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L. O..Howard. Century Magazine, July, 1902, 64:423-9—Campaign against the mosquito.

By L. O. Howard and H. C. Weeks. Current Literature, Sept., 1902, 33:343-4-Malaria and light. Current Literature, July, 1909, 47:97-8Malarial theory of the decadence of

the ancient Greeks. Forum, Oct., 1914, 52:565-72—Lady Anopheles. By E. D. Hume. Independent, Dec. 21, 1899, 51:3440-1—Imperialism and malaria. Independent, Dec. 13, 1900, 52:2975-9—New discoveries in malaria. By G. B.

Grassi. Independent, Mar. 19, 1903, 55:656-60—Malaria and mosquitos. By. R. Ross. Independent, Dec. 19, 1907, 63:1459-62—Laveran, discoverer of the germ of

malaria. By J. J. Walsh. Ladies' Home Journal, Sept., 1909, 26:52—Young mothers' guide. By E. L.

Coolidge. Literary Digest, Mar. 7, 1914, 48:484—Railways and malaria in India. Literary Digest, Nov. 21, 1914, 49:1006—Passing of Roman fever. Nation, Dec. 12, 1907, 85:534—Malaria and politics. National Geographical Magazine, Aug., 1909, 20:736-41—Economical loss to

the U. S. through insects that carry disease. By L. O. Howard. Nature, Dec. 27, 1906, 75:204-5—Success of anti-malarial measures. Nature, June 3, 1909, 80:415-8—Campaign against malaria. By R. Ross. Nature, Jan. 6, 1910, 82:278_Malaria and ancient Greece. By G. A. Auden. Nature, Aug. 25, 1910, 84:240-1_Malaria prophylaxis in India. Nature, Dec. 22, 1910, 85:240-2—Anti-malarial measures in India. By W. G.

King. Nature, Feb. 9, 1911, 85:471-3—Drainage and malaria. By C. A. Bentley and

M. Watson. Nature, Apr. 20, 1911, 86:255—Drainage and malaria. By W. G. King. Nature, July 18, 1912, 89:505—Malaria in India. By R. Ross. Nature, Sept. 18, 1913, 92:60-1-Nature and treatment of cancer and malaria. Philippine Journal of Science, June, 1906, Vol. 1, No. 5, p. 523—Observations

upon malaria, latent infection in natives of Philippine Islands, intracor

puscular conjugation. By C. F. Craig. Philippine Journal of Science, Dec., 1907, Vol. 2, No. 6, series B, Medical

sciences, p. 513—Experiments in malarial transmission by means of

Myzomyia ludlowii Theob. By C. S. Banks. Philippine Journal of Science, Feb., 1909, Vol. 4, No. 1, series B, Medical

sciences, p. 1-Atozyl in treatment of malaria (with Bibliography).

By J. J. Vassal. Philippine Journal of Science, Aug., 1909, Vol. 4, No. 4, series B, Medical

sciences, p. 273—Examinations of blood with special reference to ma

laria (at Taytay, P. I.). By Luis Guerrero and Victor Sevilla. Philippine Journal of Science, July, 1910, Vol. 5, No. 2, series B, Medical

sciences, p. 193—Malarial fever during puerperium (2 cases occurring in Hongkong). By J. M. Atkinson.

Philippine Journal of Science, Aug., 1910, Vol. 5, No. 3, series B, Medical

sciences, p. 277—Myzomyia rossii as malaria-carrier. By W. T. de

Vogel. Philippine Journal of Science, Aug., 1910, Vol. 5, No. 3, series B, Medical

sciences, p. 285—Antimalarial prophylactic measures and their results

at naval station, Olongapo, P. I. By A. W. Dunbar. Philippine Journal of Science, Aug., 1910, Vol. 5, No. 3, series B, Medical

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parasite. By. P. Manson. Popular Science Monthly, Feb., 1901, 58:360-71—Malaria. By G. M. Stern

berg. Popular Science Monthly, June, 1901, 59:189-98—Malaria germ and allied forms of sporozoa.

By G. N. Calkins. Popular Science Monthly, April, 1903, 62:621-5-Relation to agriculture.

By G. W. Herrick. Quarterly Review, London, 1900_Malaria and the mosquito. Review of Reviews, May, 1904, 29:620-1—Malarial mosquito in Egypt. Review of Reviews, Feb., 1909, 39:235-5—How quinine fights the germs of

malaria. Review of Reviews, June, 1909, 39:751-2—Malaria, the greatest foe of the

pioneer. By W. Hutchinson. Science, Dec. 7, 1906, n. s. 24:744-6-Important anti-malarial work. By L.

0. Howard. Science, Feb. 14, 1908, n. s. 27:274-5—Anophel breeding in sea water.

By L. O. Howard. Science, Dec. 18, 1908, n. s. 28:885—Malaria in the West Indies. By H. A.

Ballon. Science, Feb. 26, 1915, 41:312-15—Dr. A. F. A. King on mosquitos and

malaria. By L. O. Howard. Scientific American, June 23, 1900, 82:386—Experiment on the Roman Com

pagna with the malarial mosquito. Scientific American, July 7, 1900, 83:8_Differences between malarial and

non-malarial mosquitos. By L. O. Howard. Scientific American, Sept. 15, 1900, 83:163—Malarial infection on the east

coast of Africa. Scientific American, May 18, 1901, 84:314_Malaria and its prevention. By

R. Fielding-Ould. Scientific American, July 20, 1901, 85:42—Relation of the mosquito to

malaria. Scientific American, April 26, 1902, 86:293—Extermination of mosquitos and

prevention of malaria. By H. C. Weeks. Scientific American, Mar. 30, 1907, 96:272-3—–Story of malaria. By L. H.

Yates. Scientific American, April 24, 1909, 100:310—Economic loss through the

mosquito. Scientific American, July 8, 1911, 105:31—Prevention of malaria. Scientific American, Nov. 9, 1912, 107:393—Sanitation of the canal zone.

By A. J. Orenstein. Scientific American, Dec. 7, 1912, 107:478—Anti-malarial work. Scientific American, May 24, 1913, 108:481—Rehabilitating the Roman ConiScientific American, May 23, 1914, 77:322—House-Alies and disease; mos


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aria-breeding mosquitos by petroleum and drainage. By H. C. Weeks. Scientific American Supp., Feb., 1902, 51:20981-2—Insects and malaria. Scientific American Supp., Feb. 11, 1905, 59:24345-Mosquito question. By

Q. Kohnke. Scientific American Supp., Mar. 21, 1908, 65:190-1-Mosquito as a sanitary

problem. By E. A. Ayres. Scientific American Supp., Dec. 16, 1911, 72:300-1—Malaria, its cause and

mode of propagation. Scientific American Supp., Sept. 14, 1912, 74:173-4—-Screening as an anti

malaria measure. By A. J. Orenstein. Scientific American Supp., May 23, 1914, 77:322—House flies and disease;

mosquitos and malaria. E. H. Ross. Scientific American Supp., Jan. 23, 1915, 79:50-1-Malaria and the transmis

sion of disease. R. Ross. Scribner's Magazine, Feb., 1913, 53:234-51—Sanitation of the Isthmus. By

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(All the above material not in the Commonwealth Club Library will be found in the San Francisco Public Library).

The following will be found in the Mechanics-Mercantile Library: Nos. 4, 6, 7, 8, 14, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 34, 43, 44, 53, 54, 67, 74, 75, 80, 81; and all periodicals with the exception of "Independent,” Dec. 21, 1899; Dec. 13, 1900; Mar. 19, 1903; and the "Quarterly Review," London, 1900.

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