The Baltimore Medical College has appropriated $3500 toward building a gymnasium for its use.
An International Congress of medical ethics is being organized to follow the Congress of Medicine, at Paris in 1900.
Governor Roosevelt is reported to have signed an amendment to the New York civil code, which prohibits a physician from divulging any information concerning a patient, either before or after death.
At the Hospital for the Insane, Kankakee, Ill., the medical force has been reduced from thirteen to ten physicians, the three retiring being non-residents of the State.
Dr. Irwin Schueller, Columbus, Ohio, has been appointed health officer to succeed his father, the late Dr. J. B. Schueller. He has for several years been studying sanitary science in Europe.
The Paris Academy of Medicine has elected Lord Lister and Robert Koch foreign associate members, the first time foreigners have been thus appointed who were not already connected