The death of Dr. Norman Kerr, is cabled from London, England, May 31.
The first death from yellow fever, in New Orleans, La., this summer, occured May 30.
Dr. Bayard Holmes, Chicago, leaves this week for Europe, expecting to return about October 1.
On June 13, the Johns Hopkins University will graduate 120, including 43 A. B's, 39 Ph. D's and 33 M. D's.
Dr. G. C. Savage, Nashville, Tenn., has been elected secretary of the medical department of Vanderbilt University.
Dr. Wm. L. Ballenger, Chicago, has resigned the chair of otology in the Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat College.
Dr. Arthur Dean Bevan, professor of anatomy in Rush Medical College, Chicago, has been made associate professor in surgery.
A caśe of smallpox was recently discovered in the public almshouse on Blackwell's Island, N. Y., and the institution was at once placed under strict quarantine.
The Annual commencement of