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LIST OF PUBLIC HEALTH BULLETINS.

[Those marked (*) are no longer available for distribution. Those marked (†) may be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.]

*1. Report on Trichinæ and Trichinosis. By W. C. W. Glazier. 1881. 212 pages. 87 il. 1 map. Paper. Senate Executive Document No. 9, Fortysixth Congress, third session. Out of print.

*2. Report on the Etiology and Prevention of Yellow Fever. By George M. Sternberg. 1890. 271 pages. 21 pl. 20 il. Cloth. Out of print. *3. Mortality Statistics in the United States for the year ending December 31, 1897. From Annual Report Marine-Hospital Service, 1898. 24 pages. Paper. Out of print.

4. Yellow Fever: Its Nature, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prophylaxis and Quarantine Regulations Relating Thereto. By officers of the MarineHospital Service. Reprint from Annual Report Marine-Hospital Service, 1898. 176 pages. 1 il. Paper.

*5. Shipment of Merchandise from a Town Infected with Yellow Fever. By H. R. Carter. 1899. 15 pages. Paper. Out of print.

16. Report of Commission of Medical Officers Detailed by Authority of the President to Investigate the Cause of Yellow Fever. By Eugene Wasdin

and H. D. Geddings. July, 1899. 98 pages. 26 charts. 2 il. Paper. Superintendent of Documents. 5 cents.

*7. The Bubonic Plague. By Walter Wyman. January, 1900. 50 pages. Paper. 18. Report of Commission Appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury for the

Investigation of Plague in San Francisco. By Prof. Simon Flexner, Prof. F. G. Novy, and Prof. L. F. Barker. January 23, 1901. 23 pages. 1 map. Paper. Superintendent of Documents. 5 cents.

*9. Report Relating to the Origin and Prevalence of Leprosy in the United States. By a Commission of Medical Officers of the U. S. MarineHospital Service. 1902. 119 pages. 25 il. Paper. Senate Document No. 269, Fifty-seventh Congress, first session.

*10. Plague Conference. Containing a copy of the address of the chairman, and resolutions passed by a conference called in accordance with requests from a number of State boards of health, and under authority of section 7, act of Congress approved July 1, 1902, to consider the plague situation. Reprint from P. H. R. No. 4, Vol. XVIII, January 23, 1903. 9 pages. And February 6, 1903. 41 pages. Paper. Out of print. 11. Transactions of the First Annual Conference of State and Territorial Health Officers with the United States Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service. June, 1903. 120 pages. Cloth. Superintendent of Documents. 20 cents.

$12. Transactions of the Second Annual Conference of State and Territorial Health Officers with the United States Public Health and MarineHospital Service. June, 1904. 95 pages. Cloth. Superintendent of Documents. 20 cents.

†13. The Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service of the United States. A Brief History. Prepared for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. December, 1904. 16 pages. Paper. Superintendent of Documents. 5 cents.

†14. Sanatorium for Consumptives, Fort Stanton, N. Mex. By P. M. Carrington. Reprint from Annual Report Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service, 1904. 19 pages. Paper. Superintendent of Documents. 5 cents. †15. Transactions of the Third Annual Conference of State and Territorial Health Officers with the Tnited States Public Health and Marine Hospital Service. May, 1905. 52 pages. Cloth. Superintendent of Documents. 30 cents.

16. How to Prevent Yellow Fever-No Mosquitoes, No Yellow Fever. By Walter Wyman. July 31, 1905. 3 pages. Circular.

†17. Transactions of the Fourth Annual Conference of State and Territorial Health Officers with the United States Public Health and MarineHospital Service. May, 1906. 75 pages. Cloth. Superintendent of Documents. 35 cents.

†18. Transactions of the Fifth Annual Conference of State and Territorial Health Officers with the United States Public Health and MarineHospital Service. May, 1907. 47 pages. Cloth. Superintendent of Documents. 25 cents.

19. Trachoma, Its Character and Effects. By Taliaferro Clark and J. W. Schereschewsky. 1907. 34 pages. 6il. Paper. (Second edition.)

*20. The Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service of the United States. A Brief History. Prepared for the Jamestown Ter-Centennial Exposition. 1907. 12 pages. Paper. Out of print.

†21. Transactions of the Sixth Annual Conference of State and Territorial Health Officers with the United States Public Health and MarineHospital Service. April, 1908. 79 pages. Cloth. Superintendent of Documents. 50 cents.

+22. The Present Pandemic of Plague. By J. M. Eager. 1908. 30 pages. Paper. Superintendent of Documents. 5 cents.

*23. Pellagra-A Précis. By C. H. Lavinder. July 24, 1908. 22 pages. 1 il. Paper. Revised. See Bulletin No. 48, this series.

24. The Marine-Hospital Sanatorium, Fort Stanton, N. Mex.

Prepared for the

International Congress on Tuberculosis, held in Washington. September. 1908. 32 il. 56 pages. Paper.

*25. Hookworm Disease. Reprint from Annual Report P. H. and M. H. S., 19 5 pages. Paper. Out of print.

†26. Studies upon Leprosy.

I. The Present Status of the Leprosy Problem in Hawail II. The Reaction of Lepers to Moro's “Percutaneous” Test. III. A Note upon the Possibility of the Mosquito Acting in the Transmission of Leprosy. By W. R. Brinckerhoff. 1908. Investigations made in accordance with the act of Congress approved March 3, 1905. 24 pages. Paper. Superintendent of Documents. 10 cents.

27. Studies upon Leprosy.

IV. Upon the Utility of the Examination of the Nose and the Nasa! Secretions for the Detection of Incipient Cases of Leprosy. By W. R. Brinckerhoff and W. L. Moore. 1909. Investigations made in accordance with the act of Congress approved March 3 1905. 29 pages. Paper.

28. Studies upon Leprosy.

V. A report upon the Treatment of Six Cases of Leprosy with Nastine (Deycke). By W. R. Brinckerhoff and J. T. Wayson, Honolulu, T. H.

VI. Leprosy in the United States of America in 1909. By W. R. Brinckerhoff. 1909. Investigations made in accordance with the act of Congress approved March 3, 1905. 25 pages. Paper. †29. The Prevalence of Rabies in the United States. By J. W. Kerr and A. M.

Stimson. 1909. 16 pages. Paper. Superintendent of Documents.

5 cents.

*30. The Rat and Its Relation to the Public Health. By various authors. 1910. 254 pages. 60 figs. 6 pl. Paper. Exhausted.

1. Introduction. By Walter Wyman.

2. Natural History of the Rat. By D. E. Lantz.

3. Plague Infection in Rats. By G. W. McCoy.

4. Rat Leprosy. By W. R. Brinckerhoff.

5. Bacterial Diseases of the Rat other than Plague. By D. H. Currie.

6. Organic Diseases of the Rat. By G. W. McCoy.

7. Ecto Parasites of the Rat. By N. Banks.

8. Intestinal Parasites of Rats and Mice in their Relation to Diseases of Man. By C. W. Stiles.

9. Rodents in Relation to the Transmission of Bubonic Plague. By Rupert Blue.

10. Rodent Extermination. Rats and Mice. By W. C. Rucker.

11. Natural Enemies of Rats. By D. E. Lantz.

12. Rat-Proofing as an Antiplague Measure. By R. H. Creel.

13. Inefficiency of Bacterial Viruses in the Extermination of Rats. By M. J. Rosenau.

14. Plague Eradication in Cities by Sectional Extermination of Rats and General Rat-Proofing. By Victor G. Heiser.

15. The Rat in Relation to Shipping. By W. C. Hobdy.

16. The Rat as an Economic Factor. By D. E. Lantz.

17. The Rat in Relation to International Sanitation. By J. W. Kerr. 131. Transactions of the Seventh Annual Conference of State and Territorial Health Officers with the United States Public Health and MarineHospital Service. June, 1909. 86 pages. Cloth. Superintendent of Documents. 35 cents.

32. Hookworm Disease (or Ground-Itch Anemia), its Nature, Treatment, and Prevention. By Prof. C. W. Stiles. 1910. 40 pages. Paper. (Second edition.)

33. Studies upon Leprosy. 1910. 25 pages. Paper.

VII. A Statistical Study of an Endemic Focus of Leprosy. By W. R.
Brinckerhoff and A. C. Reinecke.

VIII. A Palliative Treatment for Leprous Rhinitis. By J. T. Wayson
and A. C. Reinecke.

34. Maritime Quarantine. By L. E. Cofer. 1910. 25 figs. 64 pages. Paper. Appendix: Disinfectants Authorized by United States Quarantine Regulations and the proper Method of Generating and Using Same.

35. The Relation of Climate to the Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. By F. C. Smith. 1910. 17 pages. Paper. (Second edition.)

36. Tuberculosis: Its Nature and Prevention. By F. C. Smith. 1910. 12 pages. 1 pl. Paper. (Second edition.)

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