Conservative Treatment of Intestinal Occlusion by Inter= nal Electricity

R. P. Johnson
1898 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
times past, before we became so civilized, supposed to be for footmen only. The advent of this horrid means of locomotion is an instance in which the inventive genius of man has overtoppled itself, or at least he has invented a machine that causes a great many individuals to be overtoppled. Here in Seattle, bicycle riders pay a license and are permitted by law to ride on the side¬ walks, so footmen step aside as they whiz by or take the chances of suddenly converting the momentum of one of
more » ... machines and its rider into heat, light and electricity.
doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450210056013 fatcat:o36mtsjcbfbglm6q3ohifusqui