March 5, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;LIV(10):799-805. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550360047005

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Personal.  —Dr. Russell B. Moore, Auburn, is reported to be dangerously ill.—Dr. Spurgeon Williams, Winder, is convalescent after smallpox.

Medical Society Election.  —The Fourth District Medical Society held its fifth semi-annual meeting at Newnan, February 15, and elected Dr. T. Neal Kitchens, Columbus, president, and Dr. Theodore B. Davis, Newnan, vice-president.

State Sanatorium Trustees Meet.  —The trustees of the State Tuberculosis Sanatorium held their annual meeting, February 15. Capt. W. C. Raoul reported that a desirable site had been purchased and plans for buildings had been adopted, with still a balance of $19,000 to be put into the buildings before the institution could be opened for the reception of patients, but that still further appropriations would be necessary. The following officers were elected: Dr. Thomas R. Whitley, Douglasville, president; Hon. T. D. Tinsley, vice-president; Dr. Marcus F. Carson, Griffin, secretary; Mr. J. T. Orm, treasurer, and Capt. W. C.

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