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September 14, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LIX(11):886-891. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270090130026

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Personal.  —Dr. John F. Morgan, city physician of Fort Collins, has resigned and will remove to Carthage, Mo.—Dr. J. F. Dawson, Platteville, engaged in a pistol duel with four men who had robbed the Platteville postoffice, August 19. Hospital Addition Completed.—The addition to St. Joseph's Hospital, Denver, which has been erected at a cost of $100,000, is completed, and will be opened for patients as soon as the rooms are furnished. Twelve of the forty-four rooms have already been equipped.

Commission Disapproved Voucher.  —The Civil Service Commission has declined to approve the pay voucher for Dr. A. P. Busey, superintendent of the State Insane Hospital, Pueblo, and of the State Home of Mental Defectives, Denver, because of an alleged technical irregularity in his dual appointment.


New Officers.  —Aux Plaines Medical Society: president, Dr. F. L. Glenn; secretary, Dr. W. W. Dicker, both of Austin, Chicago. On August 28,

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