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—The Alabama Medical College held its forty-first annual commencement at the Mobile Theater, April 9, at which Dr. J. W. Abererombie, president of the University of Alabama, conferred the degrees, and Dr. William H. Sanders, state health officer, delivered the charge to the graduating class. Dr. George A. Ketchum, the dean, made his annual report, and Dr. J. H. Penniman of Philadelphia, dean of the University of Pennsylvania, delivered the doctorate address.
—E. A. Hall, Prescott, whose certificate to practice was withheld by the Territorial Board of Medical Examiners last summer, and who began mandamus proceedings against the board to compel the issuance of the certificate, has been issued a certificate by the board, the cause for which it was withheld not having been confirmed.
—Dr.Dr. Claude Thompson has been elected chairman, and Dr. O. C. Class, secretary, of the Phoenix board of health.
Medical News. JAMA. 1906;XLVI(19):1448–1458. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510460042012
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