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March 22, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(12):770-776. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480120028013

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CONNECTICUT. 

Change in Medical Course.  —Yale Medical School has announced that the first year's studies can hereafter be arranged to be taken in the academic department, the second, third and fourth years being spent in the medical school proper.

To Restrict Consumption.  —The Bridgeport Medical Association has voted to appoint a committee of five to confer with Health Officer Hill for the purpose of drafting an ordinance to be presented to the common council to restrict the spreading of consumption.

Dr. Lindsley's Semi-Centenary.  —A complimentary banquet was tendered, February 20, to Dr. Charles A. Lindsley, New Haven, secretary of the State Board of Health, and emeritus professor of principles and practice of medicine in Yale Medical School, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of his entrance to practice in New Haven. Dr. William H. Carmall acted as toastmaster.

Indebtedness Wiped Out.  —Early in February the officials of the Hartford

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