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February 22, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(8):520-525. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480080030011

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CALIFORNIA.  For failure to notify the authorities that he had smallpox Dr. Malcolm K. McKenzie was removed from the Kern City Board of Health.

Another Medical College.  —Physicians interested in starting a medical college in Oakland have secured $3000 toward the building fund, and state that on April 1 work on the new building will be commenced.

Club Practice.  —Sacramento Fraternal Hospital Association was incorporated, February 5. Its object is to give members of fraternal orders and their families, and any other who may wish to purchase stock, medical care at reasonable rates.

New Hospital in Oakland.  —The Catholic Sisters of Providence have purchased for $12,000 a site 350 by 221 feet whereon they will erect a hospital which will afford clinical facilities to the Oakland College of Physicians and Surgeons.

Expectoration Ordinance Enforced.  —More than fifty citizens of San Francisco were arrested for spitting on sidewalks in violation of

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