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August 3, 1889

EDITORIAL NOTES.

JAMA. 1889;XIII(5):167-169. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02401040023008

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Abstract

HOME.  The American Dental Association meets at Saratoga Springs, commencing August 6th, The prospects are said to be good for a large convention.The Cincinnati Free Hospital for Women has been organized by the election of the following officers: Board of Trustees, Thos. H. Egan, President; Dr. H. Longstreet Hall, Secretary; W. H. Curnayhan, Esq., Treasurer; Dr. C. L. Armstrong, H. M. Rulison, Rev. M.C. Lockwood. Staff, Drs. Charles A. L. Reed, Rufus B. Hall, Surgeons; Charles E. Caldwell, Pathologist; J. A. Johnston and A. I. Carson, Assistant Surgeons. A large and influential Board of Lady Managers has also been elected.Dr. James F. Hartigan, of Washington, an active and esteemed member of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia and the American Medical Association has been appointed to an Austrian consulate.

The Act Requiring a License to Practice Medicine Construed and Held Constitutional.  —The opinion of the Supreme

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