Dr. F. V. Floor, of Youngstown, Ohio, died Dec. 12, aged 52 years. He was a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.
The Bill to "regulate appointments in the Marine Hospital Service " passed both Houses of Congress just before adjournment. It now only awaits formal engrossment and signature to become a law.
Senator Call, of Florida, has introduced a joint resolution which was referred to a Senate Committee, giving thanks of Congress to the medical officers engaged in the work of suppressing the yellow fever epidemic in Florida.
The Medical Times, of Sacramento, California, Dr. J. H. Parkinson, Editor, is to commence the year 1889 with an increase in the number of its pages; a reduction in price to $2 per annum; and a change of name to Occidental Medical Times.
The Stimulus of Association.
—With twenty thousand members, the Association will have such power as to make itself felt