Dr. James C. Wilson, Philadelphia, sails July 27 for Europe, to be gone several months.
Additions costing $10,000 are to be made to the University Medical College, Kansas City, Mo.
A roof garden for convalescents is to be added to the Union Protestant Infirmary at Baltimore, Md.
Dr. J. E. Brown has retired from the managing editorship of the Columbus (Ohio) Medical Journal.
Dr. E. E. Hubbard, Kansas City, Mo., has been made demonstrator of pathology in the Medico-Chirugical College of that city.
Dr. M. S. French, Philadelphia, who was secretary of the National Relief Association during the recent war with Spain, has gone to Europe for rest and recreation.
The RECEIVING wards of the University Hospital, Philadelphia, are being enlarged on account of the increased number of patients being treated there.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England will celebrate its centenary next year, and preparations are already being