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January 27, 1906

Medical News

JAMA. 1906;XLVI(4):282-288. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510310044013

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CALIFORNIA. 

Long Beach Medical Society.  —At its annual meeting Dr. Homer O. Bates was elected president of this society; Dr. Joseph M. Holden, secretary, and Dr. W. W. Harriman Jones, councilor.

Sanatorium Sold.  —The Loma Linda Sanatorium, which was purchased several years ago by a number of physicians of Los Angeles, has not proved profitable and the hospital has been sold to the Adventists, who will continue the work.

Fire Damage.  —By a fire in the Douglass Building, Los Angeles, January 11, Dr. Ralph Williams sustained a loss of $1,500, and the offices of Drs. David B. Thornton, Charles D. Lockwood and Frank S. Dillingham were seriously damaged by fire, smoke and water.

Measles Epidemic.  —The large number of cases of measles and whooping cough in Alameda in December has caused the board of health to take unusual precautions to stamp out these diseases. The classrooms in the schools where

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