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6. An act to establish a State Board of Health for the better protection of life and health, and to prevent the spread of contagious and infectious diseases in this Commonwealth

9. Address in otology

24. The art of massage

26. As there has been published by the American Antivivisection Society a pamphlet "Facts in regard to the failure of the bills presented to the legislature for the restriction of vivisection"

31. Bloody sweat

40. Canities

48. A case of great swelling of the eyelids and face following an unsuccessful attempt to extract the upper canine tooth on the left side: abscess of the orbit : total blindness : atrophy of the disc : obliteration of the retinal vessels

56. A case of tumor of the brain

78. Climate and health in Michigan

80. Clinical notes on psoriasis

81. Coca erythroxylon and its derivatives: a résumé of their history, botanical origin, production and cultivation, chemical composition, therapeutic application, physiological action, and medicinal preparations : embracing reports on their employment in general and minor surgery, ophthalmology, otology, laryngology, gynaecology, genito-urinary, nasal, and dental surgery, in the treatment of the alcohol and opium habits, in general medicine, etc etc

87. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, State Board of Health: report of organization and minutes of first and second meetings, July 3 and November 11, 1885

89. Comprehensive anatomy, physiology, and hygiene: adapted for schools, academies, colleges and families : containing brief directions for illustrative dissections of mammals, for elementary work with the microscope, for physiological demonstrations of the human body, and for the management of emergent cases