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January 21, 1905

Medical News.

JAMA. 1905;XLIV(3):224-230. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500300056014

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Abstract

ARKANSAS. 

Asylum Report.  —The biennial report of the superintendent of the Arkansas State Lunatic Asylum, Little Rock, shows that 3,631 have been admitted into the institution since it was established, and 236 in the last two years.

Smallpox in Pulaski County.  —According to a statement issued by the county physician, there are about thirty-five cases of smallpox in the county, outside of the towns of Little Rock and Argenta. These cases were mostly among the negro population in the vicinity of Jacksonville and McAlmont.

CALIFORNIA. 

Hospital Open.  —Good Samaritan Hospital, Los Angeles, was formally reopened December 29 after improvements and enlargements had been made costing $1,000,000. It now can accommodate 100 patients.

Personal.  —Dr. Hubert N. Rowell, Berkeley, has been appointed attending physician at the California State Home for the Adult Blind.-Dr. Jules A. Simion has been made a member of the San Francisco Board of Health, vice Dr. J.

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