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June 30, 1906

Medical News

JAMA. 1906;XLVI(26):2003-2009. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510530023010

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Hospital Opened.  —The Whittier Hospital was formally opened with a reception, June 4.

Bequest.  —By the will of the late Bartlett Doe of San Francisco, the Fabiola Hospital, Oakland, and the Hospital for Children each receives five-eighteenths of 1 per cent, of the estate, which is valued at more than $2,000,000.

Leper's Home Burned.  —By order of the mayor of Santa Ana, the house in which a leper has been living in that city was burned. Three adjoining buildings and vegetable gardens, where the leper had worked, were also destroyed.

Lane Lecture Course.  —Cooper Medical College announces that the course of Lane medical lectures will commence August 20, and will continue during five days of the week, two lectures being delivered daily. The lecturer is Dr. John C. McVail, D.P.H., Glasgow, Scotland, and his subject is "Practical Hygiene, Epidemics and Preventive Medicine."

Medical School Rearrangement.  —The University of California

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