The annual series of free lectures at the Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, has been announced by the Faculty of Medicine for the Sunday afternoons, beginning January 7 and ending April 22, 1917. The lectures will begin promptly at 4 o'clock, and the doors will be closed at five minutes past the hour. No tickets are required. The schedule follows:
January 7: The Reverend Dr. Francis G. Peabody '69: "Alcohol and Efficiency."
January 14: Dr. Hugh Cabot '94: "The Care of the Wounded with the British Expeditionary Force in France."
January 21: Dr. E. W. Taylor '88G: "Infantile Paralysis; Precautions Necessary and Unneccessary."
January 28: Dr. W. T. Porter: "Shock in the Trenches."
February 4: Dr. J. L. Morse '87: "Feeding in its Relation to the Infant's Development."
February 11: Dr. J. F. Cotton '90: "The Development of the Employer's Liability Insurance in Accident and Sickness."
February 18: Dr. E. H. Place '04M: "Does it Pay to Have the Contagious Diseases During Childhood?"
February 25: Dr. Percy G. Stiles: "Sleep."
March 4: Dr. L. M. S. Miner '04M: "Diseases of the Teeth and the Use of the X-Ray in Their Diagnosis and Treatment."
March 11: Miss Ida M. Cannon: "Social Service in Medicine."
March 18: Dr. Cleveland Floyd '03M: "Tuberculosis; its Cause and Prevention."
March 25: Dr. W. B. Cannon '96: "Methods of Medical Progress."
April 1: Dr. C. T. Brues: "Fleas and Other Insect Parasites in Their Relation to Public Health."
April 8: Dr. J. Bapst Blake '87: "Accident and Injury; First Aid (with demonstrations of simple methods and materials)."
April 15: Dr. Paul Thorndike '84: "Urinary Troubles in Elderly Men." (To men only).
April 22: Dr. W. H. Robey '95M: "Some Facts and Fancies About Heart Disease."