The Graduate School of Medicine has recently adopted a plan which gives good promise of increasing the usefulness of the School to local practising physicians. It has hitherto been possible for regular students of the Medical School to purchase coupons to be used for admission to separate lectures and clinics enabling them "to exercise a wider choice and to secure greater elasticity in their plans for study." Now this opportunity is extended to graduates of recognized medical schools. One of the coupons may be applied to subscribing for the "Monthly Announcement of the Harvard Graduate School of Medicine," a publication which keeps its readers informed of all the details of instruction available for graduate students. Thus the doctor in active pracice can learn just where and when he can acquire the latest knowledge in any branch of his profession, and by using the other coupons to avail himself of the opportunities presented, he can shun the dangers of "falling behind the times."