Boston, April 23, 1906.
To the Editor:
—I am sure your readers will be glad to know, through the columns of The Journal, something of the progress which is being made by their committee in the raising of funds for some suitable memorial to the late Dr. N. S. Davis of Chicago.I am delighted to report that the committees from each of the several states have already taken up the work with enthusiasm. It is the purpose of your committee to make this movement in honor of the founder of our great Association an especial honor and privilege to every member. The sum of 25 cents each would aggregate a total ample for this purpose, and your committee feels that such universal remembrance would be an honor and a privilege to every one of the great army of over 100,000 physicians to be sharers. It is the desire of