Dr. L. Breisacher of Detroit has assumed the medical directorship of the Ypsilanti Sanitarium.
Dr. H. P. Reiche, Baltimore, while getting off a street-car, was thrown to the ground and was seriously, but probably not fatally, injured.
Four volumes of the report of the Moscow International Congress are about completed, and the remaining three are expected to be ready by the end of the year.
According to report, the Board of Health of Nanticoke, Pa., is much exercised over a case now considered to be leprosy. The patient is said to be an Assyrian.
A Paris exchange mentions that "Breemount's Pride," one of the horses entered in the Auteuil races, has been wearing a tracheotomy tube for some time, and won a prize of $8000 soon after it was first inserted.
Dr. J. Ackerman Coles, Newark, N. J., has presented to Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, a Carrara marble bust of