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September 8, 1906

Medical News

JAMA. 1906;XLVII(10):783-790. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520100055013

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New Sanitarium.  —The new sanitarium of Dr. Miles A. Copeland, near Birmingham, is now open, with accommodations for 12 patients.

Fined for Omission to Report.  —Twenty-four warrants against physicians of Birmingham were issued August 16, for failure to submit obstetric reports to the city physician, and several of these physicians were fined $1.00 and warned that in case of future offense a heavier fine would be assessed.

Commends State Authorities.  —In a public statement issued August 4, State Health Officer Dr. William H. Sanders, Montgomery, commends the health authorities of New Orleans and Louisiana for the care they are exercising to keep yellow fever out of the country. He states that the candor and honesty of the New Orleans physicians has done much toward allaying public fear in this regard.

Ill and Injured.  —Dr. James E. Seay, Pratt City, is recovering from the injuries sustained in an accident on

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