To the Editor:
—While I was visiting the Medical School of the University of Louvain, last January, the professor of physiology in that institution asked me to help him, if possible, in procuring reprints dealing with American research along the lines of physiology, physiologic chemistry, pharmacology and related subjects. American writers desiring to aid the department at Louvain may address reprints to Dr. A. K. M. Noyons, Professor of Physiology, University of Louvain, Louvain, Belgium.
County Health Administration.
—The county government is the only normal and permanent channel through which governmental policies make the individual contact. The county government is the organ of application in health administration.—W. S. Rankin, Tr. Assn. Life Ins. Presidents, 1919.