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(4) A Committee on Legislation and Political Action, to which shall be
referred all matters relating to state and national legislation, memorials to
legislatures, to the United States Congress, to the President of the United
States, etc. (The members of the National Committee on Medical Legislation
shall be members ex-officio of this committee.)

(5) A Committee on Hygiene and Public Health, to which shall be referred
all matters relating to hygiene, public health, etc.

(6) A Committee on Amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws, to which
shall be referred all business relating to the subject.

(7) A Committee on Reports of Officers, to which shall be referred the
president's address and the secretary's and the trustees' reports.

(8) A Committee on Credentials, to which shall be referred all questions
regarding the registration and the credentials of delegates.

(9) A Committee on Miscellaneous Business, to which shall be referred all
business not otherwise disposed of.

BOOK rV.— SCIENTIFIC WORK.
Chapter XL— General Meetings.

Section 1. Time of Meetings.— The General Meetings shall be held at 10.30
A. M. and 7.30 P. M. of the first day of the annual session, and at 7.30 P. M.
of the two subsequent days. Each General Meeting shall be presided over by
the president or, in his absence or at his request, by one of the vice-presidents.

Sec. 2. Addresses at General Meeting. — Before the opening General Meeting
shall be delivered the address by the president, whose recommendations shall
thereon go to the House of Delegates for action, and before each following
meeting such addresses as may be provided for. None of these addresses shall
exceed thirty minutes in its delivery.

Sec. 3. Order of Business. — The order of business of the first, or opening,
General Meeting shall be as follows :

1. The calling of the meeting to order by the president, or, in his absence,
by one of the vice-presidents.

2. Prayer.

3. Address of welcome and response.

4. The report of the Committee of Arrangements.

5. Introduction and installation of the president-elect.

6. The annual address of the president.

7. Adjournment.



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Chapter XII. — Sections.
Section 1. Titles of Sections for Scientific "Work.— The American Medical
Association shall be divided into the following sections:

1. Practice of Medicine.

2. Surgery and Anatomy.

3. Obstetrics and Gynecology.

4. Ophthalmology.

5. Laryngology, Otology and Rhinology.

6. Diseases of Children.

7. Pharmacology and Therapeutics.

8. Pathology and Physiology.

9. Stomatology.

10. Nervous and Mental Diseases.

11. Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery.

12. Hygiene and Sanitary Science.

Sec. 2. Officers of Sections. — The officers of each section shall consist of a
chairman, a vice-chairman and a secretary. These shall serve for one year or
until their successors are elected and qualified; provided that each section
may elect its secretary to serve a longer time at its discretion. Each section
shall also elect annually one representative and an alternate to the House of
Delegates of the American Medical Association to serve one year.

Sec. 3. Election of Officers. — The election of officers shall be the first order
of business of the morning meeting of the third day of each annual session.
To participate in the election of any section a member must have indicated on
registering that he desires to affiliate with such section, and must have
recorded his name and address on the section register book. The Section on
Practice of Medicine, on Surgery and Anatomy, and on Hygiene and Sanitary
Science shall each nominate of their section one to deliver at the ensuing
annual session, respectively, the oration on practice of medicine, the oration
on surgery and the oration on state medicine.

Sec. 4. Duties of the Section Officers, (a) Chairman. — The chairman shall
preside at the meetings of the section and shall perform such duties as
usually belong to such an office, or as may be provided by the by-laws of the
section. He shall co-operate with the secretary in arranging the program,
and shall see that proper arrangements are made for his section at the annual
session.

(b) Vice-Chairman. — The vice-chairman shall assist the chairman in the
performance of his duties and shall preside in his absence, or at his request.

(c) Secretary. — The secretary shall keep a record of the proceedings of the
section in a book provided for such purpose; shall, with the co-operation of
the chairman, arrange the program; and shall, at least thirty days before
the annual session, forward it to the general secretary for insertion in the
official program, and shall perform such other duties pertaining to his office as
may be. provided by the by-laws of the Association or of the section.

Sec. 5. Executive Committee. — Each section shall have an executive com-
mittee, which shall consist of the last three retiring chairmen. In case of
absence from the session of a member of the executive committee the vacancy
shall be filled by the chairman. It shall examine and pass on all papers read
before the section, and shall indorse for publication only those that are of
scientific or of practical value, and which will reflect credit on the section
before which they were read.

Sec. 6. Meetings. — Each section shall hold its first meeting at 2 P. M. of the
first day of the annual session, and each subsequent day at 9 A. M. and at
2 P. M. until the program is completed, or as the section may decide; pro-
vided, that a section shall hold no meeting that will confiict with a General
Meeting.

Sec. 7. Who May Take Part in Section Work. — The right to present papers
before a section, to take part in its discussions and to participate in its busi-
ness and scientific deliberations shall be limited to members, to dental mem-
bers and to pharmaceutical members. Associate members shall have the
privilege of participating in the scientific work.

Sec. 8. Honorary Members. — Each section at each annual session may, at
the time of the election of its officers, nominate for honorary membership in
the American Medical Association a physician of a foreign country who has



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risen to pre-eminence in the profession of medicine. The secretary shall im-
mediately notify the general secretary of such nomination.

Sec. 9. Time at Which Titles Must Be In.— Titles of papers to be presented
to the section must be in the hands of the secretary of the section at least
thirty-five days before the first day of the annual session. The title must be
accompanied with an abstract of the paper which shall contain not less than
30 or more than 150 words and with the author's estimate of the time it will
take to read his paper.

Sec. 10. Length of Papers and Discussions. — The time allowed for the presen-
tation of a paper before a section shall be limited to twenty minutes. No one
shall address a section more than once on the same subject, nor for longer
than five minutes, except with the unanimous consent of those present.

Sec. 11. Number of Papers on Program. — The number of papers, including
addresses, on the program of any section shall not exceed forty.

Sec. 12. Can Present Papers Before Only Two Sections. — A member shall
have the right to present a paper or papers before only two sections at any
annual session. When more than one section is to be addressed, the titles
and abstracts of the papers must be submitted to the secretaries of both the
sections before which the papers are to be read.

Sec. 13. Section to Provide By-Laws. — Each section may make by-laws for
its own government provided that they shall in no way conflict with the
Constitution and By-Laws of the American Medical Association.

Chapter XIII. — ^Publication.

Section 1. Papers Approved for Publication. — No paper shall be published
as having been read before a section unless it has received the approval and
the indorsement of each member of the executive committee of the section
before which it was read.

Sec. 2. Papers Must Be Ready for Publication.— Each author shall hand his
paper to the secretary of the section immediately after it is read in order that
it may be acted on by the executive committee and may be forwarded for
publication. The secretary shall indorse thereon that it has been read and
shall hand it to the executive committee for its action. All papers approved
by the executive committee shall be returned to the secretary of the section,
who shall at once forward them to the editor of The Journal.

Sec. 3. Papers "Read by Title." — No paper shall be published as having
been read before a section unless it has actually been read, or unless, for
special reasons, when the author has been present and prepared to read the
paper, the section shall unanimously vote to have it read by title.

Sec. 4. Papers the Property of the Association. — All papers and reports
presented to a section and approved by the executive committee shall become
the exclusive property of the Association, provided that the Board of Trustees
may permit an author to publish his paper elsewhere than in The Journal
of the American Medical Association.

Sec. 5. Official Resolutions Approved by the House of Delegates. — No me-
morial, resolution or opinion of any character whatever shall be issued in the
name of the American Medical Association unless it has been approved by the
House of Delegates.

BOOK v.— AMENDMENTS.

Chapter XIV. — Articles of Incorporation.

The House of Delegates, at any annual session, wherever the same may be
held, may instruct the Board of Trustees to make any changes in the articles
of incorporation in accordance with the law, which may appear desirable, or
which may be made necessary by any change or amendment to the Con-
stitution and By-Laws of this Association.

Chapter XV. — Amendments to These By-Laws.

These By-Laws may be amended on a three-fourths vote of the House of
Delegates, provided that no amendment shall be acted on till the day following
that on which it is introduced; except that the Board of Trustees may, by
unanimous vote, make such changes, and such changes only, as may be re-
quired to adapt them to the rules and regulations of the United States postal
authorities.



946 NATIONAL MEDICAL SOCIETIES.

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MEDICINE— Organized September «,
1876. To bring the alumni of classical, scientific, and medical schools into
closer relations; to encourage study in classical and scientific institutions be-
fore taking up the study of medicine; to investigate the problems relating to
medical sociology. Next meeting in Atlantic City.

OFFICERS.— C. A. Wood, Pres., Chicago; W. L. Estes, South Bethlehem,
Pa., J. A. Spalding, Portland, Maine, W. Hutchinson, Arrowhead Springs,
Cal., G. Hinsdale, Hot Springs, Va., Vice-Presidents; C. Mclntire, Sec. and
Tieas., Easton, Pa.; A. R. Craig, Asst. Sec, Columbia, Pa.

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OP RAILWAY SURGEONS.—

Organized June 1, 1904. To advance the science of railway surgery. Next
meeting in Chicago, October 17-19, 1906.

OFFICERS.— R. W. Corwin, Pres., Pueblo, Colo.; W. H. Meyer, Laporte,
Ind., S. L. McCurdy, Pittsburg, Pa., B. Saunders, Fort Worth, Tex., Vice-
Presidents; T. B. Lacey, Treas., Council Bluffs, Iowa; H. B. Jennings, Sec,
Council Bluffs, Iowa.

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF OBSTETRICIANS AND

GYNECOLOGISTS.— Organized in 1888.

OFFICERS.— R. T. Morris, Pres., New York; C. L. Bonifield, Cincinnati,
G. W. Crile, Cleveland, Vice-Presidents; W. W. Potter, Sec, 284 Franklin
St., Buffalo, N. Y. ; X. O. Werder, Treas., Pittsburg.

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PATHOLOGISTS AND BAC-
TERIOLOGISTS.— Organized in Washington, D. C, May, 1900. For the
advancement of the knowledge of disease. Candidates must present to the
Council evidence of the accomplishment of creditable research in Pathology
or Bacteriology.

OFFICERS.— W. H. Welch, Pres., Baltimore; H. C. Ernst, Sec, 688 Boylston
St., Boston; H. U. Williams, Treas., Buffalo.

AMERICAN ELECTRO-THERAPEUTIC ASSOCIATION.—

The next annual meeting will be held September, 1907.

OFFICERS.— M. W. Brinkmann, Pres., New York; J. D. Gibson, Denver,
Col., M. K. Kassabian, Philadelphia, Pa., Vice-Presidents; A. C. Geyser,
1239 Madison av., N. Y., Sec; R. J. Nunn, Savannah, Ga., Treas.

AMERICAN GASTRO-ENTEROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.

OFFICERS.— H. W. Bettmann, Pres., Cincinnati; C. D. Aaron, Sec, 32 W.
Adams av., Detroit.

AMERICAN LARYNGOLOGICAL, RHINOLOGICAL AND
OTOLOGICAL SOCIETY.

OFFICERS.— W. C. Phillips, Pres., New York; F. B. Sprague, Providence,
J. M. Ingersoll, Cleveland, W. C. Bane, Denver, J. M. Ray, Louisville, Vice-
Presidents; T. J. Harris, Sec, 117 E. 40th st., New York; E. W. Day, Treas.,
Pittsburg, Pa.

AMERICAN MEDICAL EDITORS' ASSOCIATION.— Organized
in 1869. All editors of reputable medical journals are eligible for membership.

OFFICERS.— J. E.Pilcher, Pres., Carlisle, Pa.; J. MacDonald, Jr., Sec. and
Treas., 92 William st.. New York.

AMERICAN MEDICO-PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.—

Meets in Washington with Congress of American Physicians, 1907.

OFFICERS.— C. G. Hill, Pres., Baltimore; C. P. Bancroft, Vice-Pres., Con-
cord, N. H. ; C. W. Pilgrim, Sec, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

AMERICAN 3IICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF
NEW YORK. — Organized April 15, 1865, for microscopical investigation.
Annual dues, $5. Meets at residence of members upon call of the executive
committee, except from June to October.

OFFICERS.— J. B. Rich, Pres.; 0. G. Mason, Sec, Bellevue Hosp., N. Y.

AMERICAN PROCTOLOGIC SOCIETY.— Meets at Atlantic City,
1907.



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OFFICERS. — S. G. Gant, Pres., New York; G. B. Evans, Vice-Pres., Dayton,
Ohio; A. B. Cooke, Sec. and Treas., Nashville, Tenn.

AaiERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION.— Organized in
September, 1872. For the advancement of sanitary science and the promotion
of organization and measures for the practical application of public hygiene.
Meets in City of Mexico, December 3-7, 1906.

OFFICERS. — F. C. Robinson, Pres., Brunswick, Me.; J. J. Kinyoun, 1st
Vice-Pres., Glenolden, Pa.; D. Orvananos, 2d Vice-Pres., City of Mexico;
R. H. Lewis, 3d Vice-Pres., Raleigh, N. C. ; C. O. Probst, Sec, Columbus,
Ohio; F. W. Wright, Treas., New Haven, Conn.

AMERICAN RONTGEN RAY SOCIETY.

OFFICERS.— H. Hulst, Pres., Grand Rapids, Mich.; R. H. Boggs, Pittsburg,
Pa., C. E. Skinner, New Haven, Conn., E. G. Williams, Richmond, Va.,
E. W. Caldwell, New York, Vice-Presidents; G. C. Johnston, Sec, Pittsburg,
Pa.; L. E. Custer, D.D.S., Treas., Dayton, Ohio.

AMERICAN UROLOGICAIi ASSOCIATION.— All regular physi-
cians in any part of North or South America or the West Indies interested in
the study of urinary diseases are eligible to membership. Dues, $5 per year.
Annual meetings the first day before and first day of the American Medical
Association's meeting in Atlantic City.

OFFICERS.— B. Lewis, Pres., St. Louis; O. C. Smith, Hartford, W. Ayres,
New York, W. L. Baum, Chicago, G. S. Whiteside, Portland, Ore., Vice-Presi-
dents; H. Cabot, Sec, Marlborough rd., Boston; F. R. Hagner, Treas.,
Washington.

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN MEDICAL, COLLEGES.

OFFICERS.— G. M. Kober, Pres.; F. C. Waite, 1st Vice-Pres.; H. W.
Loeb, 2d Vice-Pres.; F. C. Zapffe, Sec. and Treas., 1764 Lexington av.,
Chicago.

ASSOCIATION OF MILITARY SURGEONS OF THE
UNITED STATES, THE.

OFFICERS.— Major A. H. Briggs, N. G. N. Y., Pres.; Brig.-Gen. R. M.
O'Reilly, U. S. A., 1st Vice-Pres.; Surg.-Gen. P. M. Rixey, U. S. N., 2d Vice-
Pres.; G. S. Vaughan, 3d Vice-Pres.; Major J. E. Pilcher, U. S. V., Sec,
Carlisle, Pa.; Major H. A. Arnold, N. G. Pa., Treas., Ardmore, Pa.

NATIONAL CONFEDERATION OF STATE MEDICAL EX-
AMINING AND LICENSING BOARDS.— Next meeting at Atlantic
City, June, 1907.

OFFICERS.— E. B. Harvey, Pres., Boston; A. W. Suiter, Herkimer, N. Y.,
G. W. Webster, Chicago, Vice-Presidents; M. G. Motter, Sec. and Treas.,
Washington.

CONGRESS OF AMERICAN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.

— This is a triennial meeting of certain national medical societies, at present
sixteen, each of which, while preserving its autonomy and holding its own
sessions, meets in Washington, D. C, every third year at the time of the
congress, and participates in the general sessions of the latter. The first con-
gress was held in 1888. The next meeting will be held in 1907 and trienni.ally
thereafter. The vice-presidents of the congress are the presidents of the sev-
eral component societies for the year of the congress.

OFFICERS.— R. H. Fitz, Pres., Boston; W. H. Carmalt, Sec, New Haven;
N. M. Shaffer, Treas., 28 E. 38th st., New York.

AMERICAN CLI3fATOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.— Organized In
1883, for the study of diseases of the respiratory and circulatory organs to-
gether with the influence of climate thereon. Meets at Washington, May
7-9, 1907.

OFFICERS.— T. Darlington, Pres., New York; F. Fremont-Smith, Washing-
ton, C. L. Minor, Asheville, N. C, Vice-Presidents; G. Hinsdale, Sec, Hot
Springs, Va.



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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF GENITO-URINARY SUR-
GEONS.— Organized October 6, 1886. Membership limited to sixty. Meets
May, 1907, in Washington.

OFFICERS.— H. G. Mudd, Vice-Pres. ; J. Van der Poel, Sec, 36 W. 39th st..
New Yorlv.

AMERICAN DERMATOLOGICAL. ASSOCIATION.— Organized

at Philadelphia September 6, 1876, to promote the study of Dermatology.

OFFICERS.— A. Van Harligan, Pres., Philadelphia; G. W. Wende, Sec,
Buffalo.

AMERICAN GYNECOLOGICAL SOCIETY.— Organized in 1876.
A "national society for the promotion of knowledge in all that relates to the
diseases of women, obstetrics, and abdominal surgery." Membership limited
to 100. Meets in Washington, D. C, May, 1907.

OFFICERS.— C. Cleveland, Pres., New York; J. R. GofEe, Sec, 29 W. 46th
St., New York.

A3IERICAN LARYNGOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.— Organized in
1878, for the study of diseases of the upper air passages.

OFFICERS.— A. W. de Roaldes, Pres., New Orleans; J. E. Newcomb, Sec.
and Treas., 118 W. 69th st.. New York.

A3IERICAN NEUROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.— Organized in
1875, for the study of neurology.

OFFICERS.— H. T. Patrick, Pres., Chicago; G. M. Hammond, Sec, 60 W.
55th St., New York City.

AMERICAN OPHTHALMOLOGICAL SOCIETY.— Organized in
1864. Members must not use or allow to be used in connection with their
names the title "oculist," or any similar title, or announce in print that they
give exclusive attention to special practice. Candidates for membership shall
have been engaged in the practice of ophthalmological surgery for at least
five years, have given evidence of satisfactory scientific attainments, and have
conducted themselves in conformity with the ethical rules of this society.

OFFICERS.— C. J. Kipp, Pres., Newark; S. B. St. John, Sec, 68 Pratt St.,
Hartford, Conn.

AMERICAN ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATION.— Organized in 1887.
Next meeting will be held, in 1907, in Washington, D. C, as a section of the
Congress of American Physicians and Surgeons.

OFFICERS.— J. E. Goldthwait. Pres., Boston; H. L. Taylor, New York,
A. G. Cook, Hartford, Vice-Presidents; R. B. Osgood, Sec, Boston; E. G.
Brackett, Treas., Boston.

AMERICAN OTOLOGICAL SOCIETY.— Organized at Newport,
R. I., July 23, 1868; for the advancement of aural medicine and surgery. Meets
the day before the meeting of the Ophthalmological Society.

OFFICERS.— E. Gruening, Pres., New York; F. L. Jack, Sec. and Treas.,
215 Beacon st., Boston. Mass.

AMERICAN PEDIATRIC SOCIETY.— Annual meeting at Wash-
ington, May, 1907.

OFFICERS.— B. K. Rachford, Pres., Cincinnati; S. S. Adams, Sec, 1 Dupont
Circle, Washington, D. C.

AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY.— Meets in December,

1906, in New York.
OFFICER.— L. B. Mendel, Sec, 18 Trumbull St., New Haven.

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF ALCOHOL

AND NARCOTICS.— Organized 1870. Composed of superintendents and
physicians of inebriate asylums, and others interested in the study and treat-
ment of inebriety. Meets at the N. Y. Academy of Medicine.

OFFICERS.— W. S. Hall, Pres., Chicago; L. D. Mason, Brooklyn, T. A.
McNicholl, New York, J. W. Grosvenor, Buffalo, F. De W. Reese, Cortland,
N. Y., Vice-Presidents; T. D. Crothers, Sec, Hartford; C. E. Stewart, Cor.
Sec; G. W. Webster, Treas., Chicago.



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AMERICAN SURGICAL. ASSOCIATION.— Organized 1879. Member-
ship limited to 125. Meets in Washington, 1907.

OFFICERS.— D. P. Allen, Pres., Cleveland; T. W. Huntington, San Fran-
cisco, A. F. Jonas, Omaha, Vice-Presidents; R. G. Le Conte, Sec, Philadel-
phia; C. A. Powers, Treas., Denver.

AMERICAN THERAPEUTIC SOCIETY.— Organized May 1, 1900.
Meets at Washington, .viay 4, 6, 7, 1907.

OFFICERS. — R. Reyburn, Pres., Washington; J. E. Janvrin, 1st Vice-Pres.,
New York; F. H. Gerrish, 2d Vice-Pres., Portland; H. Van Rensselaer, 3d
Viee-Pres., Albany; N. P. Barnes, Sec, Washington; J. S. McLain, Treas.,
Washington.

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN ANATOMISTS.— Organized 1888.
OFFICERS.— F. P. Mall, Pres., Baltimore; G. C. Huber, Sec, 1330 Hill St..
Ann Arbor, Mich.

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PHYSICIANS.— Organized in
1886. Meets in Washington, D. C, May 6-8, 1907. Membership limited to 135
active and 25 associate members.

OFFICERS.— F. P. Kinnicut, Pres., New York; H. Hun, Sec, 149 Washing-
ton av., Albany.

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF HOMOEOPATHY.

OFnCERS.— W. E. Green, Pres., Little Rock, Ark.; W. A. Dewey, 1st
Vice-Pres., Ann Arbor, Mich.; C. E. Sawyer, 2d Vice-Pres., Marion, Ohio;
C. Gatchell, Sec, Chicago; T. F. Smith, Treas., New York; J. R. Horner,
Registrar, Cleveland.

AMERICAN HOMOEOPATHIC, OPHTHALMOIiOGICAL.,
OTOLOGICAIi AND LARYNGOLOGICAL. SOCIETY.

OFFICERS.- J. B. Garrison, Pres., New York; H. S. Weaver, 1st Vice-Pres.,
Philadelphia; W. M. Stearns, 2d Vice-Pres., Chicago; D. W. Wells, Sec,
Boston; G. DeW. Hallett, Treas., New York.

NATIONAL, SOCIETY OF ELECTRO-THERAPEUTISTS.

OFFICERS.— W. H. King, Pres., New York; H. Cole, Sec, 1748 B'way,
New York; A. S. Higbie, Treas., New York.

OBSTETRICAL SOCIETY OF THE AMERICAN INSTI-
TUTE OF HOMCEOPATHY.

OFFICERS.— B. H. Ogden, Pres., St. Paul; F. Ward, Vice-Pres., San Fran-
cisco; G. Fitzpatrick, Sec. and Treas., Chicago.

SURGICAL, AND GYNECOLOGICAL. SOCIETY OF THE
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF HOMCEOPATHY.

OFFICERS.— DeW. G. Wilcox, Pres., Buffalo; C. B. Kinyon, 1st Vice-Pres.,
Ann Arbor, Mich.; E. S. Bailey, 2d Vice-Pres., Chicago; J. W. Hassler, Sec,
New York; T. D. Buchanan, Treas., New York.

AMERICAN MEDICO-PHARMACEUTICAL LEAGUE.

OFFICERS.— S. S. Wallian, Pres., New York; H. J. Boldt, Vice-Pres., New
York; H. Grad, Sec, 115 E. 116th St., New York; E. R. Eliscu, Treas., New
York.

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF
EPILEPSY AND THE CARE AND TREATMENT OF EPI-
LEPTICS.

OFFICERS.— M. Mailhouse, Pres., New Haven; E. Flood, 1st Vice-Pres.,
Palmer, Mass.; W. F. Drewry, 2d Vice-Pres., Petersburg, Va. ; J. W.
Wherry, Sec. and Treas., Dansville, N. Y.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY AND PRE-
VENTION OF TUBERCULOSIS.— Organized at Atlantic City, June 6,
1904.

OFFICERS.— H. M. Biggs, Pres., New York; L. F. Flick, V. Y. Bowditch,
Vice-Presidents; H. B. Jacobs, Sec, Baltimore; G. M. Sternberg, Treas.,
Washington, D. C.



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AMERICAN CONGRESS ON TUBERCULOSIS.— Meets at Atlantic
City, June, 1907.
OFFICE/v.— G. Brown, Pres., Atlanta, Ga.

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON TUBER-
CULOSIS.

OFFICERS.— F. E.. Daniel, Pres., Austin, Texas; C. W. Fassett, St. Joseph,
Mo., J. Ferguson, Toronto, Ontario, H. O. Nelson, Edwardsville, 111., D. P,
Dyer, St. Louis, Mo., Vice-Presidents; M. M. Smith, Sec, Austin, Texas;
C. Bell. Esq., Treas., New York.



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