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October 6, 1900

Medical News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXV(14):888-894. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460400036012

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CALIFORNIA.  The Spaniard who brought smallpox to Chico has died; another case has appeared, and quarantine has been established.The Pasadena Medical Society, on September 11, passed resolutions commending the local board of trustees for its action in sewering the city.Oakland's death-rate for August was the lowest on record, 9.76 per thousand per annum. More than 20 per cent, of the deaths were from consumption.Dr. Junius D. Young, Stockton, was reappointed first assistant physician at the State Hospital, September 13. Under the new regulations this gives him a life position from which he can be removed only for cause.The Gibbs Building, the first of the brick structures which are to replace the frame buildings of St. Luke's Hospital, San Francisco, had its cornerstone laid, September 19. The building will be 135 feet long, 44 feet wide and two stories and a basement in height.Los Angeles parents

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