—The Alumni Association of the Medical Department of the University of Alabama will sponsor a seminar at the Medical College of Alabama in Birmingham, May 21-23. Dr. Louis H. Bauer, Hempstead, N. Y., President of the American Medical Association, will be among the speakers. Other out-of-state speakers include: Drs. William H. Anderson, Booneville, Miss.; Harry E. Bacon and Albert Behrend, Philadelphia; Henry Boswell, Sanitorium, Miss.; Haven Emerson and George T. Pack, New York; William G. Hamm, Atlanta, Ga.; Emil Novak, Baltimore; Oscar B. Nugent, Chicago; A. Neal Owens, New Orleans; Jean P. Pratt, Detroit; Edgar R. Pund, Augusta, Ga.; William R. Sandusky, Charlottesville, Va.; Robert L. Sanders and Harwell Wilson, Memphis, Tenn.; and Paul C. Williams, Dallas, Texas. All members of the medical and allied professions are invited.
Quarantine on Mussels.
—According to Dr. Wilton L. Halverson, San Francisco, state director of public health, the gathering
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