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—Dr. M. D. Welborn, Ezell Station, near Pratt City, who was arrested several days ago on the charge of selling cocain, was fined $100 and costs October 3.
Medical Colleges Opened.
—The Birmingham Medical College opened for its annual session October 3. Addresses were made by Drs. Russell M. W. Cunningham, Ensley; Dr. Edward H. Sholl, Dr. John C. Le Grande and others.—The medical department of the University of Alabama, Mobile, opened October 5.
—Dr. William T. Berry has been elected professor of orthopedic surgery in the Birmingham Medical College, a chair established this year.—Dr. Shirley Bragg, Montgomery, has been made president of the board of convict inspectors, and Dr. Nathaniel G. Clark, Ensley, physician inspector of convicts of the state.
—The Alumni Association of Birmingham Medical College met for organization October 3 and elected the following officers: President, Dr. Joseph H. Edwards, Wylam;
Medical News. JAMA. 1905;XLV(17):1253–1261. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510170045013