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March 4, 1911

Medical News

JAMA. 1911;LVI(9):674-683. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560090046020

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Abstract

ARKANSAS 

Report of Sanatorium.  —The new Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Fayetteville, is practically full. The limit of the accommodation is seventy-four, after which patients can be received only when vacancies occur.

Elections.  —At the annual meeting of the Sebastian County Medical Society, held in Fort Smith, Dr. John C. Amis was elected president; Dr. Samuel J. Ozment, vice-president; Dr. Clark S. Wood, secretary; Dr. Charles W. Garrison, treasurer, and Dr. St. Cloud Cooper, censor, all of Fort Smith.—Washington County Medical Society has elected the following officers: president, Dr. P. L. Hathcock, Lincoln; vice-president, Dr. Andrew J. Harrison, Spring Valley; secretary, Dr. Nina V Hardin, Fayetteville; treasurer, Dr. Andrew S. Gregg, Fayetteville; delegate to the state society, Dr. Thomas W. Blackburn, Canehill, and alternate, Dr. Edward F. Ellis, Fayetteville.—At the annual meeting of Greene County Medical Society, held in Paragould, January 5 the following officers were elected: president, Dr. Jones H Lamb,

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