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Office Building Planned.
—Plans are said to be near completion for the erection of a twelve-story office building for the use of the Los Angeles Medical Association and physicians of the city.
Exposition Emergency Hospital.
—Space in the Service Building, at the foot of Fillmore Street, has been reserved for the Emergency Hospital for the exposition at San Francisco in 1915.
Malicious Charges Defeated.
—Dr. B. J. O'Neill, president of the San Diego Board of Health, and Dr. Francis H. Mead, the health officer of the City of San Diego, were charged by a disgruntled milkman, the former with having tried over the telephone to obtain milk free of cost as president of the Board of Health, the latter with having received milk and cream without charge. The milkman in question had been forbidden by the board to label and advertise his milk as "Certified" and subsequently "Pasteurized" which
Medical News. JAMA. 1913;61(7):497–502. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350070051021
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