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64.30 96.45 128.60 160.75 192.90 225.05 257.20 289.35

385.81 417.96 450.11 482.26 514.41 546.56 578.71 610.86
643.01 675.16 707.31 739.46 771.61 803.76 835.91 868.00 900.21 932.36
964.51 996.66 1028.81 1060.96 1093.11 1125.26 1157.42 1189.57 1221.72 1253.87
40 1286.02 1318.17 1350.32 1382.47 1414.62 1416.77 1478.92 1511.07 1543.22 1575.37
50 167.52 1639.67 1671.82 1703.97 1736.12 1768.27 1800.42 1832.571864.72 1896.87
60 1929.03 1961.18 1993.33 2025.48 2057.63 2089.78 2121.93 2154.08 2186.23 2218.38
70 2250.53 2282.68) 2314.83 2346.98 2379.13 2411.28 2443.43 2475.58 2507.73 2539.88
80 2572.03 2604.18 2636.33 2668.48 2700.64 2732.79 2764.94 2797.09 2829.24 2861.39
90 2893.54 2925.69 2957.81 2989.99 3022.14 3054.29 3086.44 3118.59 3150.74 3182.89

TABLE XLIV.-FOR CONVERTING TROY OUNCES INTO GRAMS.

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493.83 509.26 524.69 540.13
648.15 663.58 679.02 694.45 709.88
771.61 787.04 802.47 817.91 833.34 848.77 864.20
925.93 941.36 956.80 972.23 987.66 1003.09 1018.53 1033.96 1049.39 1064.82
1080.25 1095.69 1111.12 1126.55 1141.98 1157.42 1172.85 1188.28 1203.71 1219.14
1231.58 1250.01 1265.44 1280.87 1296.30 1311.74 1327.17 1342.60 1358.03 1373.47
1388.90 1404.33 1419.76 1435.19 1450.63 1466.06 1481.49 1496.92 1512.36 1527.79

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TABLE.

21. Cubic feet into litres or cubic decimetres. 22. Cubic metres into cubic feet.

23. Litres into cubic inches.

24. Cubic inches into cubio centimetres. 25. Hectolitres into bushels.

26. Bushels into litres.

27. Hectolitres into wine gallons.
28. Wine gallons into litres.
29. Wine quarts into millilitres.
30. Hectolitres into wine quarts.
31. Litres into fluid ounces.

32. Fluid ounces into centilitres.

33. Tonneaux or milliers into long tons. 34. Long tons into kilograms.

35. Tonneaux or milliers into short tons.

36. Short tons into kilograms.

37. Kilograms into avoirdupois pounds. 38. Avoirdupois pounds into grams.

13. Centares or square metres into square yards. 39. Kilograms into avoirdupois lbs. and ounces. 14. Square yards into centares or square metres 15. Square metres or centares into square feet. 16. Square feet into square decimetres.

17. Square metres or centares into square ins 18. Square inches into square centimetres. 19. Cubic metres or steres into cubic yards. 20. Cubic yards into litres.

40. Avoirdupois pounds and ounces into grams. 41. Kilograms into avoirdupois ounces. 42. Avoirdupois ounces into grams. 43. Kilograms into troy ounces. 44. Troy ounces into grams. 45. Grams into grains.

46. Grains into grams.

Synopsis of the Proceedings of the Galveston Medical Society at is Annual Meeting, January 8, 1867.

The Society met, pursuant to adjournment, President E. Randall in the chair.

The Minutes of the last Monthly and Annual Meetings read and approved.

Dr. M. Campbell, Treasurer, made his Annual Report, which was received.

The subject of the revision of the By-laws and Constitution was then introduced. Several alterations and amendments to the same were suggested and duly acted upon; they were then adopted as a whole.

On motion, a committee of three was appointed to alter the fee-bill, making currency the standard of charges. Committee--Drs. Dowell, Kelly, and Welch.

Dr. Welch read a paper on the subject of the retention of the placenta, which was promptly relieved by the administration of the bi-carbonate of soda; also a paper descriptive of a case of uticaria (nettle rash), consequent upon the administration of sulphate of quinine.

Dr. T. J. Heard read a paper, subject-diptheria.

On motion, the President was requested to appoint a committee of two to draft resolutions of respect, expressive of the sense of the society,at the death of Dr. Saml. Randall. Committee-Drs. Welch and Campbell. Report received and unanimously adopted.

The censors reported favorably on the application of Dr. F. A. Tompkins.. Report received and the applicant duly elected to membership.

Dr. Danells presented applicant for membership. Referred.

The election of officers for ensuing year was next in order lowing gentlemen were put in nomination and elected :-

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President Randall, on-retiring, made a few remarks, congratulating the society on their prosperous advancement, and concluded by urging the members to be more prompt in their attendance in future.

Dr. Heard was then conducted to the chair; thanked the society for the honor conferred; asked their indulgence for himself in the performance of his official duties; expressed a hope that the society would continue to prosper, and concluded by recommending a prompt attendance on the meetings of the society.

On motion, the thanks of the society were tendered to Dr. Randall for the manner in which he had discharged his duties as President of the society.

There being no further business, the society adjourned.

C. H. MCGILL,

Secretary.

Resolutions on the Death of Dr. S. Randall.

Whereas, it has pleased a Divine Providence, no less all-wise than all-powerful, to remove from our midst our lamented brotlier, Dr. Saml. Rand al, be it

Resolved, That in the death of Dr. S. Randall the medical profession in Galveston has lost one who was distinguished by his zealous devotion to its cause and his untiring industry in the discharge of his duties; the Galveston Medical Society a most efficient, though modest and

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