Steps are being taken to revive the Woman's Health Protective Association, which died some time ago owing to factional disturbances.
The health authorities here have seized 12 diseased cattle. Six animals were promptly slaughtered and found to be suffering from tuberculosis. They came from New Jersey.
The Board of Directors of the Episcopal Hospital has selected the following resident physicians of that institution: Samuel M. Ziegler, S. E. Moore, W. C. Drein, W. A. Steel and George B. Dandy.
A meeting of the Faculty of Medicine and Board of Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania was recently held for the purpose of determining the appropriation for the new laboratories to be built by that institution. Plans and specifications have already been drawn.
During the past year considerable improvement has been made at the League Island Navy-Yard, the barracks enlarged and a laboratory added. The number of men who applied for