28 Animals 1 (1895-1896)

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                                        I would  not enter on my list of friends,
                                        Though  graced with polished manners and fine sense,
                                        Yet wanting  sensibility, the man
                                        Who   needlessly sets foot upon a worm.- COWPER.


Vol. 28.                                        Boston, June, 1895.                                                      No. 1.


Crosseup &  West Engra  ing Co., 11  ilb-et St., Phildliphia.
                           A  TROUBLESOME QUESTION.
                        PLEASE,  SIR, I CAN'T BOUND CHINA.


      THE  ANTI-VIVISECTION WAR.
MR. ANGELL STIRS UP THE MEDICAL PROFESSION.
  In the Boston Herald of May 6, under the above
headings, we find an article of two columns, from
which it appears that certain physicians, inter-
viewed by a Herald reporter, have thought that
in publishing* our offer of .9100 for evidence to
enable our Society to convict any man of violat-
ing the laws of Massachusetts in the practice of
vivisection, we have made an attack on the medical
profession.
  When, in 1879, as a director of the American
Social Science Association, we, during ten success-
ive days, exposed through the columns of the
Boston Herald the enormous sales of poisonous
and  dangerously adulterated foods and other
articles, a Boston trade journal declared that we
had attacked every trade in the city of Boston, and
proposed to have a public meeting held in Faneuil
Hall to vindicate the mercantile reputation of the
city.
  We replied that we had only attacked the rascals
in every trade, and that if they should succeed in
getting up the proposed meeting we would cheer-
fully pay $25 for the privilege of addressing the
meeting.
  Before that great battle-waged through the
daily papers of Boston, and widely over the coun-
try, resulting in a Congressional Report which
embodied more than a hundred pages of evidence
we had furnished-was ended, the leading grocers
of Boston came to us for assistance at the State
House to secure the passage of a law against these
dangerous and injurious adulterations, declaring
that unless some such law could be enacted every
honest man in the trade woould be driven ot of busi-
ness.
  So now, to this suggestion that we have made
an attack on the medical profession we answer
that we attack no man who is not violating the laws
of the State.
  Perhaps no one has a higher appreciation than
we  have for the noble and humane  men  and


#    PEACE ON EARTH,
z  KINDNESS, JUSTICE
      AND MERCY TO
      EVERY LIVING
        CREATURE.


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