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July 22, 1911

Medical News

JAMA. 1911;LVII(4):298-305. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260070302017

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ARKANSAS  Typhoid in Little Rock.—Following an appeal to the federal authorities in Washington for aid in controlling an epidemic of typhoid fever in Little Rock, the Governor has been advised that Passed Assistant Surgeon W. H. Frost, U. S. P. H. and M.-H. Service, is on his way to make the required investigation.

Personal.  —Dr. James H. Lenow has been elected dean and Dr. Joseph P. Runyan, vice-dean, for the consolidated medical departments of the University of Arkansas, and Dr. Charles S. Holt, Fort Smith, has been elected professor of operative surgery.—Dr. R. R. Dinwiddie has resigned as city physician of Fort Smith.

State Board Appointments.  —The Governor has announced the following appointments to the State Board of Health: First district, Dr. Octavius L. Williamson, Mariana; second district, Dr. Thomas I. Stout, Brinkley; third district, Dr. Asbury J. Vance, Harrison; fourth district, Dr. J. Gilbert Eberle, Fort Smith; fifth district,

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