This is a well-printed volume, containing material which is confined for the most part to discussions on medical legislation and medical education, and to reviews of the progress of medicine. Such papers on cases and personal experience as were read during the session, are referred to by title only. The Board of Visitors to the Medical Department Arkansas Industrial University report favorably on the thoroughness of instruction imparted and the standard of examination. The number of matriculates for the session of 1882-83 was thirty-two, of which number four were candidates for graduation. Dr. Z. Orto, as Chairman. presented an interesting report on State Medicine; 208 names are borne on the list of members.