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—Col. William D. Wrightson, son-in-law of the late Gen. William C. Gorgas, has been reappointed by the federal government as malaria expert, with jurisdiction in ten counties in northern Alabama.
—D. T. Robinson, Thomasville, a chiropractor, was tried in the county court at Grove Hill, recently, for practicing medicine without a license, it is reported. Judge Cunningham assessed a fine of $50 in each of eight counts. The case was appealed to the circuit court.
—Dr. Holmes F. Troutman, Berkeley, who was convicted of a statutory offense in December, 1921, and sentenced by the judge to an indefinite term of from one to fifty years, has been sentenced to serve twenty years
Medical News. JAMA. 1923;81(4):304–309. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02650040044022
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