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April 20, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LVIII(16):1206-1213. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260040222019

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Abstract

New Officers.  —Sumter County Medical Society, at Livingston, March 21: president, Dr. W. J. Cocke; secretary-treasurer, Dr. D. S. Brockway, both of Livingston.

Arrested for Spitting.  —Two special sanitary officers detailed by the health department of Birmingham to watch for and arrest spitters on street cars made eleven arrests for this offense, March 13.

New Cottage for Tuberculosis Camp.  —Work has begun on the new cottage at the fresh-air camp of the Antituberculosis League at Montgomery, donated by the local camp of the Woodmen of the World.

Personal.  —Dr. T. C. Jones, Athens, is reported to be seriously ill with pneumonia.—Dr. Robert Nelson, health officer of Birmingham, has been appointed a member of the Chamber of Commerce committee on the abatement of the smoke evil and other nuisances.—Dr. W. S. Britt, Eufaula, Major M. C., N. G., Ala., assigned Fourth Infantry, has

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