September 23, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLV(13):927-934. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510130047013

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Personal.  —Dr. John G. Franken, Chandlerville, is slowly recovering from injuries recently sustained in a runaway accident.—Dr. Roy F. Rogers, Shelbyville, has returned from his trip to Europe.

Hospital Under Way.  —The Taylorville Hospital Association has already raised $6,218 toward its building fund, and by October 1 the entire amount required of $10,000 is expected to be raised. Bids for construction of the hospital were opened September 20.

Case Against Physicians Failed.  —In the damage suit brought by George Gillogly of Mount Carroll against Drs. Firestone, Karcher and Bushnell, Freeport, for alleged malpractice, the plaintiff did not make out his case and the judges entered an order to dismiss the suit.

Municipal Control of Milk Supply.  —At a receent meeting cf the Sangamon County Medical Society resolutions were adopted favoring the municipal control of the milk supply of Springfield, which, it was stated, is absolutely necessary in order to

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