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connection with the establishment of a hospital. Dr. I. H. Goldherger has been reappointed chair- man of the Bronx County Milk Commission. With him are associated Dr. S. Rosenzweig, Dr. Vincent Hay- ward, Dr. Stella Shafer-Epstein, and Dr. William Rost. Dr. Irving David Steinhardt has been appointed by the Jewish Board for Welfare Work in the United States Army and Navy to give instruction in the teaching of sex hygiene to the camp workers of this organization. The instruction will be given by a course of lectures, the first of which was delivered on Friday evening, January nth. Pneumonia in Training Camps. — Pneumonia caused 149 of the 235 deaths reported among the National Guards- men and National Army men training in this country in the week ending January nth. The weekly report of the Division of Field Sanitation shows that eighty-eight guardsmen died, as compared with log the week before, and 147 National Army men as against 167 the previous week. Both the hospital admission and nonefJective rates in the Guard and National Army Camps increased for the week, with pneumonia generally prevalent. Among the guardsmen there were 342 new cases of pneumonia, and in the National Army 340. Camp Doniphan, Okla., led the guard camps in the nuinber of new cases of pneumonia with fifty, and Camp Wheeler, Ga., was second, with forty-seven. Camps MacArthur, Tex. ; Bowie, Tex., and Beauregard, La., were above the average in the number of new cases with forty-five, fortj'-six, and thirty-six cases, respectively. Camp Travis, Tex., headed the National Army camps with new cases of pneumonia with ninety- four, against seventy-tvifo the week before; Camp Pike. Ark., was second with forty-one cases, and Camps Lee, Va.. and Taylor, Ky., reported twenty-four and thirty-four new cases, respectively. The week before there were fifty- nine new cases at Camp Lee. Meetings of Medical Societies to Be Held in New York During the Coming Week. — Monday, January 2lst, New York Academy of Medicine (Section in Oph- thalmology), Yorkville Medical Is It Legal To Purchase Viagra Online Society, Medical Associa- tion of the Greater City of New York (annual). Psychi- atric Society of Ward's Island ; Tuesday, January 22d, New York Academy of Medicine (Section in Obstetrics and Gynecology), New York Psychoanalytic Society, New York Dermatological Society, Metropolitan Medical So- ciety of New York City, New York Medical Union, New York Otological Society, New York City Riverside Practi- Is It Legal To Purchase Viagra Online tioners' Societv (annual), Valentine Mott Medical Society, Washington Heights Medical Society. Therapeutic Club Is It Legal To Purchase Viagra Online (annual) ; Wednesday, January 23d, New York Academy of Medicine (Section in Laryngology and Rhinology), New York Surgical Society. New York Society of Inter- nal Medicine ; Thursday, January 24th, Ex-Intern Society of Seney Hospital, Brooklyn, Hospital Graduates' Club. New York (annual). New York Physicians' .Association; Friday, January 25th, Society of New York German Phy- sicians, New York Clinical Society. Manhattan Medical Society, Society of Alumni of Sloane Hospital for Worncn, Brooklyn Society of Is It Legal To Purchase Viagra Online Internal Medicine, Italian Medical Society Is It Legal To Purchase Viagra Online of New York ; Saturday, January 26th, New York Medical and Surgical Society (annual). West End _ Medical Society, Harvard Medical Society. Lenox Medical and Surgical Society. The Lakewood General Hospital. — The work of con- verting the Lakewood, N. J., Hotel into a general hospital of a thousand beds is almost Is It Legal To Purchase Viagra Online complete. The recreation grounds make it an ideal place for convalescents. For the present it will care for the sick of the Army from camps, cantonments, and ports of embarkation, under command of Colonel Allen M. Smith, M. C. Instruction in the Treatment of Infected Wounds. — The Department of Surgery of the Long Islaiid College Hospital has arranged a practical course of instruction in the treatment of infected wounds for medical officers of the Army and Navy. This course consists of ten daily sessions from 9 to 12 a. m., Saturdays excepted, and is open to classes of not more than six members. A new class will be started on the first and third Mondays of each month. The course will be conducted by Professors Campbell, Harloe, and Oliver. Rules for Physical Examination of Recruits to Be Revised. — A board has been appointed to meet in Wash- ington, D. C. at the call of the senior member, for the purpose of revising the regulations for the physical exam- ination of applicants for enlistment in the army and regis- trants under the selective service regulations. This board consists of the following members : Colonel George E. Bushnell, United States Army, retired ; Lieutenant Colonel Thomas L. Rhoads, Medical Corps ; Lieutenant Colonel Philip W. Huntington, Medical Corps; Major Pearce Bailey, Medical Reserve Corps; Major Joseph C. Blood- good, Medical Reserve Corps; Major Elliot G. Brackett, Medical Reserve Corps; Major William H. G. Logan, Medical Reserve Corps; Major Warfield T. Longcope, Medical Reserve Corps; Major Walter R. Parker, Medical Reserve Corps; Major Qiarles W. Richardson, Medical Resei-ve Corps ; Contract Surgeon Henry H. Morton, United States Army (alternate. Contract Surgeon William .\. Pusey, United States Army). Medical Problems in the War Draft. — A stated meet- ing of the Medical Association of the Greater City of New York will be lield in Du Bois Hall, New York .Academy of Medicine, Monday, January 21st, at 8:30 p. m. The evening will be devoted to a discussion of Medical Prob- lems in the War Draft. Papers on the subject will be pre- sented as follows: Rehabilitation of the Rejected, by Dr. William Harris Sheldon ; The Practical Operation of the Selective Service Act, by Roger B. Wood, Esq., recently Director of the Draft in New York City for the Is It Legal To Purchase Viagra Online Adjutant General of the State of New York; The Medical Advisory Boards, by Dr. Charles N. Dowd ; The Need for Standardization of Local Board and Army Examinations, by Dr. Richard Ward Westbrook ; Some Abuses of the Medical Side of the Draft, by Dr. Victor C. Pedersen; The Cardiovascular Problem in the Draft, by Dr. Harlow Brooks. The discussion will be opened by Dr. James F. Rooney, from the office of the Adjutant General of the State of New York, and Dr. James S. Waterman. Health Commissioner of the City of New York. — Dr. J. Lewis .\mster, of 2055 Bathgate .'\venue, the Bronx, has been appointed Commissioner of Health for the City of New York, to succeed Dr. Haven Is It Legal To Purchase Viagra Online Emerson, at a salary of $7,500 a year. Doctor .Amster was born in New York in 1870. was graduated from the Collece of the City of New Y'ork, and in 1898 from Cornell University Medical School. He has served as house surgeon in the Lying-in Hospital, and as house physician in St. Mark's Hospital, and is clinical assistant surgeon at the Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital and consulting surgeon to the Home for the Aged and to the Hospital of the Little .Sisters of the Poor. He is president of the Cornell Medical .Alumni