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June 10, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLIV(23):1861-1867. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500500041013

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Trolley Day Successful.  —Hospital trolley day at Galesburg, when the street car receipts were turned over to the hospital fund, netted nearly $1,200 to the institution.

To Save Babies.  —The State Board of Health has issued a circular for the guidance of mothers, instructing them as to the best methods of feeding and caring for infants, and giving simple and explicit directions as to the methods to be adopted during the summer months which are so full of peril to infant life.

Nurses' Bill Vetoed.  —Governor Deneen has vetoed the bill for an act to establish a state board of examiners of registered nurses. An analysis of the veto shows that the bill conferred special privileges on graduates of certain training schools, and that hardships were imposed on many well qualified and experienced nurses now in practice.

Personal.  —Dr. Frank H. Norbury, Jacksonville, has been elected professor of nervous

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