Graduation Made a Requirement.
—It is announced that on and after July all applicants for license to practice medicine in the state must be graduates of reputable medical colleges. This leaves only four states, Arkansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi and Tennessee, which continue to examine non-graduates in medicine for license to practice.
Hospital Staff Appointed.
—The following medical and surgical staff has been appointed for the Mobile City Hospital for the six months beginning April 1: Surgery—Drs. William McD. Mastin, Douglas G. Campbell, Harry T. Inge, James J. Peterson, and Joseph Schwartz; medicine—Drs. Ernest S. Feagin, Neal E. Sellers, Nicholas A. Madler, and Lee W. Roe; dermatology—Dr. M. Toulmin Gaines; obstetrics—Dr. R. Clarence Jones; pathology—Dr. C. Winthrop; eye, ear, nose and throat—Dr. Alfred E. Maumenee; and county physician— Dr. William G. Ward.
—At the annual meeting of the Autauga County Medical Society, held in Prattville, March 11, the following