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May 9, 1914

Medical News

JAMA. 1914;LXII(19):1483-1489. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560440039018

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Abstract

ALABAMA 

Personal.  —The sanatorium of Dr. Anti C. Watts, Fulton Springs, was destroyed by fire, April 16, with a loss of $6.000, partially covered by insurance.

State Association Meeting.  —The annual meeting of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama was held in Montgomery, April 21-24, and the following officers were elected: president, Dr. Benjamin B. Simms, Talladega; vicepresident, Dr. Jacob U. Ray, Jr., Woodstock; state health officer, Dr. William H. Sanders, Montgomery (reelected). Birmingham was selected as the next place of meeting.

ARIZONA 

State Association Meeting.  —The twenty-third annual meeting of the Arizona Medical Association was held in Tucson, April 21 and 22, under the presidency of Dr. Ira E. Huffmann, Tucson. The following officers were elected: president, Dr. John W. Flinn, Prescott; vice-presidents, Drs. Robert Ferguson, Bisbee; Alfred J. Murietta, Jerome, and William W. Wilkinson, Phoenix; secretary, Dr. Clarence E. Yount, Prescott (reelected); and councilors, north district,

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