District Society Meetings.
—The Fifth Congressional District Medical Society held its fifth annual meeting in Atlanta October 5. The session was devoted to the discussion of pellagra. The following officers were elected: President, Dr. Hugh M. Lokey, Atlanta; vice-president, Dr. William D. Travis, Covington, and secretary-treasurer, Dr. J. Ross Simpson, Atlanta.—The Tenth District Medical Society, at its annual meeting, held in Augusta, November 9, elected the following officers: President, Dr. Noel M. Moore, Augusta; vice-president, Dr. Joshua R. Beall, Blythe; secretary-treasurer, Dr. George A. Traylor, Augusta; and district councilor, Dr. Wyman W. Pilcher, Warrenton. The principal address was delivered by the president-elect on "Pellagra."
New Hospital for Sterling.
—The charter for the Whiteside Public Hospital, Sterling, has been applied for and is expected to be granted in a short time. The prospects for the success of the institution are excellent, as both the laity and physicians of the