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JAMA. 1903;XLI(10):611-615. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490290023010.
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In Memory of Dr. Gardner.  —In memory of the late Dr. Matthew Gardner, San Francisco, and to show the high respect they bore him, the San Francisco County Medical Society, at its meeting, August 11, passed resolutions.

State Board Election.  —The State Board of Medical Examiners has elected the following officers: Dr. Dudley Tait, San Francisco, president; Dr. Lewis A. Perce, Long Beach, vicepresident; Dr. Charles L. Tisdale, Alameda, treasurer, and Dr. George G. Gere, San Francisco, secretary.

In the Toils.  —"Dr." H. G. Wright, Cloverdale, was fined $100 for practicing medicine without a license in that town.—Ma Too Ting of Stockton, twice tried for practicing medicine without a license and on whose case two juries have disagreed, has been discharged.—"Dr." Myers, an optician of Hanford, found guilty of impersonating an agent of the State Board of Health and sentenced to 100 days in jail and a fine of


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