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December 6, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(23):1465-1470. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480490037012

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Personal.  —Dr. Walter L. Lay, Norwich, will practice in Middletown; his successor at the Backus Hospital as senior house physician is Dr. F. A. Emmett, and the vacancy caused by the latter's promotion has been filled by Dr. David Getchell, Oldtown, Me.

Physician Fined and Appeals.  —Dr. Anthony J. Hill, Torrington, charged with having practiced medicine without registering or taking the examinations requested by the state law of 1897, was found guilty, November 19, and fined $100 and costs. He took an appeal to the Superior Court. Dr. Hill has long been a resident of Torrington, but some time ago gave up his practice to a considerable extent. About a year ago he commenced active work again.

Smallpox.  —From the report of the Connecticut State Board of Health, we quote the following:One of the most notable facts relating to the health of the state during the past year,

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