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April 29, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLIV(17):1375-1380. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500440051013

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Isolation Hospital Ready.  —The new isolation hospital for Montgomery, consisting of five separate buildings, commodious and thoroughly equipped, is ready for formal transfer to the city.

Personal.  —Dr. Coleman D. Gay has been elected a member of the common council of Lineville.—Dr. Gilbert B. Wimberly, Reform, missed his footing while attempting to board a street car in Mobile and fell, cutting a gash in his chin and knocking out a tooth.

Commencements.  —The thirty-ninth annual commencement exercises of the Medical College of Alabama were held at Mobile, April 7. Dr. George A. Ketchum read the report of the faculty, degrees were conferred on a class of 31 by Hon. J. A. Abercrombie. president of the University of Alabama, and Lieut.-Gov. Dr. Russell MeW. Cunningham, Ensley, delivered the annual address on "The Doctor—His Qualifications, His Work and His Reward."—Birmingham Medical College held its eleventh annual graduating exercises April 3. Degrees

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