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November 3, 1900

Medical News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXV(18):1162-1165. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460440036013

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CALIFORNIA.  The Berkeley Hospital directors have selected a site for the new building and hope to be able to receive patients before the end of the year.A site has been offered the San Francisco Board of Health for a pest-house, consisting of a three-acre isolated tract on the bay shore in South San Francisco.The Loma Linda Association has been incorporated with a capital stock of $200,000, to build and operate a sanatorium at Mound City, five miles south of San Bernardino.The Fresno County Hospital was burned to the ground October 18. Fortunately all the inmates were removed in safety. The loss was $80,000, insured for $27,500.The Oakland College of Medicine and Surgery filed its incorporation papers October 19. The incorporators are Drs. Frank L. Adams, Carl R. Krone, Dennis D. Crowley and Hayward G. Thomas, Oakland, and Joseph S. Eastman, Berkeley. The decision in the Garcelon

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