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—Dr. Elliott H. Woolsey, Oakland, and wife sailed on a trip to Japan, China and the Philippine Islands, March 11. He expects to return in about six months.
—As no new cases of scarlet fever had been reported at Marysville for ten days, the regulations prohibiting public gatherings were suspended March 11, and the schools reopened March 16.
—The Sequoia Hospital Association (Eureka) has elected the following officers: President, Dr. Jay L. McLaren; vice-president, Dr. William H. Wallace; treasurer, Dr. Rae Felt, and secretary, Dr. Charles C. Falk.
Savage Amendment Fails.
—The senate, by a vote of 18 to 17, defeated Senator Savage's bill to amend the medical practice act by taking the power of appointing the State Board of Medical Examiners from the state medical societies and vesting it in the governor.
"Divine Healer" Arrested.
—John Miller, calling himself "Dr. Miller, the Divine
Medical News.. JAMA. 1903;XL(13):855–860. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490130039009