procure the imperishable roster his unselfish labors have so auspiciously begun. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be furnished the press for publication. The following insignia, prepared and presented in silver and gold by Surgeon-General Joseph Jones, will be adopted and worn by the surviving members of the Medical Corps of United Confederate Veterans: Silver disk, one inch in diameter, containing a gold cross, on which are thirteen stars; on face inside edge, ‘Medical Corps, C. S. A. and C. S. N., 1861-‘65.’ On reverse—‘United Confederate Veterans, 1890.’ Name and rank of officer on both faces. After a short discussion, the meeting adjourned. The following chairman of committees will look after the visiting physicians from the States which they represent: Alabama—B. S. West, 714 Market street. Arkansas—G. A. Baxter, 115 east Eighth street. Florida—F. T. Smith, 10 west Ninth street. Kentucky—L. Y. Green, Lookout Mountain. Louisiana—W. L. Gahagan, 10 west Ninth street. Maryland—E. A. Cobleigh, 729 Chestnut street. Mississippi—N. C. Steele, 722 east Seventh street. Missouri—H. L. McReynolds, 638 Market street. North Carolina—T. G. Magee, 518 Georgia avenue. South Carolina—C. F. McGahan, Richardson block. Tennessee—P. D. Silms, 713 Georgia avenue. Texas—E. B. Wise, 713 Georgia avenue. Virginia—G. W. Drake, 320 Walnut street. West Virginia—J. E. Reeves, 20 McCallie avenue. New England States—E. M. Eaton, 20 east Eight street. Middle States—F. M. Severson, 826 Market street. Western States—J. J. Durand, 208 Pine street. North—western States—E. F. Kerr, 709 Market street. Canada—G. M. Ellis, 826 Market street. Foreign Countries—H. Berlin, 600 Market street.
W. Drake, M. D., Medical Director.