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April 1, 1911

Medical News

JAMA. 1911;LVI(13):973-979. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560130037020

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Personal.  —Dr. Daniel B. Northrup, health officer of San Diego County, is reported to be ill with septicemia.—Dr. Edward R. Wagner, San Jose, has returned after six months in Europe.

Segregation Experiment.  —The hospital which is to be operated in connection with the proposed plan for the segregation of prostitutes in San Francisco, opened March 21, at 684 Commerical Street, under the supervision of Dr. William F. McNutt, health officer of the city.

San Joaquin Physicians Meet.  —The thirty-first semiannual meeting of the San Joaquin Valley Medical Society was held in Fresno, March 14. The following officers were elected: president, Dr. Walter E. Lilley, Merced; vice-presidents, Drs. George H. Aiken, Fresno, and Charles O. Mitchell, Laton.

Pasadena Entertainment Fund.  —At a meeting of the executive committee of the Los Angeles Convention League it was announced that the physicians of Pasadena had raised a fund of $3,000 for the entertainment

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