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October 26, 1907

Medical News

JAMA. 1907;XLIX(17):1445-1451. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530170039011

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Osteopath.  —A Los Angeles jury is said recently to have found Wilbur R. Dewlin, an osteopath of Pasadena, guilty of practicing medicine without a license. He was accordingly fined $400 by Justice E. E. Self, the judge holding that his license as an osteopath did not give him authority to administer drugs and medicines.

Personal.  —Dr. C. 0. Gates, Santa Cruz, has started for Europe.—Dr. Winslow Anderson, San Francisco, has been commissioned surgeon general of the National Guard of California, with the rank of colonel.—Dr. Theodore G. Davis, Los Angeles, has been made professor of materia medica and therapeutics in the Medical College of the University of Southern California.

Medical College Opens.  —The College of Medicine of the University of Southern California began its twenty-third annual session October 3 with a dinner to the alumni association. The alumni association elected

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