April 6, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(14):973-978. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470140043013

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ALABAMA.  Dr. Willis W. Scales, Mobile, has been elected assistant quarantine physician.Birmingham Medical College held its annual commencement, April 1, when degrees were conferred on a class of fifteen.The quarantine board of Mobile Bay held its annual meeting at Mobile, March 13, adopted rules and regulations for the present quarantine season, and elected officers.

CALIFORNIA.  Smallpox is increasing in San Francisco. On March 26, thirty-five cases were on the records of the health office.The State Board of Medical Examiners has been sued by a graduate of the San Francisco short-term college recently referred to editorially in The Journal. He accuses the board of bias and is endeavoring to compel the issuance of a license in his case.The legislature has appointed a committee to investigate the feasibility of establishing a state hospital for the treatment of tuberculosis, in the southern part of the state. Great opposition was

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