Vol. VI September, 1920 No.
Report of the Terminology 'Committee
We have pleasure in recording the successful labors of the
Terminology Committee in obtaining the official acceptance of its
Bacteriological Terms by the Ministry of Education. The Chairman of
the Sub-Committee on Bacteriological Terms was Di\ Joseph L. King
(£E % &), with whom were associated Dr. C. Yoonping Yui and others.
Willi the completion of this section, the Terminology Committee has
finished the terms on Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physics, all of which
have been recognized by tbe Central Government, Much headway has
therefore been made in laying on this difficult but exceedingly important
foundation of medicine in China, and the members forming the
committee, deserve the best thanks of the nation for their task. In this
connection, we may make the welcome announcement of a handsome
annual contribution of §500 for five years to our Association from tire
China Medical Board of the Rockefeller Foundation towards meeting the
expenses of this work.
Vice, Famine, and Slavery
In our last number, we had occasion to congratulate Shanghai on
having taken the first step towards reducing, if not abolishing entirely,
the widespread traffic in girls, which has been such a prominent feature