Classes of Clinical Medicine
The governor of the state of Puebla, De Cabrera, ordered the closing of the state college, in which one of the subjects taught was medicine. On this account, the students requested the director of the Military Hospital of that city to allow the teaching of clinical medicine in that institution. The director endorsed the request, and after being approved by the War Department, these classes have begun. It is probable that they will continue to be given as long as the state college remains closed.
Morbidity and Mortality
Judging from the report relating to the month of July, published by the state council, sanitary conditions in this city are satisfactory. There were recorded only 1,061 deaths, of which 309 were due to gastritis and enteritis, 62 to bronchopneumonia, 69 to tuberculosis, 51 to pneumonia and only 3 to typhus fever.In the district known by the