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October 29, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;55(18):1561-1570. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330180049021

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Vital Statistics.—  Dr. William H Sander, Montgomery, chief of the department of health, has commenced his second tour of the state in the propagada to secure more complete vial statistics.

Personal.—  Dr. Robert Nelson has been appointed health officer of Birmingham, vice Dr. Robert B. Harkness.—Dr. William H. Oates, Mobile, has been appointed inspector of jails, cotton mills, and almshouses.—Dr. William G. Somerville, Tusealoosa, has recently returned from Europe and will practice in Memphis, Tenn.—Dr. William W. Dinsmore, Decatur, has been appointed local member of the hookworm commission.—Dr. Albert M. Reid has been elected health officer of Florence.—Dr. Oliver P. Board, Birmingham, has been elected assistant health officer of Jefferson county.— Dr. Abner Farned, Frankfort, is reported to be critically ill.


Sanatorium Opened.—  The Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium, three miles south of Boonesville, was opened September 1. The buildings are modern, and there is a good system of Water

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