M. C. E. GUILLAUME, the director of the Bureau des Poids et Mesures at the Pavilion de Breteuil, Sèvres, has made it known that the Institute of France has started a hospital, using for the purpose the funds at its disposal, and the voluntary contributions of its members. In Great Britain there are about thirty Associés Etrangers and correspondants of the institute, who have been notified of the action of the institute, and they have responded generously to the appeal of their French colleagues.

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    Notes . Nature 94, 456–459 (1914).

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