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March 15, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(11):714-717. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480110036010

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Dr. Shepard Promoted.  —Dr. John L. Shepard, of Illinois, acting assistant surgeon, U. S. Army, has been made first lieutenant and assistant surgeon in the regular establishment.

Jacksonville Physicians Deplore Fenger's Death.  —At a recent meeting of the Jacksonville Physicians' Club the following resolution was passed: Resolved, That, in the death of Dr. Christian Fenger, of Chicago, the medical profession has lost a member whom it delighted to honor; one whose work, like his life, was confined to no one land or tongue, but was as cosmopolitan as the fraternity he honored with his name; a great surgeon, pathologist and teacher; one of whom it might fittingly be written: Doctores docuit.

Disagreement in Marshall Case.  —It looks as if Dr. James A. Marshall were to be made a political scapegoat. After a long trial, the board of managers of the Illinois State Reformatory, Pontiac. has passed the following resolutions:

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