(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
—The Southern Pacific Company announces that the construction of a tuberculosis sanatorium at Tucson will be undertaken at once. The hospital department of the Southern Pacific Company was established in 1867. There is a Southern Pacific General Hospital in San Francisco which will be enlarged.
State Medical Election.
—At the annual meeting of the Colorado State Medical Society, Greeley, September 5, Dr. William Senger, Pueblo, was made president; Dr. William A. Kickland, Fort Collins, president elect; Drs. John B. Crouch, Colorado Springs, Burgett Woodcock, Greeley, Charles E. Condon, Leadville, and E. H. Munro, Grand Junction, vice presidents; Dr. F. B. Stephenson, Denver, medical secretary; Dr. Leo W. Bortree, Colorado Springs, treasurer; Dr. John R. Espey,