The author states that he has in manuscript form a much more comprehensive volume on this subject, but the war makes its publication impossible at this time. This monograph, which will serve as an epitome of the larger book, is especially adapted for the general practitioner, because it touches only on the important practical phases of glaucoma and the most approved methods of dealing with this disease. The various theories and questions still in dispute, the scientific investigations into its etiology, etc., are to be discussed fully in the other publication. The general practitioner will find in this monograph a safe guide in the diagnosis, and descriptions of accepted operations as well as the general treatment of glaucoma.
Hamstringing the Child Labor Laws.
—"Already in Connecticut, Minnesota, New Hampshire and Vermont no time has been lost in repealing or suspending the operation of the child labor laws. Everywhere the case