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July 12, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(2):86-91. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480280028011

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Abstract

ALABAMA. 

St. Margaret's Cornerstone Laid.  Bishop Allen of Mobile laid the cornerstone of St. Margaret's Hospital, Montgomery, with appropriate ceremonies.

Birmingham Medical College.  The contract for the erection of the new medical college building has been let. The building is to be completed by September 27.

Hillman Hospital, Birmingham.  A permit has been issued for the new Hillman Hospital, and the contract awarded for its erection. The building will be four stories high and will cost $50,000.

Osteopaths Held to be Physicians.  By a decision of the Supreme Court rendered June 28 in the case of Eugene Bragg vs. the State of Alabama, the decision of the lower court was affirmed. The decision affects several hundred men throughout the state, and will have the virtual effect of driving them from the state. Osteopaths are thus held to be practitioners of medicine, and must stand the examination as required by the

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