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—Dr. William H. Welch, Baltimore, honorary president of the Desert Sanatorium of Southern Arizona, Tucson, has been appointed on the board of directors of that institution for 1926, also Dr. Allen K. Krause of Baltimore; Dr. Bernard L. Wyatt, Tucson, has been elected president.
—Col. Louis M. Maus, U. S. Army, retired, has resigned as intelligence officer of the Medical Intelligence Bureau for Hot Springs; Colonel Maus organized the bureau in 1924.
—Fire recently destroyed the hospital building of the Arkansas State Tuberculosis Sanitarium near Booneville, with a loss of about $40,000. Dr. John Stewart is the superintendent.
Smallpox in Los Angeles.
—A newspaper report, January 28, stated that there had
Medical News. JAMA. 1926;86(6):422–427. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670320036017
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