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Tennessee Health Officers' Association.
—This body held a three days' session at Nashville, Tenn., ending August 16. In the election of officers, Dr. W. S. Nash of Knoxville, was re-elected president and other officers chosen as follows: First vice-president, Heber Jones of Memphis; second vice-president, Charles E. Lones of Knoxville; third vice-president, Larkin Smith of Nashville; secretary, H. C. Chance of Tazewell; advisor and superintendent of the veterinary division of the association, H. D. Fenimore of Knoxville.
Canadian Medical Association.
—At the twenty-first annual meeting of this Association, held at Montreal, August 18, 19 and 20, the following officers were elected: President, Dr. Irving H. Cameron, Toronto; vice-presidents, Prince Edward Island, Dr. J. McLeod, Charlottetown; Nova Scotia, Dr. Kirkpatrick, Halifax; New Brunswick, Dr. L. N. Bourque, Moncton; Quebec, Dr. Jas. Bell, Montreal; Ontario, Dr. J. A. Williams, Ingersoll; Manitoba, Dr. R. S. Thompson, Deloraine; Northwest Territories, Dr. Lindsay, Calgary; British
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