This magnificent system has been given a handsome setting by the publishers; inset plates, beautiful paper, and excellent illustrations make it a pleasurable task to give it notice. This part of the system is given to chapters on examination of the eye, school hygiene, statistics of blindness and antiseptics.
The contributors to this volume are J. Snellen of Utrecht, Holland, L. Laquern, M.D., Strasbourg-en-Alsace, Germany; George M. Gould, M.D., A.M., Philadelphia, Pa.; Edward Jackson, A.M., M.D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Adolphe Javal, Jr., Paris, France; William S. Bennett, M.D., New York City; George T. Stevens, M.D., Ph.D., New York; Herman Wilbrand, M.D., Hamburg, Germany; William Thompson, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa.; S. D. Risley, A.M., M.D., Philadelphia, Pa.; I. M. Hays, A.M., M.D., Philadelphia, Pa.; J. A. Andrews, M.D., New York City; Jos. McFarland, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Samuel S. Kneass, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa.
The articles of Snellen, Laquern and Wilbrand have been carefully translated.