sible ; and that, in order to facilitate such removal to the
John F. Sagarino, P. & S., N. Y., 1913, Hartford.
)revents the development of the more common bacteria found in
form of hospitals. Two of these only seem to call for any remark.
of one ward may be two or three fold that of another.
days afterwards, on the return passage, he was again very sick, and for a few days