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—The first ward of the Methodist Social Service Hospital, Los Angeles, was officially opened July 11.
—The Association of California Hospitals was organized in Los Angeles July 9. The members of the board include Drs. Walter M. Lindley, R. L. Byron, H. P. Barton, O. C. Welbourn and W. M. Lewis, Los Angeles; R. Brown, San Francisco; D. Gochenaur, San Diego; F. C. E. Mattison, Pasadena; J. W. Ward, San Francisco, and F. K. Ainsworth, San Francisco.
—Dr. F. C. Shurtleff, Los Angeles, was presented with a gold special police shield by the policemen of University Station in appreciation of service rendered to the late
Police Captain Bradish.
—Dr. A. B. Royal, formerly of Pasadena, who escaped from the Sierra Madra Sanatorium, was found in a canyon, July 11, and returned to the sanatorium.—Drs. M. F. Clark and A. S. Tuchler, San Francisco,
Medical News. JAMA. 1913;61(4):286–290. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350040052021