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July 4, 1914

Medical News

JAMA. 1914;LXIII(1):39-46. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570010041017

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New Officers.  —Willimantic City Medical Society, June 3: president, Dr. Laura H. Hills; secretary-treasurer, Dr. Charles A. Jenkins.—Litchfield County Medical Society, one hundred and fiftieth annual meeting at Norfolk, June 12: president, Dr. Elias Pratt, Torrington; secretary, Dr. Charles H. Turkington, Litchfield. Dr. Frederick S. Dennis, New York City, made an address on "Retrospective Surgery," and Dr. William H. Welch, Baltimore, one on "Retrospective Medicine." Dr. John C. Kendall, Norfolk, in his address, traced the growth of the society since its inception, 150 years ago.


Psychopathic Hospital Opened.  —The newly completed Cook County Psychopathic Hospital, which replaces the old Detention Hospital, was opened June 26. The new institution has accommodations for three hundred patients, and was erected at a cost of $470,000. County Physician Haim I. Davis will be in charge of the hospital. On June

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