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Typhoid Inoculation at University.
—Antityphoid inoculation is being administered free to the students and faculty of the University of California. Thus far immunization is optional.
—The new Mercy Hospital, Bakersfield, was dedicated November 9, with impressive ceremonies by Right Rev. Thomas Conaty, bishop of Monterey and Los Angeles.
—The Oaks Sanatorium has been incorporated at San Jose with a capital of $50,000, and the following officers have been elected: president, Dr. Richard F. Tomlinson, San Francisco; secretary, Dr. Lily Boldemann, San Francisco; treasurer, Dr. William Boericke, San Francisco, and medical superintendent, Dr. Mary C. MacInnes, Los Gatos.
Fund for Medical Building.
—The Board of Regents of the University of California announced November 11, the completion of the additional fund of $600,000 for the erection of the hospital building which is to be a part of the College of Medicine of the University. It was stated
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