February 21, 1903

Medical News.

JAMA. 1903;XL(8):523-529. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490080041013

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Personal.  —Dr. Leonard Stocking has been elected medical superintendent of the Agnew State Hospital; Dr. George D. Marvin has been promoted to be first assistant physician, and Dr. Edwin A. Kelley, Berkeley, has been appointed to take charge of the male department of the institution.—Dr. Titian J. Coffey, Los Angeles, is taking a course of special study in the East, and will visit Europe.

New Hospitals.  —Sonoma County is to have a new county hospital at Santa Rosa, to cost $40,000.—The new Emergency Hospital on Crocker street, Los Angeles, was formally opened January 26.—A free polyclinic was opened at San Francisco, January 22, under the patronage of the Emanuel Sisterhood.—Plans are being matured for a $100,000 Methodist Hospital at Los Angeles.—Sequoia Hospital has been incorporated by five physicians of Eureka, with a capitalization of $50,000.

Proposed Medical Laws  —A bill has been introduced in the Senate for the regulation of the

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