Special Colonies for Epileptics.
—If the plan proposed by the State Board of Charities to the present legislature goes into effect and the appropriation of $803,000 sought is granted, three special colonies for epileptics will be established in the state; one at Kankakee, one at Anna, and a third for feebleminded epileptics at Lincoln.
—Dr. George A. Zeller, superintendent of the Illinois Hospital for the Incurable Insane, South Bartonville, returned March 3 from a trip of observation and study through Europe.—Dr. Shelley B. Hall has been elected president; Dr. Joseph P. Comegys, vice-president, and Dr. Emily Wright, secretary-treasurer of the medical staff of St. Anthony's Hospital, Rock Island.
Tuberculosis Bill Wins.
—By a vote of 140 to 2, the legislature on March 10, passed the Glackin bill, which authorizes cities