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April 27, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LVIII(17):1291-1296. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260040307024

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CALIFORNIA 

Physicians Taxed.  —An ordinance was passed by the city council of Monterey recently requiring physicians of the city to pay a business license of $2.50 quarterly.

Medical Evangelists.  —The delegates of the College of Medical Evangelists, in conference at Loma Linda, March 30, voted $125,000 for improvements during the coming year. About $40,000 of this amount will be used in the construction of a reinforced concrete hospital, two stories in height.

Ultimatum to Chinese Physicians.  —It is reported that every Chinese doctor in Los Angeles was ordered to cease business, March 25, when notice was served by the State Board of Pharmacy that any Chinese doctor caught in the act of prescribing for a patient would be arrested and prosecuted.

New Building for County Society.  —A general plan has been formulated by the board of permanent quarters of the Los Angeles Medical Society for the erection of an office

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