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April 6, 1907

Medical News

JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(14):1190-1196. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02520400042012

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ALABAMA. 

Sputum Cups.  —Dr. Gaston J. Greil, health officer of Montgomery, will distribute gratis 500 sputum cups to consumptives who apply.

Hospital Notes.  —Dr. J. C. Moore, Anniston, has converted his residence into a private sanitarium, with accommodation for eight patients. The hospital will be open for the use of the practitioners of the city.

Personal.  —Dr. Richard F. Michels, Montgomery, celebrated on March 9 the sixtieth anniversary of his entering the practice of medicine.—Dr. Shirley Bragg, Montgomery, was recently appointed state inspector of jails, almshouses and cotton factories.—Dr. John W. Watts, Birmingham, has been selected as physician for the Birmingham convict camp, and Dr. John C. McLeod, Bay Minette, for the Dolive camp.

Society Meeting.  —The De Kalb County Medical Society, at its annual election, held at Fort Payne, elected Dr. Sidney J. Vann, Collinsville, president; Dr. William S. Duff, Fort Payne, vice-president, and Dr. Wiliam E. Quinn, Fort

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