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September 15, 1900

Medical News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXV(11):693-701. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460370035014

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ALABAMA.  Dr. Irwin W. Patton, of Huntsville, has been appointed acting assistant-surgeon in the army, and directed to report for duty to the commanding officer of the United States forces in China.

ARIZONA.  Dr. G. W. Greenleaf, of San Diego, Cal., has been appointed physician of the Fort Young Indian School, Yuma, vice Dr. William T. Hefferman, resigned.The Sanatorium at St. Mary's Hospital, Tucson, will soon be ready for occupancy. It is a building in pavilion style, with twenty-four rooms, sanitary arrangements of the latest model, and will cost about $25,000.

CALIFORNIA.  Dr. William H. Flint has returned to Santa Barbara and resumed practice.Dr. Fisher R. Clarke has returned to Stockton, after a two months' trip to Cape Nome, Alaska.Dr. Barton Dozier and Miss Mary D. Boynton, both of Los Angeles, were married on August 27.San Diego had only fifteen deaths in July, "thirteen white, one

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