Money for Medical Department.
—The lower branch of the legislature on February 20 passed a bill appropriating $1,673,000 to further the interests of education. Of this the Medical College of Alabama, Mobile, is to receive $65,000.
—Dr. Charles H. Jones, Tempe, has been seriously ill with influenza.—Dr. Charles F. Hawley, Mesa, has removed to Bisbee.—Dr. D. D. Whedon, Tucson, has been appointed physician of Pima County.
—At a meeting of the Cochise County Medical Society, held at Bisbee, March 2, the following officers were elected: President, Dr. Fenn J. Hart, Bisbee; vice-presidents, Drs. Charles L. Caven, Bisbee, John E. Bacon, Tombstone, and James J. P. Armstrong, Douglas; secretary-treasurer, Dr. Edward S. Godfrey, Jr., Lowell, and censor, Dr. George A. Bridge, Bisbee.
Do Not Want Names Published.
—At a recent meeting of the Jefferson County Medical Society, the members of the society were urged to refrain