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October 12, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(15):983-988. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470410035011

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CALIFORNIA.  Smallpox is still in evidence in Oakland. Three new cases were discovered on September 27.

Santa Ana Hospital.  —A movement is well under way for the establishment of a cottage hospital at Santa Ana, to cost $10,000.

Doctors Must Register.  —The Los Angeles city council passed an ordinance September 30, requiring all physicians and surgeons to register at the health office and present the certificate previously obtained from the State Board of Health.

French Hospital Training School.  —The French Hospital Association, San Francisco, has approved the proposition to maintain a training school for female nurses with a maximum of 35. It also authorized the expenditure of $17,000 for additions and improvements to the hospital building.

GEORGIA.  The Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, held its seventieth annual opening exercises, October 1. Dr. James M. Hull made the introductory address.

Public Schools Closed.  —On account of the prevalence of scarlet fever

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