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June 15, 1935

Medical News

JAMA. 1935;104(24):2191-2195. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760240051020

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ALABAMA 

Bill Introduced.—  H. 523 proposes to limit the retail distribution of articles, devices, drugs and medicinal preparations which may be used as contraceptives or for the prevention of venereal disease to licensed physicians and registered pharmacists.

CALIFORNIA 

Bill Enacted.—  A. 603 has been enacted as c. 269, Laws, 1935, amending the law relating to county hospitals so as to require the admittance of any expectant mother, unable to pay for the necessary care, to any county hospital.

State Medical Election.—  Dr. Edward M. Pallette, Los Angeles, was chosen president-elect of the California Medical Association at the annual meeting, May 13-16, and Dr. Robert A. Peers, Colfax, was installed as president. Coronado was designated as the place for the next annual meeting.

Society News.—  Dr. Hugh Hampton Young, Baltimore, will address the San Francisco County Medical Society, June 28, on "Present Day Surgery of the Prostate."—Dr. Otto A. Houzvicka, San

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