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October 8, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;55(15):1293-1299. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330150053020

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CALIFORNIA 

Pay of Interns.—  The supervisors of Los Angeles county have voted to pay interns of the County Hospital an annual salary of $100.

Itinerant Practitioners Taxed.—  A new license ordinance has been adopted by the city council of Porterville, by virtue of which itinerant doctors will be obliged to pay a license of $50 per day.

First-Aid Boxes on Streets.—  The chief of police of Berkeley made requisition for twenty-five Red Cross, first-aid-to-the-injured boxes, to be placed near the police and fire alarm boxes. The bicycle policemen will also carry first-aid boxes on their bicycles.

Personal.—  Dr. Francis M. Pottenger, medical director of the Pottenger Sanatorium, Monrovia, writes to deny the report which has been circulated to the effect that he is starting or contemplates starting a sanatorium for tuberculosis at Tucson, Ariz., as a branch of the Pottenger Sanatorium.—Dr. H. C. McClenahan, Belmont, who recently returned from Europe,

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