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March 14, 1903

Medical News.

JAMA. 1903;XL(11):719-723. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490110035010

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College To Be Renovated.  —A bill has been introduced in the house appropriating $20,000 for the renovation of the building of the Medical College of Alabama, Mobile.

Smallpox Among Medical Students.  —The health officials of Mobile have discovered eleven cases of smallpox among students of the Medical College of Alabama, Mobile.

Rhett Memorial.  —The new operating room at the City Hospital, Huntsville, erected and equipped by the City Council in memory of the late Dr. R. Barnwell Rhett, Jr., was recently opened.

Personal.  —Dr. T. Chilton Thorington, Montgomery, has been appointed captain and assistant surgeon, S. T. Ala., and assigned to the Second Infantry, vice Dr. Walter S. Britt, Eufaula, resigned.—Dr. Henry M. Hunter, Union Springs, has located in the City of Mexico.—Dr. William M. Faulk, who has been a member of the staff of Bryce Hospital for the Insane, has resigned, and will practice in Tuscaloosa.



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