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New State Board Laboratory.—The State Board of Health has decided to erect a two-story laboratory building in Pensacola, similar to that already erected at Tampa, to cost about $20,000.Personal.—Dr. Fred J. Walter, Daytona, has sailed for Europe.—Drs. C. W. D'Alemberte, Pensacola, C. W. Bartlett, Tampa, and Joseph Y. Porter, Jr., Key West, have been appointed assistants to the state health officer.Hospital Site Presented.—Eduardo H. Gato has donated a large plot of land on Division Street, Key West, improved by a building now being used as a hospital to the Cuban Society, the members of which have been administering the affairs of the Mercedes Hospital.
Physicians Favor Inebriate Hospital.—The proposition of Representative Rickett to establish a state hospital for inebriates is meeting with much support from the medical profession of the state.Personal.—Dr. J. W. Palmer, Ailey, has been elected president of the regular Board of Medical
Medical News. JAMA. 1913;61(2):127–135. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350020053023
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