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A donation to antituberculosis work was made by the late Baron Dr. Kitasato, and Drs. Kitashima and Takano, in memory of their father and son. The Japan Antituberculosis Association held a meeting, September 11, in the Association Hall at Marunouchi, Tokyo. After a report by Dr. Sato, the general secretary, an election was held for chairman of the councilors of the association, and Baron Dr. Kanasugi was elected.Instead of allowing the local prefectural offices to impose a tax on radio listeners, which they were going to do next fiscal year, the home ministry decided to receive a yearly donation of 1,000,000 yen from the Japan Union Broadcast Association. This money will be distributed among the local prefectures according to the number of listeners and will be spent on antituberculosis work there.A part of the interest on the Shoken Empress-Dowager's fund, which has been kept in trust
JAPAN. JAMA. 1932;98(5):416. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730310056024
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