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December 1, 1906

Medical News

JAMA. 1906;XLVII(22):1836-1841. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520220062012

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Suit Compromised.  —The suit of the City of Fayetteville against Dr. S. J. Brownson is reported to have been compromised, November 8, the defendant giving the city $50. Dr. Brownson was fined $300 in the police court last summer on the charge of the illegal sale of liquor.

Must Register Births.  —At a meeting of the city council of Fayetteville, November 7, an ordinance was passed requiring registration of births in that city, under penalty of a fine of not less than $5 nor more than $20. An ordinance was also passed requiring physicians to report all cases of infectious or contagious diseases.

Personal.  —Dr. Arthur B. Loving, Pine Bluff, has been appointed physician of Jefferson Country.—Dr. William Illing, Little Rock, on his retirement from his position as physician and superintendent of the Pulaski County Hospital, was presented with a handsome chest of silver, November 5, by many friends.—Dr.

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