July 27, 1907

Medical News

JAMA. 1907;XLIX(4):333-338. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530040045012

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New Society at Lamar.  —The Prowers County Medical Society was organized July 4 at Lamar and a constitution and bylaws adopted. The following officers were elected: President, Dr. J. S. Hasty; secretary-treasurer, Dr. Elmer E. Bartelt, both of Lamar.

Personal.  —Drs. Bernard Oettinger and Samuel D. Hopkins, Denver, have been appointed examiners in lunacy to the County Court of the City and County of Denver.—Dr. Solomon Kahn, Leadville, was thrown from his buggy July 7 and seriously injured.—Dr. Henry L. Richardson, Colorado Springs, has been appointed coroner of El Paso County, in the absence of Dr. D. B. Laws.


Investigate Tuberculosis.  —The general assembly has authorized Governor Woodruff to appoint a commission of nine to investigate the prevalence of tuberculosis in the state.

Personal.  —Dr. S. J. Goldberg, Hartford, has been appointed assistant to Dr. Lyman at the Gaylord Sanitarium for Tuber

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