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rule, a thoro clinical examination sinuses, and of pockets about the
, should be made first, this should teeth, the acquirement of the finbe supplemented by radiographs, est sense of touch, and of keen oband in many cases a second exami- servation, all stimulated by the nation should be made with the habit of carefully recording the radiographs before the operator. findings in each case, will serve to
Ability to make a proper diagno- place the radiograph where it besis must be based on a good knowl- longs, as a very important aid in edge of the anatomical relations of diagnosis. the various tissues, and the pathological changes by which they may
SIMPLIFIED SPELLING USED be involved. To this must be add
IN THE JOURNAL. ed experience in observation, in
The Journal has adopted the the technique of mouth examinations, and in the interpretation of
system of spelling recommended radiographs. When a correct diag- by the “Simplified Spelling Board”, nosis has been reached, the possi
and on page 177 will be found a list bilities of repair must be known if
of these words, which we publish
for the guidance and use in prerational treatment is to be employed.
paration of all copy for publication The members of the dental pro
in The Journal. Of the 300 words fession are being called upon to de
in this list, 153 had been recom
mended and used in the Governcide these questions. The future health of many people and the rep
ment Printing Office for some time utation of the dental profession previous to September 4, 1906, are at stake. Teeth which are a
when this list was adopted. menace to health should be prop
“It will be seen that of the three erly treated or extracted; teeth
hundred simple forms included in which are not should be saved.
the list, more than one-half are Extraction should not be employed preferred by Webster's Dictionary, to cover ignorance.
more than six-tenths are preferred An imperfect root canal filling by the Century, and two-thirds are is not necessarily a menace to preferred by the Standard: while health; a perfect root canal filling nearly all the rest, except some of is not a guarantee of safety. An
the inflected forms (which are ofapparently good root filling, as ten ignored), are allowed by all shown by a radiograph, may be a
three dictionaries as alternative very imperfect root filling-it may spellings, in many cases held equal reach to the end of the root with- in authority or superior in etymoout filling the canal.
logical accuracy to the form nomiThe radiograph is the most im- nally preferred. The result is, in portant aid in the diagnosis of short, that nearly the whole list chronic mouth foci which has come
has the sanction of all the dictionto the dental profession in many aries current in the United States, years. However, the development either as preferred or alternative of skill in the exploration of spellings.”
INTERNATIONAL. International Dental Federation, San Francisco, Cal., August 30, 1915.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ORTHODON. Panama-Pacific Dental Congress, San
There will be a meeting of the AmeriDelegates, Sept. 1-2, 1915, San Francisco,
can Society of Orthodontists, held MonCal.
day, August 30, 1915, at 9:30 a. m., at
San Francisco, in the room assigned the American Society of Orthodontists,
Orthodontia Section of the Panama-PaAug. 30, 1915, San Francisco, Cal. American School Hygiene Association,
cific Dental Congress. It is respectfully June 25-26, San Francisco, Cal.
requested that as many members of the American Institute of Dental Teachers,
American Society of Orthodontists, as Jan. 25-27, 1916, Minneapolis, Minn.
possible, be present.
F. M. CASTO, Sec'y-Treas.
F. C. KEMPLE, President.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BOARD OF Colorado-Manitou, June 17-18-19.
The next examination of applicants Idaho-Salmon, June.
for license to practise will be held at Kentucky-Ashland, June 8-10.
Georgetown University June 7, 8, 9, 10, Louisiana--New Orleans, June 3-5. 1915. Applications should be in the Missouri-Jefferson City, June 10-12. hands of the secretary two weeks before New Hampshire-Weirs, June 22-24. the date of examination.
North Carolina-Wrightsville Beach, STARR PARSONS, M. D., D. D. S., June 23-25.
Secretary 1309 L St., N. W., Pennsylvania-Reading, June 22-24.
Washington, D. C. Tennessee-Sewanee, June 24-25-26. Utah-Salt Lake City, June 21-22.
FLORIDA STATE DENTAL SOCIETY. July.
The annual meeting of the Florida Montana-Helena, July 15-17.
State Dental Society will be held at PassNew Jersey--Asbury Park, July 21-24.
a-Grille on the Gulf, June 9, 10 and 11. Wisconsin-Oconomowoc, July 13-15.
Great preparations are being made by September.
the Executive Committee to make this National Capitol—Washington, Sept. 7.
meeting exceptionally strong and interOctober.
esting and all Ethical Dentists of this or New Mexico-Albuquerque, Oct. 4-11.
neighboring states are urged to be presNovember.
ent. Ample and comfortable accommoArizona-Phoenix, November 11-13. dations are available for all. Virginia-Richmond, November 4.
A. M. JACKSON, Sec., Lakeland, Fla.
TOWA STATE BOARD OF DENTAL
The next meeting of the lowa State Board of Dental Examiners for the examination of candidates for licenses will he held at lowa City, Iowa, commencing Monday, June 7th, at 9 A. M. For application blanks and so forth, address the secretary.
DR. J. A. WEST,
417 Utica Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa.
facturers for an exhibit, and is planning for a larger display than ever before.
Dr. W. W. Hodges, of Perth Amboy, Chairman of the Clinic Committee, is arranging for a course of clinics that will attract attention and be of great interest.
The ball room at the Coleman House will be used for the meetings of the Society. Dr. James I. Woolverton, Chairman of the Essay Committee, will have three essayists. The Executive office of the Society will be located in the Coleman House.
JOHN C. FORSYTH, Sec'y.
The next meeting of the State Board of Dental Examiners will be held in Jeflerson City, June 7th, 8th and 9th. All applications must be accompanied by a diploma from a reputable college, and a certificate of Entrance to the dental college; the certificate to show 15 units of credit. All applications must be filed with the secretary five days previous to the examination.
For further information address,
Jefferson City, Mo.
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE AMERI. CAN SCHOOL HYGIENE ASSO
THE NEW JERSEY STATE DENTAL
The next meeting of this Association will take place in the City of San Francisco, June 25th-26th, 1915.
Professor Lewis M. Terman, Stanford University, Stanford, Cal., is chairman of the Organizing Committee and chairman of the Program Committee. All communications relative to this meeting should be addrest to Prof. Terman.
Membership purchased in the American School Hygiene Association for 1914, entitles the holder to all privileges for membership for 1915. This action has been taken because the Association was unable to hold a meeting in 1914.
It is hoped that all members of the Association will make an effort to be present at the San Francisco meeting. Delegates should be sent from departments of education and departments of health in our city, county and state organizations. Our normal schools, col. leges and universities should be repre
The forty-fifth annual convention of the New Jersey State Dental Society will be held at Asbury Park, New Jersey, July 21st, 220, 23d and 24th, 1915, with headquarters at the Coleman House. The exhibits and clinics will be held at the Casino on the beach just across
the ocean drive from the Coleman House. This glass-enclosed pavillion is over the ocean, and is an ideal place for this part or the convention. Practically every exhibitor of the 1914 convention signified his intention of returning to the 1915 gathering. The chairman of this committee, Dr. Chauncey F. Egel, of Westfield, has already arranged with other manu
sented. You are urged to use all the influence you can to secure the appointment of such delegates. THOMAS A. STOREY, Secretary, College of the City of New York.
New York City, N. Y.,
day, June 21st, 22nd and 23rd, 1915. Applicant must be a graduate of a reputable Dental School. Examination theoretical and clinical. Application and fee should be in the hands of the secretary fully two weeks before the axamination. For further particulars, write IRVIN M. STERNBERG, Sec’y,
Fort Smith, Ark.
FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF DENTAL
PENNSYLVANIA STATE DENTAL
The Florida State Board of Dental ex. aminers will meet in Tampa June 4, 5, 7 and 8th, 1915, for the purpose of examining applicants who wish to practise is Florida.
All applicants must exhibit diploma from some reputable Dental school, and have recent photograph of self.
Fee of $25.00 must accompany application.
Florida does not interchange license with any state.
Any further information may be had from,
W. G. MASON, Sec'y,
The forty-seventh annual meeting of the Pennsylvania State Dental Society will be held at Rajah Temple, Reading, Penna., on June 22nd, 23rd and 24th, 1915. GEORGE S. SCHLEGEL,
Cor. Secretary, 147 N. 8th St., Reading, Pa.
THE DENTAL EDUCATIONAL COUN.
CIL OF AMERICA.
THE NEW HAMPSHIRE DENTAL
The New Hampshire Dental Society will meet this year at the New Hotel Weirs, Weirs, N. H., June 22, 23, and 24. Am sorry I could not get this to you in season to get it in the March Journal but the committee had a hard time deciding where to hold the meeting. Trust it will go in to the May number.
15 No. Main St., Concord, New Hampshire.
G. E. Mitchell, President.
Legislation. J. V. Conzett, Chairman, Dubuque, Ia. L. L. Barber, Toledo, Ohio. H. L. Wheeler, New York City. G. E. Mitchell, Haverhill, Mass.
J. E. Christianson, Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Arkansas State Board of Dental examiners will hold an examination at the Marion Hotel in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
OHIO'S DELEGATES AND ALTER
NATES TO N. D. A. FOR 1915.
(For two years.) L. L. Barber, 718 The Spitzer, Toledo, Ohio.
H. C. Brown, 185 E. State Street, Col. umbus, Ohio.
L. E. Custer, 28 N. Ludlow, Dayton, Ohio.
J. R. Callahan, 25 Garfield Place, Cincinnati, Ohio.
(For one year.) W. A. Price, 10406 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.
F. M. Casto, 520-522 Rose Bldg., Cleve. land, Ohio.
C. W. Mills, 52 W. Second Ave., Chillicothe, Ohio.
E. C. Mills, 151 E. Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio.
not complied with the state laws, will be gratifying to all law abiding dentists.
Louisville, Ky., March 5, 1915. Dr. J. H. Baldwin, Sec'y.
Louisville, Ky. Dear Dr. Baldwin: We are just in receipt of a letter from the Collector of Internal Revenue advising us that, as suggested in our letter, the Commissioner of Internal Revenue has ruled that the terms, “legitimate practise of his profession,” as used in the Harrison Anti-Narcotic Law, require that a physician, dentist or veterinary surgeon, in order to register under the provisions of this law, must have complied with all of the laws of the state in which such physician, dentist or veterinary surgeon resides.
Yours very truly,
Counsel. State boards should be able to render aid to the Collector of Internal Revenue by opening to him the records of dentists who are law abiding.
QUACK DENTISTRY TEACHERS FIN.
ED BY JUDGE PRINDIVILLE.
State and City Dental Authorities Trap Cassius M. Carr and John J.
OHIO'S DELEGATES TO PANAMA.
PACIFIC DENTAL CONGRESS.
H. C. Brown, 185 E. State Street, Columbus, Ohio.
W. A. Price, 10406 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.
C. I. Keely, Hamilton, Ohio.
quacks-advertisers, this time, of a “sure cure for pyorrhea"were put out of business in Chicago yesterday. They are Cassius M. Carr of 527 East Thirty-fourth street and John J. Kitteringham Jr., of 531 East Thirtyfourth street. Carr and Kitteringham have been conducting the “College of New Dentistry” in room 900 at 30 North Dearborn street. Their principal stock in trade has been an offer to teach dentists their “positive cure" for pyorrhea, the most baffling complaint known to dentistry, on payment of $350.
A set of 150 dental instruments was included in the bargain, and the school until recently did a thriving business.
IMPORTANT RULING UNDER THE HARRISON ANTI-NARCOTIC
We are sure the follɔwing ruling under the Harrison Anti-Narcotic Law, covering the cases of dentists who have