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May 20, 1899

Medical News.

JAMA. 1899;XXXII(20):1124-1126. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450470046023

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We are glad to be able to record that Prof. Austin Flint, whose illness we announced last week, is convalescent.

Dr. David Street has been re-elected dean of the Baltimore Medical College for the thirteenth successive year.

Dr. Duncan McColman has been appointed assistant dean and superintendent of the Maryland General Hospital, Baltimore.

A clipping states that Professor Koch has gone to the tropics to investigate mosquitoes, but that is a game at which two may play.

Prof. Walter S. Haines, M.D., of Chicago, is editing the forthcoming "American Text-Book of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology," to be issued by Saunders.

Owing to lack of financial support from the city, the members of the board of health of Carlisle, Pa., have tendered their resignation. The board has been in existence since 1894.

John B. Roach and Elleline Roach, children of John Roach, the shipbuilder, have recently presented an ambulance and horse

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