This volume is not less interesting than its predecessors, and it shows great labor on the part of the Committee, and incomparable skill on the part of many of the reporters on special subjects. The report is transmitted to the Minister of Commerce and Industry by the distinguished M. Brouardel who is also Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Paris,
The work of the Comité d'Hygiène was for the year reported concentrated on two groups of questions.
The modes of propagation of epidemic diseases.
The suppression of adulterations of food.
The work on the first group of questions include an account of the Sanitary Service, Rules for the Suez Canal, Rules for the troops in the extreme Orient, sanitary measures to prevent the importation of yellow fever, and disinfection on board of ships.
Among the many interesting things in this volume we notice that in a letter of Inspector-General