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January 24, 1914

Medical News

JAMA. 1914;LXII(4):306-311. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560290056029

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Georgia Surgeons to Visit Louisiana.  —The members of the Georgia Surgeons' Club will be guests of the New Orleans profession, February 27 and 28; elaborate plans for entertainment have been made, and a number of interesting clinics have been arranged for the visiting surgeons.

New Officers.  —Georgia Medical Society of Chatham County at Savannah, January 13: president, Dr. Justin L. Jackson; vice-president, Dr. Eugene R. Corson; secretary-treasurer, Dr. Victor H. Bassett, all of Savannah.—Georgia Surgeons' Club at Atlanta: president, Dr. Edward C. Davis, Atlanta; secretary-treasurer, Dr. H. Clay Willis, Rome.—Thomas County Medical Association at Thomasville, December 18: president, Dr. James N. Isler, Meigs; secretary-treasurer, Dr. Arthur D. Little, Thomasville.—Macon Medical Society, December 3: president, Dr. Thomas H. Hall; secretary-treasurer, Dr. R. H. Stovall.—Eleventh District Medical Society at Valdosta: president, Dr. Charles W. Roberts, Douglas; secretary, Dr. J.

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