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August 25, 1906


JAMA. 1906;XLVII(8):588-589. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520080040010

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The California State Journal of Medicine, Phoenixlike, has risen from the ashes of the earthquake and fire. The June number appears in the old form and size, and Editor Jones is giving evidence that he is in business at the old stand. In the number before us, however, there are items that indicate that things are not as they were. "Please do not ask for back numbers of the Journal, for there are none," we read. "Please don't ask for copies of the constitution and by-laws, or for back numbers of the Register of Physicians, or for programs, for there are none." The state society seems to have been in unusual ill luck, for, while practically everything was wiped out by the earthquake and fire, another visitation was made on the night of July 21, when a new edition of the register, i. e., the state directory of physicians, was

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