From Wood Hutchinson's Handbook of Health (1911):
Within fifty years from now the habitual use of alcohol will probably have become quite rare. It is already becoming "good form" among the best people not to drink; and the fashion will spread, as the bad effects of alcohol become more generally understood.
The title page identifies Hutchinson as a "Sometimes Professor." Normally, I'm not sure what that means. This time, I think I understand:
Sometime Professor of Anatomy, University of Iowa; Professor of Comparative Pathology and Methods of Science Teaching, University of Buffalo; Lecturer, London Medical Graduates' College and University of London; and State Health Officer of Oregon.