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Tuberculosis Ward Equipped.
—W. E. Colwell, Birmingham, has donated equipment for a ward in the new sanatorium established at Red Mountain by the Birmingham Antituberculosis Society. Ten of the twelve rooms have already been furnished and the patients were removed to the institution last week.
—Dale County Medical Society held its annual meeting in Ozark, January 11, and elected the following officers: president, Dr. Robert D. Reynolds, Jr., Ozark; vice-president and censor, Dr. Andrew J. Morris, Newton; secretary-treasurer, Dr. M. 0. Grace, Ozark; censors, Drs. Erastus B. Ard, Ozark; Samuel M. C. Howell, Midland City; William D. Mixson, Ozark, and Henderson L. Holman, Ozark; county health officer for four years, Dr. Erastus B. Ard, Ozark; health officer for Ozark, Dr. M. 0. Grace; for Midland City, Dr. Samuel M. C. Howell; for Pinckard, Dr. R. G. Cary; for Newton, Dr. James E. Stokes, and for Ariton, Dr.
Medical News. JAMA. 1911;LVI(10):750-757. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560100042027