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January 7, 1911

Medical News

JAMA. 1911;LVI(1):50-54. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560010052024

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Abstract

ALABAMA 

Personal.  —Dr. E. Marion Mason, Montgomery, resigned as state bacteriologist and pathologist, December 1, and has moved to Birmingham.—Dr. Robert Nelson was elected president of the Education and Aid Association of the Birmingham Health Department at the annual meeting, December 16.

Society Meetings.  —At a meeting of the Calhoun County Medical Society at Anniston, December 6, Dr. B. Dudley Williams, Oxford, was elected president; Dr. Erastus T. Barker, McFall, vice-president; Dr. Irwin P. Levi, Anniston, secretary for three years; Dr. Edmunds C. Anderson, Anniston, treasurer for three years; Dr. Robert L. Hughes, Choccolocco, county health officer for two years; Dr. William Y. White, Anniston, city health officer for two years, and Dr. William H. Kinnebrew, Piedmont, censor for five years.— At the annual meeting of Jefferson County Medical Society, held in Birmingham, December 5, Dr. James S. McLester, Birmingham, was elected president; Dr. Sidney H. Mann, Ensley, vice-president; Dr.

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