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May 11, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(19):1329-1333. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470190041011

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Abstract

CALIFORNIA.  Dr. Albert H. Taylor, San Francisco, has sailed for Europe. He will take post-graduate work in Vienna.Cooper Medical College, San Francisco, graduated a class of 27, April 23. Rev. Bradford Leavitt delivered the address to the class, on "A Man's Duty to His Mind."Health Officer Dr. John A. Colliver, San Bernardino, resigned April 20, and Dr. Charles A. Mackechnie was elected in his stead. Dr. John N. Baylis was elected permanent chairman of the board of health.French Hospital Changes.—With the change of superintendent of the French Hospital, San Francisco, certain changes in the staff have become advisable. On April 17, Dr. F. Dudley Tait was re-elected surgeon and Dr. F. P. Canac-Marquis, formerly of St. Paul, Minn., gynecologist; Dr. Marcus W. Fredrick, oculist; Dr. Martin Krotoszyner and Dr. Casimir F. Pawlicki were elected to the staff.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.  Dr. Luther H. Reichelderfer, Washington, has

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