The tea concert given in London, November 18, by Mrs. James Brown-Potter, for the benefit of the American hospital ship Maine, netted $37,000.
Dr. R. Stansbury Sutton, Cincinnati, has sold his private hospital, "Terrace Bank Sanatorium," which was founded by him in 1883. The property is to be converted into an apartment building.
J. Schwalbe of Berlin, one of the editors of the Deu. Med. Woch., has compiled a valuable pamphlet containing a summary of the laws regulating admission to medical practice in ninety-eight civilized states, alphabetically arranged.
The secretary of war has granted leave of absence to Major Julian M. Cabell of the medical department. He has sailed for England to accept the position of surgeon on the hospital ship Maine, now being fitted out for South Africa.
Through gifts by Mrs. Sara Haldeman Haly, a new operating-room has been added to the Harrisburg (Pa.) Hospital. In addition the