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April 2, 1904

Medical News.

JAMA. 1904;XLII(14):898-905. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490590032015

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ILLINOIS. 

Promotional Examination.  —A promotional examination for senior physicians at Cook County Institutions, Dunning, will be held, April 14, 15 and 16.

Medicine Men Jailed.  —"Drs." Wallace and Miller, itinerant medicine men who victimized Tazewell County farmers, were fined at Pekin, March 14, and in default of payment were committed to jail.

Golden Anniversaries.  —Dr. and Mrs. William E. Gilliland, Coatsburg, celebrated their golden wedding, March 22.—McLean County Medical Society will celebrate its semi-centennial at Bloomington with a banquet, April 7, at which Dr. Franklin C. Vandervort, president, will be toastmaster.

Consulting Staff at Dunning.  —The county board has confirmed the following appointments to the consulting staff of Cook County Institutions, Dunning: Internal medicine, Dr. Frank Billings; surgery, Dr. John B. Murphy; pathology, Dr. William A. Evans; insanity, Dr. Hugh T. Patrick, and tuberculosis, Dr. Arnold C. Klebs, all of Chicago.

Smallpox.  —The appearance of two or three cases of

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