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January 19, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(3):191-197. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470030047016

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ALABAMA.  Dr. J. W. Williams, of the Wooley Springs region, was shot and seriously wounded December 10, but is now expected to recover.The bill appropriating $25,000 to the Alabama-Bryce Insane Hospital at Tuscaloosa for the purpose of completing the department for negroes at Mount Vernon, referred to in a recent issue of The Journal, was passed by the senate without a dissenting vote.Six Mobile physicians, Drs. Charles A. Mohr, James G. Thomas, Vivian P. Gaines, Rhett Goode, city health officer; Paul J. M. Acker, county health officer, and L. Van Es, memmers of the board of health, at the request of the Mobile city council, have visited New Orleans and investigated the methods employed in that city for the inspection of meats and milk.Representative S. J. Griffin, of Cullman county, has introduced in the Legislature a bill which seeks to regulate the practice of medicine in the

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