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October 29, 1904

Medical News.

JAMA. 1904;XLIII(18):1315-1320. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500180045016

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Abstract

GEORGIA. 

Journal Applies for Charter.  —Drs. Miller B. Hutchins and Bernard Wolff, Atlanta, have filed application for a charter for the Atlanta Medical Journal Company, with a paid-up capital of $5,000.

Physician Injured.  —Dr. Charles E. Murphey, Atlanta, while riding in his automobile was thrown out, when the wheels ran into a defective place in the pavement, and was seriously bruised and sustained internal injuries.

To Fight Tuberculosis.  —The Georgia State Commission on Tuberculosis met in Macon, October 19, and organized with Dr. Charles Hicks, Dublin, chairman, and Dr. Bernard Wolff, Atlanta, secretary. The most important action taken was the adoption of the following resolution:Resolved, That the members of this commission endeavor to secure statistics on each point mentioned in the bill creating this commission by correspondence with such physicians in the districts as deemed best by the members, or by any other means, and that

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