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September 2, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLV(10):723-728. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510100057015

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Cedar Mountain Hospital.  —The free bed fund for Cedar Mountain Hospital for Deserving Consumptives now amounts to more than $5,300.

Norman Kerr Lecture.  —Dr. T. D. Crothers, Hartford, has accepted an invitation to deliver the first oration in the Norman Kerr memorial lectureship at London, Eng., October 10.

Personal.  —Dr. Wyeth E. Ray, Hartford, has been appointed associate medical director of the Travelers' Insurance Company.—Dr. Elias B. Heady, Milford, was seriously injured August 12 in jumping from an unmanageable automobile.

Nominal Damages.  —In the damage suit of Lorin A. Barnes, Torrington, against Dr. William H. Carmalt, New Haven, in which $25.000 damages was claimed for the alleged sewing up of a piece of gauze in the abdomen, in an operation, the Superior Court awarded the plaintiff nominal damages.

July Deaths.  —During July 1,648 deaths were reported in the state, equivalent to an annual mortality of 20 per 1,000. Of

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