The public last week received, from Elizabeth Fox, national director of the Public Health Nursing Service of the American Red Cross, some ponderable figures on doctors' bills:
Every day in the year the 100,000 physicians of the U. S. take in $1,500,000 in fees, or $15 each.
About 20 out of every 1,000 of the U. S. population, or almost two and one-half million, are sick daily. All, of course, do not call doctors. General practitioners charge from $3 to $5 for office visits, $5 to $10 for house calls.
Doctors consider the $15 a...