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Hospital Soon Ready.
—The Whiteside Public Hospital, Sterling, is completed and ready to receive patients.
Wants State Sanatorium.
—In the December Bulletin of the Illinois State Board of Health, the secretary, Dr. James A. Egan, makes a strong plea for the establishment of a state sanatorium for tuberculosis.
—At the annual meeting of Talbott County Medical Society, held December 22, the following officers were elected: Dr. Charles F. Davidson, Easton, president; Drs. Philip L. Travers, Easton, and Joseph A. Ross, Trappe, vice-presidents; Dr. Clifford M. Stelle, Cordova, secretary-treasurer; Dr. James A. Stevens, Easton, delegate to the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty; Dr. Charles H. Rose, Cordova, alternate; and Drs. Samuel C. Trippe, Royal Oak, William S. Seymour, Trappe, and S. Denny Wilson, Easton, censors.— Dorchester County Medical Society, at its annual meeting, held in Cambridge, December 14, elected Dr. Victor C. Carroll, Cambridge, president; Dr. C. Frank
Medical News. JAMA. 1910;LIV(1):57–63. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550270057009