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The Cancer Commission was formed, and its efforts have been so successful that it has in hand or promised not only the amount needed for the construction of the hos- pital, but $250,000 additional. Large as this sum is, it is not sufficient for a permanent endowment. The commis- sion estimates that $30,000 annually will be required for the support of the hospital. It hopes to obtain an en- dowment of $400,000. The Medicolegal Society will hold its April meeting in joint session with the psychological section, at the Wal- dorf Astoria, in the evening of Wednesday, .April 26th, at eight o'clock. Judge William H. Francis will preside. The programme includes the following papers : A Half Century's Progress in Medical Jurisprudence, bv Frank T. Lodge. Esq., of the Detroit Bar: How Booth's Body was Hidden, by Dr. George L. Porter, of Bridgeport, Conn. ; The Human Awakening, by Floyd B. Wilson, Esq., of New York, chairman of the psychological section; (a,> Does not the Fact that the Embalming Fluid Did and Must Have Entered the Lungs of William M. Rice De- monstrate the Innocence of .Albert T. Patrick of the Crime for which he was Tried. Convicted, and Sentenced to Death? (b) Did not the Medical Evidence given by the State that the Embalming Fluid Could Not Enter the Lungs Mislead Qual O Nome Do Medicamento Generico Do Viagra Both Court and Jury, and >\as not the Re- sult a Clear Miscarriage of Justice? by Clark Bell. Esq., of New York. A report of the progress in the case of Albert T. Patrick will be presented by the select com- mittee. Prominent members of the medical and legal profession will !)e present and lake part in the discussions. 794 NEWS ITEMS. 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Infectious Diseases in New York: ■ We are indebted to the Bureau of Records of the De- partment of Health for the folloimng statement^ of new cases and deaths reported for the tzvo zveeks ending April '^'"^"'- ApnlSth. .^pril,;th. Cases. Deaths. Cases. Deaths. Tuberculosis pulmonalis 553 '95 480 1 54 Diphtheria and croup 316 39 33» 3- Measles =75 i« ■.°45 "i" Scarlet fever biz 31 596 34 Smallpox ■■ ■■ Varicella 212 . I57 Typhoid fever ^5 6 26 4 Whooping cough 64 "2 05 H Cerebrospinal meningitis 7 7 » ^ Total 2. 664 308 2. -IS ^ -^So Gifts and Bequests to Hospitals. — Christ Hospital, of Jersey City, will receive one-third of a bequest of $50,000, through the will of Francis King who died recently. By the will of Frederic W. Beinhauer, the Presbyterian Hospital, the German Hospital, and St. John's Guild, of New York, will become residuary legatees. At the sixth annual donation day. at the Roosevelt Hos- pital, Philadelphia, held on March 15th, the cash donations amounted to $500. There were many gifts of clothing, food, and other useful articles besides. By the will of Mrs. Alice A. Hicks, of Old Westbury, L. I., who died on February 17th, the Nassau Hospital Association will receive $100,000. The Qual O Nome Do Medicamento Generico Do Viagra will also contains a bequest of $50,000 to the New York Association for the Improvement of the Condition of the Poor.