This little work is a digest of the proceedings of the 12th annual assembly of the American Laryngological Association held in Baltimore, Md., May 29-31, 1890, inclusive, and is certainly suggestive of the enterprise and character of the members of this society—and is well worthy emulation by other medical organizations. Its pages are replete with many well written articles on laryngological and rhinological topics, together with discussions thereon. Its initial article is in substance a very practical address by Dr. Jno. N. McKenzie, president of the society, who gives in outline the objects of the association and shows the practical and great good that has followed the organization. Altogether it may be said that the work can be perused with advantage by both the general practitioner and specialist.