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June 28, 1924


JAMA. 1924;82(26):2133-2134. doi:10.1001/jama.1924.02650520039023

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Automobile Insurance for Physicians  The cost of automobile accident insurance has increased considerably. Many insurance companies have added 25 per cent, to the premiums on policies of physicians, on the ground that they are exposed to greater risks, since they drive in all kinds of weather and at night. Statistics seem to show, however, that accidents occur much less frequently among physicians than among inexperienced drivers. In order properly to adjust the insurance premiums, many medical societies have requested insurance companies to consider the organization of a mutual automobile accident insurance company for physicians.

Bovine Tuberculosis and Rabies in the Dutch East Indies  A report published by the veterinary service of the Dutch East Indies for 1922 contains interesting information regarding tuberculosis and rabies. It appears that bovine tuberculosis is still widespread, although a progressive improvement is noticeable. At Soerabaja there is a government station to which several veterinarians are

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