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February 11, 1905

Medical News.

JAMA. 1905;XLIV(6):481-485. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500330049012

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A Summer Resort.  —Sitka Hot Springs is soon to be opened as a health and summer resort. Drs. Henry W. Coe, Robert L. Gillespie and Walter T. Williamson of Portland, Ore., are interested in the venture and will spend about $20,000 in buildings.


County Physician Indicted.  —As a result of its investigations, the grand jury of Cochise County found a true bill for manslaughter against County Physician Marshall D. Johnson, Bisbee, and he is held in bonds of $3,000.

Grand Jury Arraigns Officials.  —The December grand jury of Cochise County alleges gross irregularities and willful violations of law in the conduct of county institutions; finds the food provided at the county hospital insufficient in quantity and inferior in quality; the bedding filthy; the steward, brutal and abusive, and the county physician neglectful of his duties.

New Officers Elected.  —At the annual meeting of the Yavapai County Medical Society,

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