Excerpt from A Method for Inoculating Animals With Precise Amounts
By act of Congress, approved July 1, 1902, the name of the United States Marine Hospital Service. Was changed to the Public Health and marine-hospital Service of the United States, and three new divisions were... added to the Hygienic Laboratory.
Since the change of name of the Service the bulletins of the Hygienic Laboratory have been continued in the same numerical order, as follows: No. 8. - Laboratory course in pathology and bacteriology. By M. J. Rosenau. (revised edition March, No. 9. - Presence of tetanus in commercial gelatin. By John F. Anderson.
No. 10. - Report Upon the prevalence and geographic distribution of hookworm dis ease (uncinariasis or anchylostomiasis) in the United States. By Ch. 'ardell Stiles.
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