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State Society Forwards Resolution.
—At the annual session of the Alabama State Medical Association, April 17-20, a resolution was passed addressed to the director of the U. S. Veterans' Bureau, requesting that action be taken regarding the discontinuance of placing new trainees in chiropractic. A resolution was also passed commending the activities and policies of the U. S. Veterans' Bureau in general.
Colored Staff at Veterans' Bureau Hospital.
—The entire staff of the U. S. Veterans' Bureau Hospital at Tuskegee will be composed of colored men and women. The U. S. Civil Service announces examinations for these positions. Applications should be addressed to the secretary, Fifth U. S. Civil Service District, Post Office, Atlanta, Ga. Fifteen general physicians,
Medical News. JAMA. 1923;80(20):1460–1466. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02640470038019
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