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February 10, 1900

Medical News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(6):374-378. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460060058018

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Abstract

A legacy of Jenny Lind-Goldschmidt gives the Samaritan Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden, $30,000.

The children's ward at St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville, Fla., which was dedicated three weeks ago, was damaged by fire January 26.

Two recent attempts to establish a crematory at Monmouth Beach, N. J., have met with such opposition from the cottagers that the project has been abandoned.

Steps have been taken for a new and enlarged hospital for the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia.

Owing to the increased number of students and clinical material of this hospital, the present facilities are inadequate. The old building will only in part be torn down.

The Supreme Court has sustained the law requiring all barbers in Minnesota to have licenses, which has been the subject of contest for two years. It is held that there is as much necessity for a law requiring the maintenance of cleanly barber shops as there is

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