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November 28, 1903

Medical News.

JAMA. 1903;XLI(22):1352-1356. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490410042011

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Abstract

ARKANSAS. 

No Collusion Allowed.  —The Government Medical Board at Hot Springs has authoritatively stated that any registered physician found to be assisting unregistered practitioners, by writing bathing directions or in any other way, will be rigidly dealt with.

Officers Elected.  —At the annual meeting of the Pulaski County Medical Society, held at Little Rock, November 2, the following officers were elected: President, Dr. Strodder U. King; vice-president, Dr. John H. Kinsworth; secretary, Dr. Charles C. Stephenson, and treasurer and librarian, Dr. William C. Dunnaway, all of Little Rock.

Dr. Drennen Vindicated.  —Immediately on the return of Dr. C. Travis Drennen from the East he demanded trial in the Circuit Court on the indictments recently returned against him by the grand jury, charging unprofessional conduct. The case was promptly dismissed by the court at the request of the prosecuting attorney on the ground that there was absolutely nothing in the testimony

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