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February 10, 1906

Medical News

JAMA. 1906;XLVI(6):439-445. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510330045016

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Abstract

ALABAMA. 

Personal.  —Dr. Lucian A. Spencer, Bessemer, was severely injured January 13 in a collision between his buggy and a delivery wagon.

Doctor's Office Destroyed by Fire.  —On January 17 fire originating in an adjoining building destroyed the office of Dr. Samuel C. Tatum at Center. The damage is estimated at $200.

Society Elects Officers.  —At a meeting of the Dallas County Medical Association, held in January, the following officers were elected: President, Dr. William W. Harper, Selma; secretary, Dr. Barney B. Rogan, Selma; treasurer, Dr. Clement Ritter, Selma, and censors, Drs. Samuel G. Gay, Clement Ritter, W. McLean Pitts, William W. Harper, all of Selma, and Dr. Joseph M. Donald, Harrell.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Personal.  —Dr. S. O. Richey, who has been ill for some time, has returned to the city fully restored to health.—Dr. William R. Moulden, formerly resident physician at Bilibid prison, Manila, P.

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