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November 14, 1903

Medical News.

JAMA. 1903;XLI(20):1213-1217. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490390037010

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Hot Springs Visitors' Protective Association.  —At the meeting, October 27, the association endorsed the work done by th executive committee and unanimously chose the same committee to carry on the fight. The committee consists of Drs. Algernon S. Garnett, Thomas E. Holland, Gaston A. Hebert, Paul T. Vaughan and Howard P. Collings. Dr. Oliver H. Barton was elected president and Dr. Frank W. Jelks secretary of the association.

The Grand Jury Indictment.  —Drs. C. Travis Drennen and Thomas E. Holland, Hot Springs, were recently indicted by the grand jury for "drumming." That the act of the grand jury does not meet the approval of the profession is apparent from the following resolution passed by the Visitors' Protective Association:Whereas, It has been brought to the knowledge of the Visitors' Protective Association that the grand jury has found true bills against Drs. C. T. Drennen and T. E. Holland, charging

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