MICHIGAN HAS 3,098 DRUGGISTS Who Are Registered With the State Board of Pharmacy. The report of the state board of pharinaoy f or the fiscal year endiug J nne 30, aas been submitted to Gov. Pingree. Tbe financial statement shows that the I balance on hand at the baginning of the year was 847; received from renewal of certificares of 3,031 registered pbarmacists, $3,031 ; received from tbe renewal of certificates of 272 assistants, $136; received in tees from app'icauts for examination, $562; received from state treasurer, $500; total, $5,076. There was tnrued over to the board treasurer $4,347, leaving a balance ol $729 at the close of the year. 4ta During the year certificates were is sued to nine licentiates of other boards At the three examinations held 212 per sons were examined for certificates a registered pharmacists, and 46 for as sistants' certificates. But 65 of the former and 18 of the latter were suc cessfnl. Ninety oomplaints of violation of the pbarruacy law were received dnriug the year and turned over to the board' attorney for investigation and prosecu tion, with the following resnlts: Con victed, 39; acquitted, one; dropped on recommendation of the attorney, 36 disinissed by prosecnting attorney, one pending, six; lef 6 tbe state, three jury disagreed, one. The persons con victed paid $417 in fines and $95.45 in costs. The expense of the year's prosecutions was $771 The total expense of proseoutions froin the organization of the board to date i $8,018.20, while total fines and cost of $2,605.43 nave been paid by vio lators of the law. There is quite an army of legalized drug dispensers in the state. Secretary Perry reports a total of 3,098 registered phairuacists and 311 assistants at the close of the year. Of the former a tota of 4,373 and of tbe latter 1,018 have reg istered since the board was organized, while 1,275 and 707 respectively bave been dropped for failure to renew eer tificates, etc. If theBaby Is Cutting Teeth, Be sure and use that old and well-tried reniedy, MBS. Wikslow's Soothinq Sykup, for cbildren teething. It soothes the child softens the grums, allays all pain, cures wind coüc and is the best remedy for diarrhoea Twenty-flve cents a hottle. Estáte of Addeline C. Lockard. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COÜNT1' Oí Washtenaw, ss. At a session of the Pro bate Court tor the Oounty of Washtenaw, hol den at the Probate Office in the City of Anr Arbor, on Friday, the 30th day of July m the year one thousand eight hundrec and ninety-seven. Present, H. Wirt Newkirk, Judge of Pro bate. In the matter of the estáte of Addeline O. Lockard, üeceased. Arthur M. Lockard, the executor of tbe last will and testament of said deceased comes into court and represents that he ia now prepared to render bis final account as such oxecutor. Thereupon it is ordered that Saturday, the 8th day of August next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for 'examinïng and allowing such account, and that the devisees, legatees and heirs at iaw of said deceased and all other persons intereeted in said estáte, are required to apuear at a session of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the City of Ann Arbor, in said County, and show cause if any there be, why the said account should not be allowed. And it is further ordered that said executor give notice to the persons interested ín said estáte, of the pendency of said account, and the hearing thereof bjr causing a copy of this order to be pubiishedin the Ann Arbor Argus, a newspaper pnnted and circulating in said eounty, three successive weeks previous to said day of hearH. WIRT NEWKIRK, ,. , Judge of Probate. IA true copyO P. .1. Lehman Probate Resrister.