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June 29, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(26):1834. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470260012009

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(The usual amount of News has been crowded out on account of the Index.)

CALIFORNIA.  Dr. John M. Kane has been appointed city bacteriologist of Oakland, the appointment to take effect July 1.Dr. Frederick W. Hatch, Sacramento, was reappointed general superintendent of the State Hospitals, June 10.Dr. A. H. Giannini, San Francisco, who has recently returned from an eighteen-months' tour of Europe, was given a banquet by his professional and lay friends, June 8.The College of Medicine of Southern California, Los Angeles, held its sixteenth annual commencement, June 13, graduating a class of eighteen. The Faculty address was delivered by Rev. George T. Dowling, on "Originality."

CONNECTICUT.  Dr. Ellen Pembroke O'Flaherty, Hartford, has been appointed assistant physician in the Sanatorium at Santa Clara, N. Y.Prof. Edmund B. Wilson, of Columbia University, delivered the annual address in Medicine at Yale University,

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