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The officers spoken of as likely to suc- ceed him are Colonels Baxter, Sutherland, and Perin, and Lieu- tenant-Colonel Page, either of whom would do credit to the corps. It is generally thought here, however, that 'the choice will fall on Colonel Baxter, who is now the senior colonel in commission. The President has vetoed the bill legalizing dissections in the District of Columbia, on the ground that the bill did not provide Viagra Cialis Levitra Online Pharmacy sufficient safeguards against the delivery of bodies to unauthorized persons. It is understood that the measure will Viagra Cialis Levitra Online Pharmacy be amended and reintroduced. The local Committee of Arrangements of the Ninth Inter- national Medical Congress have now completed their organiza- tion, with Dr. A. Y. P. Garnett as chairman. Dr. J. M. Toner vice-chairman, and Dr. Heinschmidt as secretary. The full list of the committee is now printed for general information. The President, the Secretary of State, the President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives have author- ized the use of their names as patrons of the congress. The Medical Department of Georgetown University has pur- Viagra Cialis Levitra Online Pharmacy chased a lot on II Street, between Ninth and Tenth Streets, for the erection of the new medical college building. It is expected that the building will be ready for the recejition of the class in October nest. Dr. Joseph Taber Johnson, the President of the Medical Faculty, sailed for Europe last week. He will attend the British Medical Association as a delegate from the American Medical Association. The Senate has passed the yellow - fever commission bill, which was urged in person by Dr. Joseph Holt, of New Orleans, in behalf of the American Public Health Association. Some op- position on the part of some of the friends of the late National Board of Health, and some sentiments of frugality, induced Congress to amend the bill so that it now provides for the detail of two officers .already in the service, but with the proviso that they must be skilled in bacteriology and microscopical research. No provision is made in the bill for the appointment of a mem- ber of the commission from civil life, but the employment of experts is allowed. The sundry civil bill, as reported to the House, makes no provision for the continuance of the salaries of the National Board of Health. The board has had no general meeting for more than two years, and, since the lapse of its quarantine powers in 1883, has had little if any duty to perform. The bulk of the report for 1885, just issued, consists in a reprint of the consular reports from Europe, previously printed by the State Department, and a reprint of State health laws. Owing to the labor strike, the work on the new Medical Library and Museum has been suspended for some weeks — a fact greatly lamented by all frequenters of the present insecure building. Infectious Pleuro-pneumonia in Pennsylvania. — A fen- cases of the disease are reported to have been discovered among tattle on a farm in the town of Manor. All of the affected animals have been killed by order of the .State Veteiinarv Surgeon. July 3, 1886. LEADING ARTICLES. 15 NEW YORK MEDICAL JOURNAL, A Weekly Review of Medicine. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1886. MILITARY DRILL FOR SCHOOI^BOYS. It is pleasing to observe such signs of the interest that is coming to be manifested by the medical profession in Viagra Cialis Levitra Online Pharmacy the mat- ter of the pliysical education of youth as are shown in the dis- cussion that took place at a recent meeting of the Section in Clinical Medicine, Pathology, and Hygiene of the Suffolk Dis- trict Medical Society, of Boston, a summary of which was pub- lislied in our issue for June 19th, and the Viagra Cialis Levitra Online Pharmacy publication by the Government Bureau Viagra Cialis Levitra Online Pharmacy of Education of Dr. Edward Mussey Hart- well's admirable brochure entitled " Physical Training in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities." Although the effect of military drill on boys, which was the subject of discussion at the Boston meeting, was pictured by so eminent an authority as Dr. Dudley A. Sargent, of Harvard, as not only not beneficial, but in the case of all but vigorous boys positively injurious, we have to confess that we incline to favor the contrary position, which seems to have been upheld only by General Moore, the instructor in military drill in the Boston schools. In particular, our observation is quite in accord with General Moore's statement that, Viagra Cialis Levitra Online Pharmacy so far as injury was concerned, more boys had to be excused from drill on account of injury from gymnastic exercises than from injury in drill. 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