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May 5, 1906

Medical News

JAMA. 1906;XLVI(18):1383-1388. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510450057014

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Accident.  —Drs. Charles Sexton and Charles Freedman, Los Angeles, were thrown from their carriage in a runaway accident, April 11, and rendered unconscious.

Plague at Oakland.  —Dr. N. K. Foster, secretary of the State Board of Health, reports that there is no doubt of the diagnosis of the case of bubonic plague recently discovered at Oakland.

Personal.  —Dr. Henry J. Kreutzmann and family, San Francisco, have returned from a European trip.—Dr. Francis L. Newton, Woodland, has been made president of the local board of health.—Dr. Charles E. Parent, San Francisco, sailed for Europe, April 6.—Dr. Louis C. Deane, San Francisco, has returned from Europe.—Dr. William J. Caesar, San José, has been appointed member of the local board of health, vice Dr. E. D. Moffit, resigned.

CONNECTICUT.  New Internes.—As a result of the examination for internes at Hartford Hospital,

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