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Dr. A. C. Bernays of St. Louis has resigned his chair in the Marion Sims Medical College.
It is proposed in Germany to raise the age limit for criminal prosecution from the twelfth to the fourteenth year.
Dr. Charles Wirgman of Philadelphia, who recently returned from a trip to England, has gone to Bermuda for several weeks.
Two additional fatal cases of tetanus, probably the last of the long list of Fourth of July victims, are reported from New York City.
The site for the new building of the medical department of Hamline University, Minneapolis, Minn., has been chosen directly opposite the new city hospital building.
The reconstruction of six of the Paris hospitals, including the Charité and the Laennec, is urgently demanded by the Prefect, and ways and means are now under consideration.
The bronze statue in memory of Dr. William Pepper, Philadelphia, has been placed on its pedestal
Medical News. JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(7):423–424. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450590053020
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