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March 23, 1907

Medical News

JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(12):1036-1045. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02520380052012

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Abstract

ALABAMA. 

Money for Medical Department.  —The lower branch of the legislature on February 20 passed a bill appropriating $1,673,000 to further the interests of education. Of this the Medical College of Alabama, Mobile, is to receive $65,000.

ARIZONA. 

Personal.  —Dr. Charles H. Jones, Tempe, has been seriously ill with influenza.—Dr. Charles F. Hawley, Mesa, has removed to Bisbee.—Dr. D. D. Whedon, Tucson, has been appointed physician of Pima County.

Election.  —At a meeting of the Cochise County Medical Society, held at Bisbee, March 2, the following officers were elected: President, Dr. Fenn J. Hart, Bisbee; vice-presidents, Drs. Charles L. Caven, Bisbee, John E. Bacon, Tombstone, and James J. P. Armstrong, Douglas; secretary-treasurer, Dr. Edward S. Godfrey, Jr., Lowell, and censor, Dr. George A. Bridge, Bisbee.

ARKANSAS. 

Do Not Want Names Published.  —At a recent meeting of the Jefferson County Medical Society, the members of the society were urged to refrain

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