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September 16, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLV(12):859-865. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510120045014

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Physician's Name Dropped.  —The name of Dr. Oscar S. Burrow, Hot Springs, has been dropped from the registered list by order of the Secretary of the Interior.

Appeal to Annul Rule.  —The attorney for the unregistered physicians of Hot Springs has made a direct appeal to the President asking him to direct Secretary Hitchcock to recall all rules relating to the creation of a Federal Medical Board, and to prescribe the qualifications a physician must pass to be at liberty to use hot baths in the care of his patients. The petition was referred by the President to the attorney general.

State Board of Health Changes.  —Drs. George M. D. Cantrell, president of the State Board of Health, Robert H. Christian, secretary, William H. Miller and William B. Hughes, all of Little Rock, have resigned from the State Board of Health on account of friction between the board and

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