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June 6, 1914

Medical News

JAMA. 1914;LXII(23):1816-1823. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560480050024

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New Officers.  —Los Angeles County Medical Association, Santa Monica Bay branch, April 6: chairman, Dr. C. P. Thomas; secretary, Dr. Byron Palmer.

Immunization of National Guard.  —To perfect plans quickly to render the national guard of the state immune against small-pox and typhoid fever, a conference of medical officers was called, May 11, by Maj. Charles W. Decker, commanding field hospital No. 1, at the Armory Exposition Park, Los Angeles.

Sanitation of Camp of "Army of the Unemployed."  —Dr. Hugh Beattie, health officer of Sacramento County on an inspection of the camp of the "Army of the Unmeployed," north of Sacramento, reported the conditions to be very bad and recommended the dispersal of the "army." In this he was not sustained by the state board. Sanitary Inspector Ross employed by the State Board of Health, after an investigation of the conditions, made such recommendations to the board that instructions

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