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February 2, 1907

Medical News

JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(5):426-434. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02520310050012

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Abstract

ALABAMA. 

Society Elections.  —At the annual meeting of the Etowah County Medical Society, held in Gadsden, January 3, the following officers were elected: Dr. Erasmus T. Camp, Gadsden, president; Dr. John P. Stewart, Attalla, vice-president, and Dr. Charles T. Acker, Gadsden, secretary. Dr. Eli S. Jones, Gadsden, was unanimously re-elected county health officer and censor.—At the annual meeting of the Jackson County Medical Society, held in Scottsboro, January 1, Dr. Thomas J. Bouldin, Hollywood, was elected president; Dr. Edward Boyd, Scottsboro, vice-president; Dr. Hugh Boyd, Scottsboro, health officer, and Dr. William C. Mapes, Scottsboro, censor.—The Madison County Medical Society held its annual meeting in Huntsville, January 8, and elected Dr. Benjamin E. Graham, Gurley, president; Dr. John J. Horton, Huntsville, vice-president; Dr. Edgar Rand, Huntsville, secretary; and Dr. William C. Wheeler, Huntsville, county health officer.—The annual meeting and banquet of the Mobile Medical Society was held January 5. Dr. J.

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