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1st Bat 2nd Bat 2nd Battalion abscess Abstract admissions into hospital Admitted amount appear Appendix Army Medical Army Medical School artery Assistant-Surgeon attacked barracks Bengal blood bone Brigade camp Cape carbonic acid cause chiefly cholera Circulatory circumstances Class climate Coast Command condition considerable conveyances corps cubic feet deaths diarrhoea Died discharge Dragoon Guards dysentery effects epidemic following Table Foot George's hepatic humerus inches increase Infantry influence injury Inspector-General Integumentary Integumentary System invalids Ireland Island Kowloon latter liver Mean Strength Medical Officers Miasmatic Diseases military mortality muscle native Netley occurred ophthalmia patient period Peshawur prevalence projectile proportion Ratio removed respect Respiratory Rifles rooms Roval Royal Artillery sanitary sick soldiers Staff stations strychnia Surgeon symptoms syphilis tion tissue Total town treatment Tubercular tumour ulceration urethra ventilation West India Regiment Windward and Leeward wound yellow fever
Page 621 - The others may also be sent back, on condition of not again bearing arms during the continuance of the war. Evacuations, together with the persons under whose directions they take place, shall be protected by an absolute neutrality. ART. VII. A distinctive and uniform flag shall be adopted for hospitals, ambulances and evacuations. It must, on every occasion, be accompanied by the national flag.
Page 620 - ... Art. I. — Ambulances and military hospitals shall be acknowledged to be neuter, and, as such, shall be protected and respected by belligerents so long as any sick or wounded may be therein. Such neutrality shall cease if the ambulances or hospitals should be held by a military force.
Page 621 - In witness whereof his Excellency the Ambassador of the French Republic at the Court of His Majesty the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, Emperor of India, and His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, duly authorized for that purpose, have signed the present Declaration and have affixed thereto their seals. Done at London, in duplicate, the 8th day of April, 1904.
Page 620 - ART. V. Inhabitants of the country who may bring help to the wounded shall be respected, and shall remain free. The generals of the belligerent Powers shall make it their care to inform the inhabitants of the appeal addressed to their humanity, and of the neutrality which will be the consequence of it. Any wounded man entertained and taken care of in a house shall be considered as a protection thereto. Any inhabitant who shall have entertained wounded men in his house shall be exempted from the quartering...
Page 620 - IV. As the equipment of military hospitals remains subject to the laws of war, persons attached to such hospitals cannot, in withdrawing, carry away any articles but such as are their private property. Under the same circumstances an ambulance shall, on the contrary, retain its equipment.
Page 620 - Under such circumstances, when these persons shall cease from their functions, they shall be delivered by the occupying army to the outposts of the enemy.
Page 327 - For producing malaria, it appears to be requisite that there should be a surface capable of absorbing moisture, and that this surface should be flooded and soaked with water, and then dried; and the higher the temperature, and the quicker the drying process, the more plentiful and the more virulent (more virulent probably because more plentiful) is the poison that is evolved.
Page 621 - The High Contracting Powers have agreed to communicate the present Convention to those Governments which have not found it convenient to send Plenipotentiaries to the International Conference at Geneva, with an invitation to accede thereto; the Protocol is for that purpose left open.
Page 438 - The right way to dispose of town sewage is to apply it continuously to the land and it is by such application that the pollution of rivers can be avoided.
Page 438 - Finally, on the basis of the above conclusions, we further beg leave to express to your Lordships that, in our judgment, the following two principles are established for legislative application : — " First, that wherever rivers are polluted by a discharge of town sewage into them, the towns may reasonably be required to desist from causing that public nuisance. "Second, that where town populations are injured or endangered in health by a retention of cesspool matter among them, the towns may reasonably...