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August 26, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLV(9):637-646. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510090059016

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Hospital Reopened.  —The City Hospital, Huntsville, which has been closed several months for repairs, was reopened August 15.

Hospital Company Organized.  —The Union Street Private Hospital Company of Selma was organized August 9, with a capital stock of $10,000 and the following officers: Dr. Samuel G. Gay, president; Dr. John N. Furness, secretary, and Dr. Barney B. Rogan, treasurer.

Fined for Illegal Practice.  —Dr. Thomas P. W. Brooks, Hackleburg, professing to be a graduate of the Georgia College of Eclectic Medicine and Surgery, was found guilty of practicing without a license, fined $25 and costs, and prohibited from practicing until he obtained a license.

Hospital Staff Elected.  —The following visiting staff has been selected for St. Margaret's Hospital, Montgomery: Gynecology—Drs. Robert N. Pitts, Arthur H. Montgomery, G. J. Griel and J. H. Blue; surgery—Dr. Robert Goldthwaite, J. Norment Baker, William H. Hudson and Samuel A. Billing; medicine—Drs. Joseph L.

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