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August 24, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(8):520-524. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470340038012

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Abstract

CALIFORNIA.  The California Hospital, Los Angeles, is to have a three-story brick addition to cost $25,000.Smallpox has appeared in Napa, and has apparently been eradicated from San Jose, where the last placard has just been removed.Major William L. Kneedler, surgeon, U. S. army, has returned from China and is sojourning at Coronado Beach, pending his departure for West Point, where he has been assigned to duty.

Prizes for Hospital Plans.  —The building committee of the German Benevolent Society, San Francisco, has offered prizes of $2000, $1000, $750 and $500 for the four designs best meeting its requirements for a new hospital to cost $250,000.

Personal.  —Dr. Herman E. Muller, Oakland, is spending his vacation at Bartlett Springs.—Dr. and Mrs. George B. N. Clow have returned from a European trip; Dr. Clow will resume practice in San Francisco.—Dr. J. T. Royles, Woodland, has returned from a trip to the

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