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February 27, 1904

Medical News.

JAMA. 1904;XLII(9):598-602. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490540030011

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(The Journal goes to press Wednesday morning.)


Hospital Day in Evanston.  —February 14 was "Hospital Day" in Evanston churches, and about $6,500 was subscribed for the support of the Evanston Hospital for the current year.

Improved Medical Service.  —The medical staff of Cook County Institutions, Dunning, has been increased by five. The consulting staff will be composed of one specialist each in internal medicine, tuberculosis, insanity, pathology and surgery.

Society Donates Library.  —The Peoria Medical Society has offered its library of about 1,000 volumes to the Peoria Public Library on the condition that they be placed in a separate room and constitute a medical department of the library.

Personal.  —Dr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Werner, Joliet, start to-day for a tour of Mexico and California. They will return in about a month.—Dr. Nicholas Senn, Chicago, has been made a corresponding member of the Surgical Society of Paris.— Dr. and

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