July 28, 1906

Medical News

JAMA. 1906;XLVII(4):279-285. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520040035009

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Fined for Not Reporting Births.  —Dr. Thaddeus L. Robinson, Birmingham, pleaded guilty to the charge of having failed to turn in an obstetrical report for the month of May. and was fined $1.00.

Personal.  —Dr. E. Marvin Mason, Marion, has been appointed a member of the staff of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.—Dr. William M. Price, Florence, was stricken with paralysis, but is improving.—Dr. William D. Fonville, Ensley, has been appointed assistant surgeon Alabama National Guard, and assigned to duty with the Third Infantry, vice Dr. Frank P. Pettey, resigned.—Dr. William M. Faulk has been elected mayor of Tuscaloosa.


Hot Springs Drummers Dropped.  —On July 13 the Secretary of the Interior, on recommendation of the local medical board, dropped from the register of physicians authorized to prescribe the waters of Hot Springs, the names of Drs. J. A. Flanders and M. T. Williams, charged with drumming for business, in

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