—Annual meeting of the University of Alabama School of Medicine Alumni Association, held in Mobile, May 21: president, Dr. Angelo Festorazzi, Mobile; secretary-$ treasurer, Dr. P. J. Howard, Mobile.
—Dr. P. J. M. Acker, Mobile, has been appointed surgeon of the Mobile Light and Railroad Company, vice Dr. W. G. Ward, deceased.—Drs. J. T. Searcy, Tuscaloosa, and G. T. McWhorter, Riverton, were elected vice-presidents of the American Sociologic Congress at its meeting in Birmingham, April 24.
Building for Professional Men in Birmingham
—Plans have been completed for the proposed Hygeia building, a nine-story structure to be erected on Ninth Avenue, between Twentieth and Twenty-First Streets, Birmingham, for the use of physicians and dentists. The top floor is to be used for an auditorium, the use of which is to be given to the Jefferson County Medical Society free of expense.
—Dr. William A. Holt,
Medical News. JAMA. 1913;60(23):1801–1807. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340230047025
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