Dr. Julius Stumpf of Werneck has been appointed professor ex. of legal medicine at Würzburg.
Dr. John K. Mitchell of Philadelphia recently gave a clinic before the Bradford (Pa.) County Medical Society.
Reunions of several classes of the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania were held during the past week.
Dr. Alfred S. Rummell, Geneseo, Ill., has been appointed assistant-surgeon of the Sixth Regiment, Illinois National Guard.
The Frankfurt Institute for Serum Testing will soon be completed, when the present establishment at Steglitz will be removed there.
On June 7, Cornell University Medical College held its first annual commencement. There were fifty-eight in the graduating class, twelve women.
Dr. Robert Garrett has been appointed first arsistant and Dr. Jos. K. Shriver, clinical assistant at Maryland Hospital for the Insane (Spring Grove Asylum.)
The Lacaze prize, of the value of $2000, for the best contribution to the study of typhoid