—Dr. Everett H. Butterfield, formerly director of the Ottawa Tent Colony, has been made medical director of the Buffalo Rock Sanatorium for the Treatment of Tuberculosis, Ottawa.—Dr. Henry E. Wagner, Chicago, has returned from Europe.—Dr. Adolphus P. Standard, assistant surgeon at St. Francis Hospital, Macomb, has resigned and will take charge of the new Graham Hospital at Canton.
State Supplies Free Antitoxin.
—The State Board of Health announces that the refined and concentrated diphtheria antitoxin, which it supplies free of charge to all who need it in Chicago, is furnished by manufacturers operating under government license; that the antitoxin is of the highest quality and degree of purity, and in the opinion of the board, of higher potency than any serum in the market. In a recently-awarded contract, the unit of strength of antitoxin was as follows: 1,000 unit packages, 1,200 units per c.c.; 2,000 unit packages, 1,600