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Illegal Practitioner Fined.
—Shew Ping, a Chinese herb doctor of San Francisco, was found guilty of practicing medicine without a license and was fined $200.
Chiropractic Act on Ballot.
—An act providing for the creation of a board of chiropractic examiners apart from the state board of medical examiners will be on the 1920 California ballot.
Society Organ Resumes Publication.
—The Bulletin, a monthly publication, the official organ of the Montgomery County Medical Society, which was suspended during the war, resumed publication with the November issue.
—In the case of Dr. Horace Reddish, Jerseyville, charged with the murder of his father and a domestic in their home near Jerseyville several months ago, the jury, December
Medical News. JAMA. 1919;73(26):1944–1948. doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610520034022
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