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—An epidemic of diphtheria is said to be raging at Floriston, Nevada County, where a number of cases have been found and two deaths have occurred.
—Work is soon to be commenced on the new hospital to be erected in the Claremont district of Berkeley at a cost of $100,000. Dr. George F. Reinhardt is to be in charge of the hospital when completed.—A change in the management of the Truckee Hospital has been made, Mr. W. Baumann retiring and Drs. J. Gordon Mackay and George W. Bryant assuming charge of the institution as managers.— Dr. Frank K. Ainsworth, head of the Southern Pacific hospital department, is looking over sites at Roseville, preparatory to building an emergency hospital for railroad employés at that place.
Resolutions of Thanks.
—The San Francisco County Medical Society, at a recent meeting, adopted the following resolutions of thanks to those who
Medical News. JAMA. 1907;XLIX(12):1033-1039. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530120055012