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Bust Presented to Smithsonian.
—As a memorial of the introduction of anesthetics in surgery, Dr. William James Morton has presented to the Smithsonian Institution a bronze bust of Dr. William T. C. Morton.
—Dr. W. P. H. Habel, resident physician of Casualty Hospital, has resigned and will locate in West Virginia, and has been succeeded by Dr. Charles J. Boehs.—Dr. Thomas Morgan, Washington, was knocked down by a street car, January 2, sustaining concussion of the brain and lacerations of the scalp.
Tuberculosis League Meets.
—At the annual meeting of the District of Columbia Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis, the following officers were reelected: Brigadier General George M. Sternberg, M. C., U. S. Army, retired, president; Brigadier General William H. Forwood, M. C., U. S. Army, retired, vice-president; and Drs. William C. Rives, E. C. Schroeder, and James D. Morgan, directors.
Fire in Hospital.
Medical News. JAMA. 1910;LIV(3):213–219. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550290041008
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