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June 20, 1925

Medical News

JAMA. 1925;84(25):1924-1930. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660510040018

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Tuberculosis Hospital Dedicated.  — The Jefferson County Tuberculosis Sanatorium, 4 miles south of Birmingham, which will be maintained jointly by that city and Jefferson County, was dedicated, June 3. There are four buildings, with a capacity of eighty-six. The city and county each pledged $20,000 a year toward maintenance of the hospital, and it is practically assured, says the Birmingham News, that the community chest will give $40,000 a year. The $200,000 for the construction of the hospital was raised by subscription. The superintendent in charge is Dr. William H. Cryer, Deming, N. M., who has been engaged in tuberculosis work for about ten years.


Court Upholds State Board.  —District Judge Calvert, Denver, May 23, upheld the

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