Medical College Increases Capital Stock.
—Notice has been filed with the secretary of state that the capital stock of the Birmingham Medical College has been increased from $15,000 to $75,000.
First-Aid Corps to Be Organized.
—The Tennessee Company has decided to organize a first-aid corps at six of its mining camps, and if the experiment succeeds, a detachment will be maintained at each of the mining camps of the company. The work is in charge of Dr. Matthew J. Shields.
Antituberculosis League Meeting.
—At the annual election of officers of the Montgomery Antituberculosis League, Dr. Frank H. McConnico was elected a vice-president, Dr. Gaston J. Greil, chairman of the executive committee, and Drs. Forney C. Stevenson and Glenn Andrews members of the committee. During the past year the league has established two dispensaries and distributed about 25,000 leaflets and 8,000 booklets setting forth the local health conditions. During the