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October 11, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(15):919-923. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480410043011

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Personal.  —Dr. Joseph A. Cooke, Meriden, is completing his European trip by journeying through England and Ireland.

Physician Forfeits Bond.  —Dr. Patrick J. Callaghan, Waterbury, charged with illegal practice of medicine, failed to appear when his case was called, September 23, and his bond of $300 was forfeited.

Cancer Doctor Acquitted.  —In the case of A. Stanley Maine, a cancer doctor of Hampton, charged with violation of the medical practice act of 1893, the jury, after an hour's deliberation, returned a verdict of "Not guilty."

Yale Clinical Building Opened.  —The new clinical building for Yale Medical School, given by Mrs. Thomas G. Bennett of New Haven as a memorial to her mother, the late Mrs. Jane Winchester of Prospect Hill, was opened at the opening of the college year. It represents an outlay of $110,000.

August Mortality.  —During August 1348 deaths were reported, 46 less than the previous month,

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