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LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS, MANCEUVRE DIVISION. Forces Available. — Antityphoid Vaccination. — Sanitary Precautions. Chief Surgeon's Office. S.\x .-\xTOXio. Tex.\s, April 11. jgii. All organizations have come in in good order and gone into camp without confusion. The division consists of three brigades (nine regiments) of in- fantry ; two regiments of field artillery ; one bat- talion of engineers ; two companies of signal corps ; four field hospitals — capacity 108 bed? each ; four ambulance companies, each operating twelve ambulances, with the necessary wagon trains for this command. In addition, there is attached a brigade (two regiments) of cavalry, and the cav- alry belonging to the division is down on the Mexi- can border, and one infantry regiment belonging to the division stationed at this place has not come into camp ; otherwise the troops enumerated are al! present in the miles of tents spread out before me as I write. The total strength to-day is 10,545. All these men have received the antityphoid vaccination with- out a single disagreeable sequence, and after four weeks in camp the sick report is less than two per cent, (at least one third lower than the prevailing rate throughout the United States at posts to-day). A large part of this nonefficiency has resulted from measles and mumps among the recruits who have been sent in here. Major Russell's assistant from the Army Medical -School Laboratory at Washington is in charge of the laboratory here and is making blood cultures from eyery case of continued fever of over forty- eight hours' duration to detect any possible case of typhoid. This procedure is necessary, as the men have been inoculated with the antityphoid vac- cine and all give the \\'idal reaction. No case of typhoid, clinically or by laboratory diagnosis, has developed as yet. We dare not hope that not a sin- gle case will develop among this number of men in camp, but we hope to keep our typhoid rate well below that of the ordinary American city. General Carter, who is in command here, is as- sistant to General Wood as chief of stafl^. His idea and the idea which seems to govern throughout the camp is to develop the greatest efficiency pos- sible with the fewest impediments possible. The mobility of the army is limited by the im- mense amount of transportation required for its equipment at present, and everj'body here is trj'ing to get down to the lowest possible Viagra Online Canada Scams basis as Viagra Online Canada Scams regards CORRESPONDENCE. 7S7 supplies. All the officers at division headquarters live in tents, 9' x 9'. The general uses two of these tents — one for an office. His tent is the only one which is floored. One of these tents has constituted the chief surgeon's office, where I and four clerks have worked. Inspectors and boards are constantly on the alert for places Viagra Online Canada Scams where equipment can Viagra Online Canada Scams be re- duced. ^\'e hope to make marked improvements along this line in the medical department. This is the first time that the War Department has author- ized the supplying of sufficient mules and horses to equip the medical department units in the field, and we are making the most out of the opportunity aii'orded to give our equipment a practical test. The greatest enthusiasm prevails among the officers of all branches. Twenty-two medical officers from the militia left yesterday with Viagra Online Canada Scams a brigade, two field hospitals, and two ambulance companies for Leon Springs, twen- ty-three miles Viagra Online Canada Scams from here, which corresponds to Pine Camp in our section. They will spend a week there in manoeuvres and field exercises ; the medical department is in charge of Major P. F. Straub. Amon,g them is Captain M. A. Stivers, of Bingham- ton. the only representative of the National Guard of the State of New York. The sanitary precau- Viagra Online Canada Scams tions enforced are simple, but I believe will prove to be effective. Pits are dug for latrines, covered with wooden seats, with parts so arranged as to make it impossible to leave the openings uncovered when not in use. Lime is freely used, and twice daily the boxes are removed, straw is thrown in. crude oil is poured over, and the pit burned out. The insides of the boxes are W'hitewashed daily; picket lines are burned over with crude oil ; kitchen waste is burned or evaporated on a simple incinera- tor constructed of .stones found on the ground. 1 think we have no more flies than we had when we arrived. Kitchens are screened. I understand the present visiting militia officers, of whom there Viagra Online Canada Scams are 200, including line Viagra Online Canada Scams and medical department, w'ill be replaced by others when they return home, so that a large number will eventually visit the camp, probably some of them men from New York. Viagra Online Canada Scams LETTER 1-ROM MONTRE.'\L. Personal News. — Canadian Medical Association Meeting. — Hospital Reports. — Royal Commission on Tubercu- losis. Montreal, April 14, igii. Dr. N. R. .\lcock. lecturer in physiology in Si. Mary's Hospital Medical School, London, England, since 1904 and vice dean of the school, has been ap- pointed professor of physiology in the medical de- jiartment of McGill University, a position rendered vacant through the death of Dr. Viagra Online Canada Scams Welsey Mills a few months ago. Dr. James Bell, of Montreal, one of the leading surgeons of Canada, died at the Royal Victoria Hosjjital on the nth of April, of pneu- monia, after one week's illness. Dr. Bell was in his fifty-ninth year. He was a graduate of McGill