HUMAN AND Bovine Tuberculosis.—At a meeting of the National Veterinary Association, on May 8, in a paper written by Mr. J. K. Cox, of the Army Veterinary Department, several cases were cited where the milk from "wasting cows " was used for food, and those using the milk were attacked with phthisia and died. Apparently there is no question among veterinarians that tuberculosis is communicable in the milk and flesh of animals to man; and if thus communicable in the process of digestion, how much more must it be communicable when the products of disease from tuberculous animals are inoculated in the blood under the euphemism of "pure lymph from the calf!" . (Vaccination Inquirer 1883 Vol5 p114)