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April 15, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLIV(15):1204-1209. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500420048016

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Abstract

ARKANSAS. 

Smallpox.  —Malvern reports 7 cases.—Warren has had 18 cases, but no new cases have developed for 17 days.—Little Rock reports 17 cases.

Deaths in 1904.  —During the year 823 deaths occurred in Little Rock, of which 43 were from violence. The rate per 1,000 of population was 14.1. There were 50 deaths at the City Hospital.

Medical Department Commencement.  —At the annual graduating exercises of the Medical Department Arkansas University, Little Rock, April 12, a class of 28 received diplomas from Dr. Hartzog, president of the university.

Sustains Federal Regulation.  —In the case of Dr. S. C. Van Leer et al vs. the federal medical board of Hot Springs—the case in which the status of non-licensed physicians was sought to be established—Judge Trieber held that the act of the Arkansas legislature ceding jurisdiction over the reservation, and the act of congress of April 20, 1894, vesting the right in

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