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Cooper College Graduates.
—On May 5, the annual commencement exercises of Cooper Medical College, San Francisco, were held, and a class of seventeen was graduated. Dr. Henry Gibbons, Jr., dean of the college, introduced the president, Dr. Edward R. Taylor, who conferred the degrees.
—Dr. Charles V. Cross has been appointed president; Dr. Thurlow S. Miller, secretary, and Dr. Edwin C. Van Dyke, treasurer, of the reorganized Board of United States Examining Surgeons for San Francisco.—Dr. George L. Cole has been appointed a member of the board of health of Los Angeles, vice Dr. William J. Chambers, resigned.
—With the completion of the group of county hospital buildings, Los Angeles County will have expended $300,000 in this work. The completed buildings will contain an administration building, surgical ward, three medical wards, tuberculosis building, contagious ward, insane ward, nurses'quarters, superintendent's residence, etc. At present there are under
Medical News. JAMA. 1910;LIV(21):1698–1704. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550470038007
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