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March 17, 1900

Medical News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(11):696-701. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460110056019

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Dr. Wm. N. Beggs succeeds the late Dr. Axtell as editor and publisher of the Colorado Medical Journal, Denver.

The daily school inspection has been so successful in its results in Milwaukee, Wis., that it is said the common council will pass an ordinance making provision for it as a permanent city institution.

Through the efforts of the Roanoke Hospital Association, backed by the Norfolk and Western Railroad Company, Roanoke, Va., is to have a hospital. The building, near Crystal Springs, is to be completed in ninety days.

Three public school teachers in Fort Dodge, Iowa, recently submitted to the compulsory vaccination ordered by the school board and immediately thereafter went home and washed off the virus. In one case, however, the vaccination was a success.

Dr. E. Bretschneider, of St. Petersburg, has been awarded the gold medal of the Russian Geographical Society, for his works on China, especially his

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