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—Warrants were issued June 12 against twelve physicians of Birmingham, who were charged with failure to make obstetrical reports for the month of May.
—The city physician of Florence has declared that that city is no longer infected with smallpox, and has lifted the quarantine. During the three months of the prevalence of the disease there were 75 cases, with 6 deaths.
—Drs. S. J. Vann, Battelle, and Eugene R. Smith, Henegar, are about to establish a private sanitarium in Anniston.—Dr. Leslie M. Hand, Demopolis, is making a satisfactory recovery after an operation for appendicitis.—Dr. William M. Price, Florence, was stricken with cerebral hemorrhage June 21.
—At a meeting of the executive committee of the quarantine board of Mobile Bay the following resolution was adopted:Steamers plying between Havana and Mobile carrying fruit may be permitted entry after disinfection at the lower bay
Medical News. JAMA. 1906;XLVII(1):42–48. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520010050011
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