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THE VACANCY ON THE GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL.—Mr. George Jackson, F.R.C.S. (Eng.), of Plymouth, has announced his retirement from the contest in favour of Sir Walter Foster, M.P., who has consented to stand, and whose address is already published. Sir Walter was for ten years direct representative of the profession on the Council up to November last, and was recently presented with the gold medal of the British Medical Association at the annual meeting in London, for his services on the Council. He is nominated by the Presidents of the Royal College of Physicians, London, and the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Sir James Paget, Bart., Mr. Pridgin Teale (of Leeds) one of the representatives of the Privy Council on the General Medical Council), and others prominent in the medical world. Sir Walter Foster only returned on Thursday last from Montreal, where he had been attending the meeting of the British Medical Association. From his address it appears that Sir Walter Foster is 'resolutely opposed to any legis- lation which would register women as midwives and enable them to practice midwifery without the superintendence of a registered medical practitioner.'

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