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August 25, 1934

Medical News

JAMA. 1934;103(8):613-616. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750340077019

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Personal.—  Dr. Coleman D. McLeod, Fairfield, has been appointed health officer of Covington County, with headquarters at Andalusia.—Dr. Ernest G. Moore, Whatley, has been made health officer of Bullock County, succeeding Dr. William A. Stanley, who has gone to Coffee County in the same capacity.


Resolution Urges Prohibition of Fireworks.—  The sale and use of fireworks in New Haven are disapproved in a resolution unanimously adopted by representatives of civic organizations and the board of health, July 18. The resolution requests the board of aldermen of the city to enact a suitable ordinance prohibiting the sale and use of fireworks.

Clinical Congress of State Society.—  The Connecticut State Medical Society will conduct its tenth clinical congress in New Haven, September 18-20. On the program will be the following physicians:George E. Bennett, Baltimore, Symptomatology, Diagnosis and Treatment of Lumbosacral and Sacro-Iliac Strain.Russell L. Cecil, New York, Treatment of

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