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June 3, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLIV(22):1785-1790. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500490061014


Dr. Taylor Left Large Estate.  —The estate of the late Dr. Charles M. Taylor, Little Rock, is valued at half a million dollars.

To Annul Certificates of Drink and Drug Habitues.  —A bill has been passed by the House of Representatives providing for the cancellation of the certificates of all physicians who are habitual drunkards or users of cocain.

Unregistered Physician Fined.  —Dr. Thomas B. Rider, Hot Springs, charged with violating the laws laid down by the secretary of the interior for the government of the United States Reservation in that he, not being a registered physician, had prescribed baths for one of his patients, was fined $25, May 20, and took an appeal to the higher court.

Personal.  —The Pine Bluff Board of Health has organized with Dr. Henry E. Williams, president, and Dr. W. H. Blankenship, secretary.—Dr. Foster G. Richardson, Conway, has been elected assistant physician at