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January 8, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;LIV(2):138-144. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550280048010

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ALABAMA 

Personal.  —Beginning with the October issue, Dr. Henry A. Moody became associate editor of the Gulf States Journal of Medicine and Surgery and Mobile Medical and Surgical Journal.—Dr. Paul E. Gwin, Bessemer, has resigned as city physician and has taken charge of the Woodward Ironworks Company at Dolomite, vice Dr. Lycurgus Thomas, deceased.

County Societies Elect Officers.  —At the annual meeting of the Mobile County Medical Society, held December 19, Dr. William R. Jackson was reelected president; Dr. Marion J. Bancroft, vice-president; Dr. Stephen F. Hale, secretary, and Dr. Marion T. Gaines, librarian, all of Mobile. Dr. Calvin N. Owen, Mobile, was reelected a member of the board of censors.—Tallapoosa County Medical Association, at its annual meeting, held in Dadeville, December 14, elected Dr. William T. Langley, Jr., Camp Hill, president; Dr. James 0. Griffin, Hackneyville, vice-president; Dr. Aaron L. Harlan, Alexander City, secretary; Dr. Neal B. Dean,

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