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July 11, 1903

Medical News.

JAMA. 1903;XLI(2):109-114. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.04470040037024

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CALIFORNIA.  Bard Hospital Incorporated.—The Elizabeth Bard Memorial Hospital, Ventura, has been incorporated with a capital stock of $40,000.The Last of the Epidemic.—The sixteenth death in the epidemic of typhoid fever at Leland Stanford University, Palo Alto, occurred June 17, and the hospital, which has been in use for two months, is now closed.One More Plague Cawse.—The ninety-fifth officially recorded case of bubonic plague at San Francisco was reported Juen 5, and the diagnosis confirmed by autopsy on the following day. There had been no case recorded since March 17.Personal.—Dr. and Mrs. Fisher R. Clarke, Stockton, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary, Juen 6.—Dr. Francis M. Bruner has been elected chairman of the Santa Ana Board of Health, and Dr. John G. Berneike, health officer.Graduation.—The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, graduated a class of 25 from its medical department June 11. The bishop of Los Angeles, Rt.

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