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— Dr. William Groce Harrison, Birmingham, recently celebrated his forty-eighth year in the practice of medicine with a dinner at the Southern Club, previous to departing for Europe on a four months' visit.—Dr. Charles J. Bloom, professor of pediatrics, Tulane University of Louisiana Graduate School of Medicine, New Orleans, held a clinic before the Calhoun County Medical Society, Anniston, July 26.
Laymen Health Officers.
—Mr. L. W. Robinson has been appointed city health officer of Oceanside to succeed Dr. Glenn T. Logsdon, and Mr. Homer T. Riddle has been appointed city health officer of Loyalton.
More Plague-Infected Squirrels.
—The state health officer informed the Surgeon General, U. S. Public Health Service, August 10, that two groups
Medical News. JAMA. 1927;89(12):973–977. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690120049022
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