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October 23, 1909

Medical News

JAMA. 1909;LIII(17):1406-1412. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02550170062010

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Colleges Open.  —Birmingham Medical College opened for its winter term September 29. The opening address was made by the Rev. J. T. Plunkett, D.D.—The annual session of the Medical Department of the University of Alabama, Mobile, opened September 22. Addresses were delivered by the dean of the faculty, Dr. Rhett Goode, and President J. W. Abercrombie of the University.

Personal.  —Dr. Montgomery G. Shipp has been elected health officer of Albertville, Dr. James A. Thomson of Guntersville, and Dr. David A. Morton of Boaz.—The Dallas County Board of Health has chosen Dr. Thomas G. Howard, Selma, county health officer, vice Dr. Barney B. Hogan, removed from the city. Dr. James S. Chisholm was elected secretary of the board.—The governor has remitted the fine of $10 against Drs. Joseph N. Guy, Lapine, and W. H. Mitchener, for failure to

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