a place in this commonwealth or elsewhere any patient in such hospital who is in the charge of the department and is quiet and not dangerous nor committed as a dipsomaniac or inebriate, nor addicted to the intemperate use of narcotics or stimulants.
Seite 114 - Chair appoint a committee of three to be known as the Committee on Legislation, and such committee be given power to act.
Seite 329 - Cerebellar Symptoms in a Cat. Am. Journ. Physiol. Feb., 1905. Ladame and Monakow. — Aneurysme de 1'Artere Vertebrale Gauche. Nouvelle Icon, de la Salp. XIII, 1900. P. Lejoune and M. Egger. — Traumatisme Cranien. Syndrome Vestibulaiie. Accidents Meninges. cerebro-spinaux. Rev. Neurol. May 30, 1906. LJT Muskens. — Studies in the Maintenance of the Equilibrium of Motion and its Disturbances, so-called " Forced Movements." Journ. Physiol., XXXI, 1904. F. Raymond and M. Egger. — Un Cas d'Ataxie...
Seite 374 - The board may permit any boarder temporarily to leave custody as an insane person in charge of his guardian, relatives, friends or by himself, for a period not exceeding one year, and may receive him again into...
Seite 13 - One of Lydgate's gifts was a voice habitually deep and sonorous, yet capable of becoming very low and gentle at the right moment. About his ordinary bearing there was a certain fling, a fearless expectation of success, a confidence in his own powers and integrity nnich fortified by contempt for petty obstacles or seductions of which he had had no experience.
Seite 351 - O Brothers of sad lives! they are so brief; A few short years must bring us all relief: Can we not bear these years of labouring breath? But if you would not this poor life fulfil, Lo, you are free to end it when you will, Without the fear of waking after death.
Seite iv - Annual Report of the Henry Phipps Institute. For the Study, Treatment, and Prevention of Tuberculosis.
Seite 44 - Now, it is only by labor that thought can be made healthy, and only by thought that labor can be made happy ; and the two cannot be separated with impunity.

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