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August 17, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(7):455-459. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470330037010

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CALIFORNIA.  Dr. George H. Aike has been elected president of the Fresno Board of Health, and Dr. Philip N. Russell, city health officer.Colonel Charles R. Greenleaf, assistant surgeon general, U. S. Army, has relieved Colonel William H. Forwood as chief medical officer of the Department of California.

Southern Pacific Hospital Changes.  —It is announced that on the retirement of Dr. Amos Graves, chief surgeon of the Atlantic system of the Southern Pacific Railway Co., the authority of Dr. Matthew Gardner, San Francisco, is to be extended to include that territory.The Board of Medical Examiners of the State of California held its meeting for organization, August 6. Up to the time the new medical law went into effect, 6725 applications for license had been received by the Board. About two-thirds of these were applications from outside the state.

Sue for Certificates.  —Four graduates of the Pacific Coast Regular

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