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February 21, 1914

Medical News

JAMA. 1914;LXII(8):623-629. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560330041023

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Abstract

ALABAMA 

New Officers.  —Mobile County Medical Society at Mobile, January 31: president, Dr. Ruffin A. Wright; secretary, Dr. Willis W. Scales, both of Mobile.—Clarke County Medical Society at Grove Hill: president, Dr. Isham Kimbell, Jackson; county health officer, Dr. John A. Kimbrough, Thomasville.— Marshall County Medical Society: president, Dr. Phocion B. Lusk, Guntersville; secretary-treasurer, Dr. William E. Noel, Boaz.

Personal.  —Dr. Charles A. Grote of the State Board of Health has been studying the work of the North Carolina State Board of Health at Raleigh, and also inspecting the methods of the local boards of health at Asheville and elsewhere.—Dr. Robert B. Hays has left Woodward and accepted a position with the Birmingham Infirmary.—Patients, former patients and friends of the Lynnhurst Sanatorium presented Dr. Ante Costa Watts, Birmingham, the medical director, with a microscopic outfit.—Dr. William M. Caffee, Birmingham, who was operated on

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