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September 6, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(10):578-580. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480360058011

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Abstract

Owing to the space taken by the educational matter in this issue, all regular departments are greatly reduced and some are omitted.

CALIFORNIA. 

Maternity Ward.  —Through the generosity of Mrs. Robert J. Burdette, the building of a maternity ward for the Pasadena Hospital is assured.

More Plague in San Francisco.  —During August, 2 new cases of bubonic plague were reported in San Francisco, making a total for 1902 up to this date of 13, with 12 deaths.

Riverside Hospital Incorporated.  —Articles of incorporation (if the Riverside Hospital Association were filed, August 20. The company is capitalized at $25,000, of which $6275 has been subscribed.

Dr. Lane's Estate.  —The value of the estate of the late Dr. Levi Cooper Lane, San Francisco, has been appraised at $301,108.56. His widow, who died August 9, has left the bulk of the estate to Cooper Medical College.

Lane Medical Lectures.  —The seventh annual course

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