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April 2, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;LIV(14):1149-1153. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550400035010

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Personal.  —Dr. John E. Walsh, sanitary inspector and bacteriologist of the health department of Washington, has resigned.—Dr. Tom A. Williams, Washington, has been elected foreign corresponding member of the Paris Neurologic Society.

Society Election.  —The Medical Society of the District of Columbia, at its annual meeting, elected the following officers: Dr. Louis Mackall, president; Drs. D. Olin Leech and Philip S. Roy, vice-presidents; Dr. Dwight G. Smith, corresponding secretary; Dr. Henry C. Macatee, recording secretary; Dr Charles W. Franzoni, treasurer; Dr. Edwin L. Morgan, librarian, and Drs. D. Olin Leech, Henry B. Deale, Francis R. Hagner, John F. Moran and Raymond T. Holden, censors.


Sanatorium Site Selected.  —The City and County Subcommittee on the Tuberculosis Sanatorium site for Atlanta has decided on a piece of property, thirty-seven acres in extent, half a mile from the new

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