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PRESIDENT:

W. L. LINCOLN, M. D.

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT:

E. J. DAVIS, M. D.

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT:

JAMES DAVENPORT, M. D.

THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT:

R. L. MOORE, M. D.

TREASURER:

S. B. SHEARDOWN, M. D.

RECORDING SECRETARY:

C. H. BOARDMAN, M. D.

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY:

CLARA E. ATKINSON, M. D.

CENSORS.

FOR THREE YEARS--R. S. McMURDY, M. D.

A. W. STINCHFIELD, M. D. For Two YEARS- C. F. McCOMB, M. D.

J. B. McGAUGHEY, M. D.

FOR ONE YEAR

C. A. WHEATON, M. D.
DANIEL LEASURE, M. D.

medical mierva 5-20-42 2 45320

PROCEEDINGS

OF THE

FIFTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING

OF THE

MINNESOTA STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY.

At 10 o'clock A. M. on Tuesday, the 19th of June, the Society met at Market Hall, Minneapolis, and was called to order by the President, Dr. Millard.

After prayer by the Rev. Mr. Satterlee, the roll was called, and seventy-five members answered to their names.

An address of welcome was delivered by Dr. McMurdy.

The credentials of Dr. Geo. B. Ayers, of Omaha, as a delegate from the Nebraska State Medical Society, were received, and Dr. Ayers was invited to take part in the deliberations of the Society.

It was moved that Drs. Rice and Gould, of Minnesota, be accorded the same privilege, but objection was made by Dr. E. J. Davis, on the ground that residents of the State are eligible to membership, and are therefore not entitled to become guests of the Society. The motion was withdrawn.

The committee on new members was appointed by the chair, as follows: Drs. Pratt, Thorn, Craig, Dunsmoor and Rosser, who reported as qualified for membership those whose names appear in the following list, and who, on motion, were elected members of the Society:

C. W. Hammes, New Trier.........

.Rush Coll., 1882. P. A. Heitz, Hastings..........

Heidelberg. W. H. Williams, Minneapolis........

.Ann Arbor, 1878. C. E. Bean, St. Paul.........

.Louisville. E. W. Hammer, Hastings Jeremiah Koehl, Minneapolis......

..Jefferson, 1868. Ignatius Donnelly, Jr., St. Paul

..Jefferson, 1883. E. S. Kelly, Minneapolis.......

..Rush, 1878. G. S. Brigham, St. Cloud..

....Burlington. Bell M. Walrath, St. Paul.. Woman's Coll., Chicago, 1882. W. C. Eustis, Farmington.....

.Bellevue, 1877. 0. A. Watier, Stillwater....

Victoria, (Canada) 1878. H. E. Latz, Minneapolis........

.Buffalo, 1880. C. A. Entrup, Shakopee..

.Ann Arbor, 1880. A.S. Whetstone, Minneapolis...

..Ann Arbor, 1880. F. Allford, Minneapolis........

Chicago, 1876. J. H. Dorsey, Minncapolis..... Washington Coll., (Balt.) W.C. Voight, Stillwater.....

Univ. of California, W. M. Newhall, Red Wing....

.Rush, 1883. C. Williams, St. Paul..............Coll. Phys. and Surg. N. Y., 1874. C. S. Stoddard, Redwood Falls......

.Bellevue. John A. Sweat, Minneapolis.....

.Bowdoin. Frederick Koyl, Ada........

Queen's Coll., Ontario. F. R. Burnham, St. Paul...

.Dctroit. J. F. Fulton, St. Paul.........

Univ. of Penna. D. P. Bigger, Brainerd......

.Kansas City. W.T. Adams, Elgin.....

...Rush. G. W. Davis, Rice's Point...

..Detroit. Paul C. Jensen, Albert Lea

Ann Arbor. A. R. Brackett, Minneapolis.....

......Ohio. J. C. Cockburn, Minneapolis........

.Harvard. J. H. Fairfield, Minneapolis..

... Univ. of Penna. L. C. Mitchell, Minneapolis..

.. Univ. of N. Y. W.F. Nye, Minneapolis......

Chicago. C. H. Hunter, Minneapolis.............Coll. Phys. and Surg. N. Y. J. H. Stewart, Minneapolis...

.Bellevue. E. E. Barnum, Minneapolis......

Ann Arbor. C. L. Flannigan, Minneapolis.... Coll. Phys. and Surg. St. Louis. W. S. Laton, Minneapolis.....

..Long Island Coll. J. R. Kinney, Minneapolis........

........Bellevue.

T. M. T. McKennan, Minneapolis....

Univ. of Penna. J. B. Cole, Minneiska........

Ann Arbor. (J. R. Johnson, Spring Valley.........

..McGill Coll. J. E. Cheney, Brainerd........

.Georgetown. B.G. Merrill, Stillwater..

.Bellevue. Wm. Davis, St. Paul......

Harvard. J. H. Stewart, Jun., St. Paul..........

.Univ. of N. Y. Garrett Morphy, Garden City ....

.Univ. of Iowa. J. C. Markoe, St. Paul.......

Jefferson. C. E. Lungren, St. Paul..

..Chicago. J. W. Chamberlain, St. Paul......

.Rush. J. W. Thompson, St. Paul

Starling. A. B. Ancker, St. Paul.........

Ohio. T. J. Cressy, Granite Falls............

.Keokuk. W. A. Hunt, Northfield.....

..Ann Arbor. The Committee failed to recommend for membership Dr. T. G. Rainey, of Minneapolis, and Dr. J. W. B. Wellcome of Sleepy Eye, objections being made to both by members from their respective localities. The objections, however, were withdrawn in one case, and in the other were not properly substantiated ; and on motion, Drs. Rainey and Wellcome were elected.

The Executive Committee reported the arrangements that had been made for the transaction of business, and at the same time extended a cordial invitation to the members of the Society and to ladies accompanying them to an entertainment at the close of the session, which included an excursion upon Lake Minnetonka and a banquet at the Hotel Lafayette.

The following resolutions, introduced by Dr. Talbot Jones, were unanimously adopted:

WHEREAS, The collections known as the Army Medical Library and Museum, of the Surgeon-General's office, Washington, D. C., are the most extensive and valuable in America and unequaled even in Europe, aud their usefulness to the medical profession is everywhere conceded to be very great, as is evidenced in the many years spent in their collection, by their emphatic endorsement by said profession, and by the anxiety evinced lest they should be injured or destroyed; and

WHEREAS, This valuable collection is now placed in a building altogether inadequate to its proper care and protection, and is in constant danger of being destroyed by fire, which will cause an irreparable loss to the profession throughout the whole country, therefore

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