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January 12, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(2):115-119. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470020043016

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CALIFORNIA.  Dr. Charles D. Lockwood, Chicago, has moved to Pasadena and has opened an office at Los Angeles.Dr. Frank H. Payne, Berkeley, was thrown from his buggy on December 27, and sustained a fracture of the thigh.Dr. J. Ellis Rodney, Chico, who was convicted of perjury, sentenced to serve twelve years in the penitentiary, and who appealed to the supreme court, must serve his time, as the court affirmed the decision.A hospital, equipped with all modern appliances, will be erected in Ventura by Dr. Cephas L. Bard and his brother, United States Senator Thomas R. Bard, in memory of their mother, Elizabeth Bard. The building will cost about $15,000, and when completed will be presented to the city.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.  The site for the new Municipal Hospital, Washington, which comprises thirty-three acres, has been purchased for $65,000 by the commissioners.Dr. Walter Reed, surgeon U. S.

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