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May 2, 1908

Medical News

JAMA. 1908;L(18):1428-1436. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02530440038013

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CALIFORNIA. 

Society Reorganized.  —At a meeting of medical men of Kings County, held recently at Hanford, the Kings County Medical Society was reorganized with the following officers: President, Dr. Robert W. Musgrave; secretary, Dr. Charles T. Rosson, and treasurer, Dr. Edmond Dixon, all of Hanford.

Druggists Fined.  —Two druggists of San Francisco, who were selling poisons without the prescription of a physician, pleaded guilty April 6 and were fined $50 each, with the alternative of 50 days in jail. All fines were promptly paid.—Twenty-nine complaints have been sworn to against druggists and all for similar offenses.

Found Guilty.  —F. M. Hoque, San José, charged with practicing medicine without having first obtained a license from the State Board of Medical Examiners, is said to have been found guilty April 1, and fined $100. The defendant gave notice of appeal.—Former coroner, Dr. R. S. Lanterman, Los Angeles, charged with falsifying expense accounts

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