The new Institute for Experimental Therapeutics, at Frankfort, was recently inaugurated. Erhlich is the superintendent.
Smallpox is reported to be epidemic in Kamarouska County, Quebec, where eighty-seven cases have been verified, most of them of a mild type.
Cable dispatches announce the death in Edinburgh of Dr. William Ireland Wheeler, a former president of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
The muncipal authorities of Moscow have bestowed a pension of 807 roubles on the widow of Dr. Schnaubert, the late medical superintendent of the city hospital.
One of the pavilions of the hospital at Sagua, Cuba, recently collapsed during a storm, resulting in four deaths, eight severely wounded and a large number more or less injured.
The famous Breslau surgeon, Mikulicz, belongs to an old Polish noble family. His title has been officially recognized in Germany, and henceforth he will be von Mikulicz-Radecki.
Major-General Hutton, commander of the Canadian