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—Dr. James M. Boyd, Ravana, was appointed acting assistant surgeon, U. S. P. H. S., Oct. 18, 1918, and sent to Foreman for relief work in the influenza outbreak, and from there to Little Rock, Conway and Yell counties.—Drs. Cyrus F. Crosby, Heber Springs, and Hercules R. Webster, Texarkana, have been appointed members of the state board of health for a period of four years.
—Dr. William M. Moore, LaJunta, is reported to be seriously ill in Orlando, Fla.—In the case of Dr. Bennett Graff, Denver, recently convicted of causing the death of Mrs. Ruth Camp, through an illegal operation, the judgment was reversed by the supreme court, January 6.—Dr. Livingston Farrand, Boulder, president of