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San Francisco, Oct. 25, 1906.
To the Editor:
—I regret to notice that in its report, published in The Journal, Oct. 20, 1906, page 1311, the relief committee of physicians of San Francisco has omitted numerous contributions of books and surgical instruments made by physicians in various parts of the United States. I would mention also that the firm of Saunders & Co., of Philadelphia, donated books to the value of about $1,200. The instrument dealers and book dealers of San Francisco made liberal discounts, practically to the value of their own commissions, for the benefit of physicians accredited by the physicians' committee. The above gifts were appreciated by the physicians quite as much as contributions in money.
Rixford E. Report of Relief Committee of Physicians of San Francisco. JAMA. 1906;XLVII(18):1499–1500. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520180075015
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