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February 8, 1908

Medical News

JAMA. 1908;L(6):459-464. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02530320047012

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Abstract

CALIFORNIA. 

Fund for Special Sanitation.  —At a joint meeting of the supervisors on Finance and on Hospitals and on Health, January 16, it was decided to allow the San Francisco Board of Health $11,500 as an appropriation from the city toward the expense of the special sanitation campaign.

Assessed by Law.  —In the case of Mr. and Mrs. McKinzie against Dr. J. T. Stewart, Los Angeles, in which damages of $50,000 was claimed on account of alleged malpractice, the jury is said to have found for the plaintiff and awarded damages of $5,000.—K. Tokunaga, San Jose, is said to have pleaded guilty to the charge of practicing medicine without a license, January 18, and to have been fined $100.

May Absorb Medical College.  —It seems probable that the long-considered question of the consolidation of the Leland Stanford University and Cooper Medical College, San Francisco, may be accomplished. This consolidation would

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