December 13, 1924

Medical News

JAMA. 1924;83(24):1928-1933. doi:10.1001/jama.1924.02660240042019

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Sanipractor Returns to Washington.  —"Dr." W. L. Martin, Long Beach, who was arrested, October 8 and 24, on a charge of practicing medicine without a license, pleaded guilty, it is reported, to both charges and was sentenced to pay a fine of $100 and to sixty days in jail. Martin claims to have graduated from the American University of Sanipractic, Seattle (The Journal, October 25, p. 1344). His jail sentence having been suspended, Martin closed his office, stating that he would return to the state of Washington immediately.

Supervisors Control Board of Health.  —The passing of charter amendment No. 33, it is reported, places the control of the board of health, San Francisco, under the direct supervision of

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