The fifty-third annual commencement of the University of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y., was held April 25. The graduates in medicine numbered forty-eight.
Dr. 0. Beverley Campbell, president of Central Medical College, St. Joseph, Mo., will sail for Europe this month. He will spend a year with Lawson Tait.
At its last session, the legislature of Minnesota granted the Minnesota State Board of Health $7500 per annum, for the next two years, for bacteriologic work.
A cablegram has been received by the surgeon-general of the marine-hospital service, stating that eight cases of yellow fever have developed in Vera Cruz, Mexico.
Dr. James Nevins Hyde, Chicago, has been appointed one of the editors of the International Journal of Leprosy, Berlin, which is to begin publication this month.
It is reported that a virulent type of smallpox has simultaneously appeared in various parts of Germany, the principal foci of which seem to be