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—The state medical board of the Arkansas Medical Society revoked the license of Dr. Henry S. Garlington, Marked Tree, following his sentence to the Atlanta penitentiary for violation of the Harrison Narcotic Law. Dr. Garlington's sentence is said to have expired. The board had not reinstated his license up to Oct. 9, 1928. The next meeting of the board will be at Little Rock, November 13.
Public Meeting and Barbecue.
— About 300 persons attended a public meeting and barbecue held by the Ouachita County Medical Society at Louann, September 6. Dr. Charles W. Garrison, Little Rock, state health officer, spoke on "Public Health Problems." and Dr. Paul H. Power, Pine Bluff, on "Cooperation of the
Medical News. JAMA. 1928;91(17):1294–1300. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02700170058022
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