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—At the annual meeting of Jefferson County Medical Society in Birmingham, the following officers were elected: President, Dr. George W. Brown, Pratt City; vice-president, Dr. Edgeworth S. Casey; secretary-treasurer, Dr. Charles E. Dowman, and censor, Dr. Thomas D. Parke (reelected), all of Birmingham.
—Dr. Philip Van B. Speir, Furman, has been elected health officer of Wilcox county, vice Dr. Raphael 0. Semmes, Rock West, Camden, deceased.—Dr. Thomas R. Barnes, Russellville, physician to the Foster-Craighton Gould Company at Rockwood, has resigned and Dr. Walter A. Gresham, Russellville, has succeeded him.—Dr. Walter H. Bell, Birmingham, has been made medical director, and Dr. Edmond Prince, assistant surgeon of the Iron Ore Accident and Health Insurance Company.
State Society Meeting.
—The thirty-third annual session of the Arkansas Medical Society will be held in Little Rock, May 3-6, 1910, under the presidency of Dr. James H. Lenow, Little Rock. The
Medical News. JAMA. 1910;LIV(8):619–629. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550340041009
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