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November 25, 1899

Chicago.

JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(22):1373. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450740061023

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Abstract

Dr. Cunera Scheffer has resigned from the staff of the Dunning hospital.

Dr. Gertrude G. Wellington has been elected president of the Medical Women's Club, vice Dr. Jennie E. Smith, resigned.

The Health Department has added measles and whooping-cough to the class of diseases which must be reported by attending physicians.

No action has been taken by the Cook County Commissioners toward an investigation into the management of the County Hospital, as advocated by some of the newspapers.

Dr. John G. Byrne late first lieutenant and assistant-surgeon, Second Regiment Illinois Volunteers, during the Spanish-American War, has again accpted a medical appointment in the army. He was assigned to the Forty-First Infantry, and sailed with that regiment, November 20.

A bazaar will be held December 7 to 9, by the women of the Methodist Churches, to raise $25,000 for furnishing the new Wesley Hospital. When completed the institution will be conducted

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