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November 25, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLV(22):1660-1669. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510220046012

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Bequest.  —By the will of the late James C. King, Chicago, $10,000 is devised to a hospital in Pasadena, Cal., which the testator believed to be a worthy enterprise.

Hospital Incorporated.  —The Oakland Central Hospital has been incorporated in Oakland by Drs. William D. Huntington, Oakland; T. A. Williamson; Edward R. Sill, Alameda; Robert T. Stratton, Alameda, and Chauncey H. Wilder, Alameda, with a capital stock of $75,000.

Will Not Change Meeting Place.  —At a meeting of the San Bernardino Medical Society November 8 an attempt was made to change the by-laws so that Redlands should hereafter be the permanent headquarters of the society instead of San Bernardino. The motion, however, was voted down by the older members of the society with the assistance of the members from San Bernardino.

Charge Against Physician Dismissed.  —Dr. W. Fred Stahl, Los Angeles, charged with illegal practice of medicine, was dismissed by

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