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—Dr. Floyd G. Donehoo, Oneonta, is reported to be critically ill.—Dr. John W. Watts, Birmingham, has been appointed physician to the State Convict Camp at Flat Top, vice Dr. George Hogan, Birmingham, resigned.
—The following elections of officers in county medical societies are announced: St. Clair County, at Odenville, recently, president, Dr. Jesse O. Gray, Pell City; vice-president, Dr. William B. Johnson, and secretary and treasurer, Dr. James P. Turner, Cropwell.—Coosa County, at Rockford, December 12, president, Dr. Julius Jones (reelected).—Bibb County, at Centerville, December 13, president, Dr. M. B. Williams, Centerville; vice-president, Dr. M. C. Thomas, Belle Ellen; secretary and treasurer, Dr. James F. Alexander, Blockton.—Pike County, at Troy, December 14, president, Dr. Lee Roy Boyd, Troy; vice-president, Dr. Huey Watson, Banks, and secretary, Dr. Homer S. Stallings, Goshen.—Lauderdale County, at Florence, recently, president, Dr. Louis W. DesPrez; vice-president, Dr. E. Burke Hardin, and
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