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September 28, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LIX(13):1198-1202. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270090442023

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Sanitation Car to Washington.  —The California State Board of Health sanitation car was sent to Washington under charge of Dr. J. F. Leinen, assistant to the secretary of the board, to be exhibited at the International Congress on Hygiene.

The New Home Project in Los Angeles.  —The bulletin of the Los Angeles County Medical Association for September 14 devotes considerable space to the proposition of the medical building. The plan has made excellent progress and many space reservations have already been made, justifying the expectation that the building will be a financial success.

Personal.  —Dr. George H. Kress has returned from abroad.—Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Newcomb, Pasadena, have gone abroad.—Dr. R. L. Richards, M.C., U. S. Army, San Francisco, has been appointed medical superintendent of the Mendocino State Hospital, Talmage, vice Dr. E. Warren King, resigned.—Dr. T. Orde Smith, South Berkeley, was seriously injured in a

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