December 3, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;55(23):1987-1995. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330230045017

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Personal.—  Dr. S. M. Augustine, San Rafael, has donated $2,000, bequeathed by the will of the late William Patton, toward the construction of a playground for school children of the city.—Dr. Pauline S. Nusbaumer has been appointed city bacteriologist of Oakland.

Offenders Against the Law.—  Robert Thompson, San Francisco, said to have been convicted of murder in the second degree by the performance of a criminal operation on a young stenographer, was sentenced to twenty years' imprisonment in the San Quentin Penitentiary, November 19.—Julian MacRae, Los Angeles, is said to have pleaded guilty in the United States District Court, November 12, of the charge of unlawfully using the United States mail, and to have been fined $100.—Jose Benito, Oakland, charged with selling medicine not put up by a licensed pharmacist and manufacturing in violation of the state law, is said to have been found guilty in a justice court,

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