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National Guard Notes.
—Major L. R. Ellis, Hot Springs M. C., A. N. G., announces that arrangements are being made to increase the membership of the hospital corps of the guard to 36, the number allowed under the new law.
—Dr. Avery Moore, formerly state auditor, has resigned as a member of the state tax commission.—Dr. J. E. Quidor, Little Rock, has been appointed a member of the Pulaski County Board of Health, vice W. H. Abington, resigned.
—Dallas County Medical Society was organized at Fordyce, September 9, and the following officers were elected: Dr. Claiborne J. March, Fordyce, president; Dr. O. R. Kelley, vice-president; Dr. Thomas L. Rives, Fordyce, secretary; and Dr. William L. Worthington, Fordyce, treasurer.
Medical Schools Open.
—The Medical Department of the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, opened September 30.-The College of Physicians and Surgeons, Little Rock, opened October 1. Drs. Luther
Medical News. JAMA. 1909;LIII(14):1107–1112. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02550140039009
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