Toronto, Jan. 13, 1900.
Surg. Lieut.-Col. Worthington, Sherbrooks, Quebec, and Surgeon-Major Duff, Kingston, Ont., are to have charge of the medical affairs of the second Canadian contingent.
Surg. Lieut.-Col. Ryerson, Toronto, goes in the interests of the Red Cross Association, and will not be assigned any professional duties either on the voyage out or on his arrival at Cape Town.
The Doctors of Victoria, B. C., have formed a local medical association. One of the most important articles of their constitution is that its members shall not act as lodge physicians.
Kamloops, B. C., still continues to be very much exercised over its general hospital. At a public meeting a short time ago, Dr. Proctor presented the financial report and, after hearing it, the meeting passed a unanimous resolution asking for government assistance in order to support the town in carrying on the institution.
The general health of Vancouver,