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Miner, W. A., Ossinlng.

Moffat, H., 139 Park av., Yonkers.

Mooney, G. S., 153 Warburtoa av.,
Yonkers.

Moore, A. H., New Rochelle.

Murphy, A., Warburton av., Yon-
kers.

Myers. F. M., 109 S. 3d av., Mt. Ver-
non.

Myers. S. O., 109 S. 3d av., Mt. Ver-
non.

Newell, E. S.. Pelham.

Oakes, C. W.^ White Plains av.,
Williamsbridge.

O'Brien. P. W.. Peekskill.

Osterheld, C. 249 Warburton av.,
Yonkers.

Parker, J. S.. 32 Mamaroneck av..
White Plains.

Parsons, J., 2882 Bailey av.. Kings-
bridge.
|Blected too late to be inserted as a



Parsons, R. W., Ossining.
Patch, H. F., Chappaqua.
Paterson, D. C, 204 Warburton av.,

Yonkers.
Peck, G. A., 129 Centre av., New

Rochelle.
Peeler, L. E., Harrison.
tPinegin, G. N., 103 Ashburton av.,

Yonkers.
jPope, E. S., 180 North av., New

Rochelle.
Pinckney, T. D. W., White Plains rd.

& 212th St., N. Y. C.
Porteous, J. L., 83 Warburton av.,

Yonkers.
Pray, S. B., 103 North av., Netv

Rochelle.
Prior, G. G., 130 S. 3d av., Mt. Ver-
non.
Purdy, S., White Plains.
Purdy, W. H., 51 N. 10th av., Mt.

Vernon.
Radcliff, S., 279 S. B'way, Yonkers.
Raymond, C. N., 60 Centre av.. New

Rochelle.
Rich, C, Yorktown Heights.
Robertson, W. D., 142 S. 3d av., Mt.

Vernon.
Robinson, D. M. O,. 1.59 W. 49th St.,

N. Y. C.
Rosenberg, L., Bedford Station.
Russell, F. E., Tarry town.
Russell, W. S., North Tarrytown.
Sands, B. J., 104 Adee st., Portches-

ter.
Sands, G., 348 N. Main St., Portches-

ter.
Sands. N. J., cor. Main & Adee sts.,

Portchester.
Schmid. H. E., White Plains.
Schollderfer, E., Yorktown Heights.
Schoonover, W. G., 289 S. B'way.

Yonkers.
Sharp, E. A., Katonah.
Sheehan, E. F., Ossining.
Sheehan, W. J., 103 Westchester av.,

Portchester.
Sherman, W. H., 271 Warburton av.,

Yonkers.
Shipman, F. W., 45 S. 2d av., Mt.

Vernon.
Slnnott, J. J., 242 S. 2d av., Mt.

Vernon.
Sleight, E. C, 221 S. 3d av., Mt.

Vernon.
Small, J. W., North Tarrytown.
Smith, H. E., Ill S. 9th av., Mt.

Vernon.
Smith, J. W., Bronxville.
Snowden, A. 0., Peekskill.
Snowden, F. A., 108 Depew st.. Peeks-
kill.
Snowden, P. C, Peekskill.
Spilsbury, E. A., 14iy2 Warburton

av., Yonkers.
member in Directory.



MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK STATE.



651



Stafford, 0. J., 218 Westchester av.,

Portchester.
Stevens, C. T., 169 Centre av.. New

Rochelle.
Stowe. W. H., Cross River.
Strong, A. E., 133 Park av., Mt.

Vernon.
Sweet, C. A., 104 S. B'way^ Yonkers.
Sweet, C. C, 87 Croton av., Ossin-

Ing.
Tallman, J. H., Stevens & N. 10th

avs., Mt. Vernon.
Teflt. E. B., 169 Centre av., New

Rochelle.
fThomas, M. D., 348 Main st., New

Rochelle.
Thomson, J. J., 3 Park av., Mt. Ver-
non.



Thomes, G. E., Portchester.

Todd, J. C, Tarry town.

Todd, W. H., Dobbs Ferry.

Van Patten, P. S., Mt. Vernon.

Waldron, L. V., 488 Van Cortland

Park av., Yonkers.
Warren, N. A., 103 Warburton av.,

Yonkers.
Washbern, C. T., Pelham Manor.
Weiss, G. C. 154 Stevens av., Mt.

Vernon.
Wells. W. L., 107 Centre av.

Rochelle.
Williams, H. T., 93 Centre av.

Rochelle.
Wolff, C. F., Rye.
Zacharie, C. C, 39 Court St.,

Plains.



New



New



White
—177



3IEBICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY OF \%^OMING.

(Organized 1874; reorganized April 10, 1906.)
Annual meeting, second Tuesday in October. Regular meeting, second Tuesday
in January, April and July.

Officers.
President— F. E. Bliss, Warsaw. Vice-President — M. T. Greene, Castile.

Secretary and Treasurer— L. H. Humphrey, Silver Springs.
Censors— M. J. Wilson, Z. G. Truesdell, Z. J. Lusk.
Members.
Andrews, L. M., Warsaw.
Belknap, E. B., Wyoming.
Blackmer, G. M., Silver Springs.
Bliss, F. E., Warsaw.



Brooks, S. A., North Java.
Broughton, L. C, Castile.
Cornell, C. B., Warsaw.
Ellenwood, A. G., Attica.
French, W. J., Pike.
Goodwin, P. S., Perry.
Greene, M. T., Castile.
Humphrey, L. H., Silver Springs.
Lougee, L. B., Attica.
Lusk, Z. J., Warsaw.
Martin, M. E., Attica.



Martin, W. N., Cowlesville.
Payne, A. D., Warsaw.
Peddle, G. H., Perry.
Preston, W. DeF., Attica.
Rae, R., Portageville.
Randall. J. 0., Silver Springs.
Seeley, C. R., Attica.
Sharp, H. P., Arcade.
Slade, M., Castile.
Skiff, G. S., Gainesville.
Smith, C. M., Johnsonburg.
Stage, L. E., Bliss.
Truesdell, Z. G., Warsaw.
Way, A. C, Perry Centre.
Wilson, M. J., Warsaw.
Wright, J. S., Perry.



3IEJ3ICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY OF YATES.

Annual meeting, first Tuesday in January. Regular meetings, first Tuesdays
each month, except July and August.

Officers.

President — C. M. Van Dyke. Himrod. Vice-President— C. C. Harvey, Dundee.

Secretary— H. S. Tuthill, Penn Yan. Treasurer— C. E. Doubleday, Penn Yan.

Members.

Bender, J. Le V., Penn Yan. 1 Lott, S., Bellona.

Brady, W., Lake st. & Linden pi., | Maloney. J. M., Dundee.



Elmira.
Chaffee, F. M.. Middlesex.
Doubleday, C. E., Penn Yan.
Harvey, C. C. Dundee.
Havens, B. B., Penn Yan.

Total membership, omitting duplicates, September, 1907—6,248.

fEIected too late to be inserted as a member in Directory.



Newman, O. E., Penn Yan.
Oliver, W. A., Penn Yan.
Scherer, E. M., Penn Yan.
Tuthill, H. S., Penn Yan.
Van Dyke. C. M,. Himrod.
Wilkin, J. H., Rushville.



6s2



MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK STATE.



%n pijenx0riam

October 5, 1906, to September 22, 1907.



Abel. H. J., Honeoye, Jan. 30, 1907.
Allen. 0., Cuba. Nov. 8, 1906.
Arnold, C. S., Mt. Vision, April 23,

1907.
Arnold, G. C, N. Y, City. Nov. 29.

1906.
Barnes, J. L., N. Y. City, April 13.

1907.
Barney, H. A., Belmont.
Beach, F., Santa Barbara, Cal., Nov.

15, 1906.
Bell, R., Monterey, Jan., 1907.
Beyea, S.. New Rochelle. Aug. 18,

1907.
Bidaman, W. D., Buffalo, Feb. 15,

1907.
Bontecou, R B., Troy, March 27 1907.
Brennan, J. W., N. Y. City, May

10. 1907.
Brewster, R. C, Brooklyn, May 18,

1907.
Brunner. W. J., N. Y. City. Nov. 8,

1906.
Carpenter, H. W., Oneida, May 19,

1907.
Chiler, C. F., Montezuma, March 6,

1907.'
Clappsaddle. H. H., Toddsville, July

31, 1907.
Clark, G. P., Syracuse, Sept. 1, 1907.
Combes, R. C. F., Brooklyn, March

18, 1907.
Comstock, A. L., Ilion. Oct. 17,

1906.
Derby. R. H., N. Y. City. July 4,

1907.
Douglas, C, Black River, June 25,

1907.
Douglass, G., Oxford, Oct., 1906.
Emerson, F. G., Brooklyn, Nov. 26,

1906.
Finn, C. G. J., Hempstead, Nov. 3,

1906.
Fowler. G. B., N. Y. City, March 6,

1907.
Gallagher, E. J., N. Y. City, July

21, 1907.
Gardner. A. W.. N. Y. City, Dec. 10.

1906.
Grinnell, A. P., N. Y. City, April 6,

1907.
Hadden, A., N. Y. City, July 8, 1907.
Hyde, J. W., Brooklyn, Sept. 22,

1907.
Irwin, S. B.. West Hebron, Dec. 16,

1906.
Johnston. W. H., Port Leyden, March

1907.
Katzenmayer, G. N Y. City, Oct. 13,

1906.



Krug, J. F., Buffalo, Dec. 31. 1906.
Le Barbier. H. A., Larchmont. Jan.

21, 1907.

Lewengood, S., N. Y. City, Sept. 9.

1907.
Lombard, G. D.. N. Y. City. May

22, 1907.

McCarty, O. E.. Niagara Falls, March

25, 1907.
McCleary. T. F., Brooklyn, Dec. 15.

1906.
McSweeny, D. E., N. Y. City, May

20, 1907.
MacGregor, R, S., N. Y. City, March

23, 1907.

Macdonald, A. E., N. Y. City, Dec.

7, 1906.
Magness, F. H., Ward's Island, June

15, 1907.
Markoe, F. H., N. Y. City, Sept. 13,

1907.
Martin, J., N. Y. City, May 1. 1907.
Martine, G. R., Glens Falls.
May, W. H., Syracuse, March 2, 1907.
Meisburger, W., Buffalo, Dec. 8, 1906.
Alessemer, E. J.. N. Y. City. Aug.

5, 1907.
Molony, A. A.. N. Y. City, Jan. 30.

1907.
Montmarquet, J. D., Cohoes. Dec, 15,

1906.
Morrissey, J. J., N. Y. City. June

14, 1907.
Meyer, F. H., Mo.scow, Sept. 14, 1907.
Munger, C, Knoxboro, June 19, 1907.
Nelson, W. H., Taberg, June, 1907.
Xordemann, P., N. Y. City, Sept. 15,

1907.
Peacocks, J. M., Brooklyn. July 3.

1907.
Planck M. G., Schenectady. May 12.

1907.
Robinson, J. A., Elmira, June 14.

1907.
Root, H., Whitehall, March 20, 1907.
Ross, C. M., New Brighton, March

29, 1907.
Rosenberg, L., N. Y. City, March

20, 1907.
Rupp, A., N. Y. City, Feb. 14, 1907.
Russell, C. P., Utica, Oct. 26, 1906.
Ryan, F. B., Moravia, Dec. 18. 1906.
Shepard, A. W.. Brooklyn, Sept. 8,

Sherwood, M. S., N. Y. City, May 14.

1907.
Spence. A.. N. Y. City, Jan. 26, 1907.
Stevenson. T., N. Y. City, Oct. 27,

1906.
Stone, F. L.. Le Roy. Jan, 22, 1907.



MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK STATE.



Swasey, J. H., N. Y. City, Sept. 12,

1907.
Thompson, R. R., Kingston, July 9,

1. 1907.
Tompkins, 0. A., Randolpli, June 11,

1907.
Townsend, C. W., New Brighton, Jan.

27, 1907.
Van Court, D. P., Mohawk, June 15,

1907.
Waldron, G., Rochester, Aug. 2S,

1907.
Wallian, S. S., N. Y. City, June 12,

1907.



653



Ward, D. B., Poughkeepsie, Jan. 24,

1907.
Wheelock, G. G., N. Y. City, March

22. 1907.
Williamson, C. S., Brooklyn, Oct. 21,

1906.
Winne, L. B., Albany, Sept. 2. 1907.
Wise, P. M.. N. Y. City, Sept. 22,

1907.
Wright, J. N., Grand Gorge, Dec. 21,

1906. '
Zweighaft, B , N. Y. City. Sept. 1,

1907.



MEOICAL SOCIETY OP THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY FROM ITS ORGANIZATION TO THE



PRESENT TIME.



Tear. President.


Vice-Presidetit.




Secretary.


1807 W. McClelland


A. Shelden




Stearns


1808 N. Romayne


A. Shelden




Stearns


1809 N. Romayne


A. Shelden




Stearns


1810 N. Romayne


A. Shelden




Stearns


1811 W. Wilson


W. Willoughby


B


. R. Bevier


1812 J. R. B. Rogers


W. Willoughby




Stearns


1813 J. R. B. Rogers


J. White




Stearns


1814 J. R. B. Rogen.


J. White


E


Burritt


1815 J. White


E. Burritt




Low


1816 J. White


E. Burritt




Low


1817 J. Stearns


H. Mitchell




Low


1818 J. Stearns


H. Mitchell


P


Wendell


1S19 J. Stearns


W. Willoughby


G.


D. Townsend


1820 J. Stearns


W. Willoughby


C.


D. Townsend


1821 S. L. Mitchell


P. C. Adams


C.


D. Townsend


1822 S. L. Mitchell


T. Fuller


C.


D. Townsend


1823 A. Coventry


J. H. Steele


c.


D. Townsend


1S24 A. Coventry


J. H. Steele


c.


D. Townsend


1825 J. R. Manley


T. R. Beck


p.


Williams


1826 J. R. Manley


T. R. Beck


P.


Williams


1827 T. R. Beck


L. Hull


p.


Williams


1828 T. R. Beck


L. Hull


p.


Williams


1829 T. R. Beck


H. Mitchell


J.


A. Wing


1830 J. Eights


H. Mitchell


J.


A. Wing


1831 J. Eights


T. Spencer


J.


A. Wing


1832 T. Spencer


J. McNaughton


J.


A. Wing


183^ T. Spencer


J. McNaughton


J.


A. Wing


1834 J. H. Steele,


J. McNaughton


J.


A. Wing


1835 J. H. Steele


J. McNaughton


J.


A. Wing


1836 J. McNaughton


S. White


J.


A. Wing


1837 J. McNaughton


S. White


p.


Van 0" Linda


1838 L. Hull


S. Ely


p.


Van O'Linda


1839 L. Hull


S. Ely


p.


Van O'Linda


1840 S. Ely


T. B. Beck


p.


Van O'Linda


1841 J. B. Beck


W. Taylor


p.


Van O'Linda


1842 W. Taylor


J. A. Wing


p.


Van O'Linda


1843 S. White


J. A. Wing


p.


Van O'Linda


1844 J. A. Wing


H. Van Dusen


p.


Van O'Linda


1845 J. Webster


R. G. Frary


P*Van Buren


1846 J. McCall


S. Hasbrouck


p.


Van Buren


1847 T. W. Blatchford A. Thompson


P.


Van Buren


1848 A. H. Stephens


A. Thompson


P.


Van Buren



Treasurer.
M. Willard
J. G. Graham
A. Proudflt
A. Proudflt
A. B. Sizer
A. B. Sizer
J. L. Van Kleeck
J. L. Van Kleeck
W. Willoughby
J. Stearns
C. D. Townsend
C. D. Townsend
J. Downs
J. Downs
J. Downs
T. R. Beck
J. Eights
J. Eights
J. Eights
J. Eights
J. Eights
J. Eights
P. Williams
P. Williams
p. Williams
p. Williams
P. Williams
p. Williams
P. Williams
p. Willianas
P. Williams
P. Williams
p. Williams
p. Williams
P. Williams
p. Williams
p. Williams
p. Van O'Linda
P. Van O'Linda
p. Van O'Linda
P. Van O'Linda
p. Van O'Linda



654



MEDICAL SOCIETfES OF NEW YORK STATE.



Vice-President.
A. Thompson
J. S. Sprague
J. S. Sprague
J. S. Sprague
P. Van Buren
P. Van Buren
T. Hun
C. S. Goodrich
T. C. Brinsmade



Year. President.

849 A. H. Stephens

850 A. Thompson

851 R. G. Frary
,852 A. Clark

853 J. S. Sprague

854 C. R. Coventry

855 F. H. Hamilton

856 A. March

857 A. Willard

858 T. C. Brinsmade G. W. Bradford

859 B. F. Barker D. T. Jones
D. T. Jones E. H. Parker

861 E. H. Parker A. Van Dyck

862 T. Hun D. P. Bissell

863 D. P. Bissell J. Foster

864 F. Hyde G. J. Fisher

865 H. W. Dean J. C. Hutchison

866 J. C. Hutchison J. T. Williams

867 J. P. Gray L. I. Teft
J. V. L. Quackeu-J. P. White

bush

869 J. P. White G. Burr

870 S. O. Vander PoelG. A. Dayton

871 W. C. Wey A. F. Doolittle

872 C. R. Agnew B. F. Sherman

873 E. M. Moore F. Burdick

874 G. J. Fisher H. Jewett

875 T. F. Rochester E. Eliot

876 E. R. Squibb J. V. Kendall

877 J. F. Jenkins A. L. Saunders

878 D. B. St. J. RoosaJ. C. Nelson



879 H. D. Didama

880 W. H. Bailey

881 A. Jacobl

882 H. Jewett

883 A. Hutchins

884 B. F. Sherman

885 A. Vander Veer

886 W. S. Ely
B87 A. L. Loomls
388 S. B. Ward
SS9 D. Lewis

890 W. W. Potter

891 A. W. Suiter

892 L. S. Pilcher

893 H. Bendell

894 G. H. Fox

895 R. Park

896 J. D. Spencer

897 S. D. Powell
J. O. Roe



N. C. Husted
A. Jacobl
W. Govan

E. D. Ferguson
H. G. P. Spencer
P. R. H. Sawyer
A. C. Post

S. Van Etten
A. M. Phelps
A. W. Suiter
A. Mercer
L. S. Pilcher
W. W. Crandall
H. L. Eisner
C. L. Stiles

F. S. Low
W. Maddren
L. D. Bulkley
L. Howe

E. F. Brush



899 W. G. Macdonald J. Gerin

900 A. M. Phelps

901 H. L. Eisner

902 H. R. Hopkins

903 A. T. Brlstow

904 H. D. Wey

905 J. D. Bryant

906 J. D. Brjant



1907 F. C. Curtis



G. Seymour
L. N. Lanehart
W. A. Moore

E. B. Angell
J. D. Bryant
H. R. Ainsworth
H. R. Ainsworth

F. C. Curtis

A. A. Jones ^
J. C. Bierwirth
E. Torrey
N. G. Richmond



Secretary.
P. Van Buren
T. Hun
T. Hun
T. Hun
J. H. Armsby
H. Townsend
H. Townsend
H. Townsend
S. D. Willard
S. D. Willard
S. D. Willard
S. D. Willard
S. D. Willard
S. D. Willard
S. D. Willard
S. D. Willard
W. H. Bailey
W. H. Bailey
W. H. Bailey
W. H. Bailey

W. H. Bailey
W. H. Bailey
W. H. Bailey
W. H. Bailey
W. H. Bailey
W. H. Bailey
E. R. Hun

E. R. Hun
W. M. Smith
W. M. Smith
W. M. Smith
W. M. Smith
W. M. Smith
W. M. Smith
W. M. Smith
W. M. Smith
W. M. Smith
W. M. Smith
W. M. Smith
W. M. Smith

F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis
F. C. Curtis

W. R. Townsend



Treasurer.
P. Van O'Liuda
P. Van o- Linda
P. Van O' Linda
P. Van O' Linda
P. Van O'Liuda
P. Van O' Linda
P. Van O'Liuda
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. P. Quackenbush
J. V. Lansing

J. V. Lansing
J. V. Lansing
C. H. Porter
H. Porter

Porter

Porter

Porter

Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter .
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
C. H. Porter
O. D. Ball
O. D. Ball
O. D. Ball
O. D. Ball
O. D.. Ball
O. D. Ball
A. Lambert



C.
C. H.
C. H.
C. H.
C. H.



W. R. Townsend A. Lambert



COXSTITUTIOX.*

ARTICLE I.— PURPOSES OF THE SOCIETY.

The purposes of the Society shall be to federate and bring into one com-
pact organization the medical profession of the State of New York- to
extend medical knowledge and advance medical science; to elevate the sta'ndard
of medical education and to secure the enactment -and enforcement of Just
medical laws; to promote friendly intercourse among physicians; to guard
and foster the material interests of its members, and to protect them against
Imposition; and to enlighten and direct public opinion in regard to th« great
problems of State medicine.

ARTICLE II.— MEMBERSHIP.

Section 1. The membership of thi^ Society shall include all members of
county medical societies now in affiliation with this Society and all members
of other county medical societies to which charters shall be granted by the
House of Delegates pursuant to the By-Laws of this Society, and any
member ceasing to be a member of a county medical society shall cease to
be a member of this Society.

Sec. 2. The term county medical society as used in this ConsUtution shall
be deemed to Include all societies^which may be organized and chartered by
the House of Delegates.

Sec. 3. The membership of the Society shall be divided into eight district
branches, as provided In the By-Laws.

ARTICLE III.— OFFICERS.

Section 1. The officers of the Society shall be a President, three Vice-
Presidents, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and one Councillor from each District
Branch. They shall be elected annually by ballot for the term of one year,
and the majority of the votes cast shall elect. The President, Vice-Presi-
dents, Secretary and Treasurer shall be elected by the House of Delegates.
Each Councillor shall be elected by the District Branch of the district In
which he resides and shall be the President thereof. ^

Sec. 2. No delegate elected to the House of Delegates .shall be a candi-
date for office In the Society until after the expiration of the term for which
he shall have been elected a delegate,- and no person shall be elected to any
office in the Society who shall not have been a member of the Society for
the two years immediately preceding the date of his election.

ARTICLE ^V^— HOUSE OP DELEGATES.

The House of Delegates shall be the. legislative body of the Society and
shall be charged with the general management, superintendence and control
of the Society and Its affairs, and shall have such general powers as may
be necessarily incident thereto. It shall have the power to suspend or other-
wise discipline county societies. It shall be composed of the officers of the
Society and of the chairmen of standing committees, who shall be ex-officio
members thereof, and of the delegates elected to the House of Delegates by
county societies in affiliation with the society. Each county society shall be
entitled to elect to the House of Delegates as many delegates as there shall
be state assembly districts In that county at the time of the election; except
that each county society shall be entitled to elect at least one delegate; and
except that whenever at the time of election, the membership of a county
society shall Include members from an adjoining county or counties in which
there shall be no county society in affiliation with this Society, such county
society shall be entitled to elect, from among such members, as many addi-
tional delegates as there are assembly districts in the county or counties so
represented in its membership.

The House of Delegates may provide for a division of the scientific work
of the Society into appropriate sections, and for the organization of the

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District Branches; and It shall have such additional powers and duties not
inconsistent with this Constitution, as the By-Laws may authorize or pre-
scribe. It may adopt rules and regulations for its own government and for
the administration of the affairs of the Society, not repugnant to the Con-
stitution and By-Laws of the Society; and it may delegate to the Council
such power and authority as may be necessary to the efficient administration
of the affairs of the Society, while the House of Delegates shall not be in
session.

ARTICLE v.— COUNCIL.
The Council shall be the executive body of the Society. It shall consist
of the officers of the Society and of the chairmen of standing committees.
The Council shall be the Finance Committee of the Society and shall have
such additional powers and duties as the By-Laws may prescribe. It may
adopt rules and regulations for its own government and for the administra-
tion of the affairs of the Society within iJts control not repugnant to the
Constitution and By-Laws of the Society or to the rules and regulatloni
which may be adopted by the House of Delegates.

ARTICLE VI.— MEETINGS.

Section 1. The annual meeting of the Society shall be held at Albany
beginning on the last Tuesday in January of each year.

Sec. 2. Intermediate stated meetings may be held at such time and place
aa the House of Delegates may appoint.

ARTICLE VII.— FUNDS.
Funds shall be raised by a per capita assessment on each county society
and the amount thereof shall be fixed by the House of Delegates. Funds
may also be raised by voluntary contributions, by the sale of the publica-
tions of the Society, and In any other manner approved by the House of
Delegates. No funds of the Society shall be appropriated for any purpose,
except pursuant to a resolution of the Council.

ARTICLE VIII.— REFERENDUM.

Section 1. At any annual or stated meeting of the Society a majority of
the members present may order a general referendum on any question In
accordance with such general regulations respecting the manner of submis-
sion aa the House of Delegates may prescribe. Members of the Society may
vote thereon by mall or by roll call In open meeting. The poll on the
question shall be closed at the expiration of ten days after the general sub-
mission; and if the members voting shall comprise a majority of all the
members of the Society, a majority of such vote shall determine the question
and be binding on the House of Delegates.

Sec. 2. The House of Delegates may voluntarily, by the vote of a majority
of Its members present at any meeting, submit any question before It to a
general referendum, as provided in the preceding section, and the result shall
be binding on the House of Delegates.

ARTICLE IX.— BOARD OP MEDICAL EXAMINER?.

Candidates for vacancies In the State Board of Examiners shall be selected
by a committee of five, appointed by the President of the Society, their selec-
tion to be reported to the House of Delegates before being forwarded to the
Board of Regents. In the event of any emergency making It necessary for
the Board of Regents to request nominations from the Society between Its
annual meetings, then the committee shall report directly to the Board of
Regents.

ARTICLE X.— AMENDMENTS.

No article of this Constitution shall be amended except by a two-thlrda
vote of the delegates present at any annual meeting, nor unless notice of the
proposed amendment shall have been given at previous annual meeting and
shall have been published twice during the year In the official bulletin or
journal of the Society, or sent by order of the House of Delegates to each
county society In affiliation with the Society at least two months before the
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BY-LAWS.

CHAPTER I.— MEMBERSHIP.

Section 1. A copy of the roster of members of a county society, certified
by the secretary of that society to be correct, shall be prima facie evidence
of their right to membership in this Society; but the delegates of a county
society which Is in default in the payment of any dues or assessments Im-
posed by the House of Delegates or of any county society -which shall be
under sentence of suspension imposed by the House of Delegates, shall not
be entitled to sit In the House of Delegates during the continuance of such
default, or suspension; nor shall any person who is under sentence of sus-
pension from a county society be entitled to exercise any of the rights or
privileges of membership in this Society during the period of his suspension.

CHAPTER II.— MEETINGS.

Section 1. Each member in attendance at the annual session of the So-
ciety shall enter his name and the name of his county society in the register
to be kept by the Secretary of the Society for that purpose. No member
shall take part in any of the proceedLngs at an annual session until he shall
have complied with the provisions of this section.

Sec. 2. All registered members may attend and participate in the pro-
ceedings and discussions of the general meetings of the Society and of the
sections.

Sec. 3 The following shall be the order of business at all general meetings
of the Society:



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