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A. J. French Alonzo Boothby Annual Meeting April Bedford Benjamin Benjamin H Brookline Cambridgeport Charles H Charlestown Chelsea Clarke Colby Conn Conrad Wesselhceft Deceased Died Diseases dispensary Dorchester East Boston East Cambridge Edward Emerson Emmons Paine Executive Committee Fitchburg Frank Fred George gonorrhoea H. A. Houghton H. L. Chase Heber Smith Henry Herbert Homoeopathic Medical Society Horace Packard hospital I. T. Talbot iSS2 Jackson Jamaica Plain James Hedenberg James Wilkinson John H Kimball LIST OF OFFICERS Lougee Lowell Lynn M.D Boston M.D Brookline M.D Cambridge M.D East M.D Lawrence M.D Salem M.D Taunton M.D Worcester Malden March March March Massachusetts Homoeopathic Medical medicine Milton Moved Newburyport Newton Nichols patients Payne Percy President Recording Secretary Roxbury Samuel SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING Sept Shaw Sherman Somerville South Boston Southwick Springfield Stoneham Sutherland Taunton Treasurer Vice-President Walter Wesselhoeft Waltham Westborough Wilkinson Clapp William William F
Page 7 - This Society demands for itself absolute liberty in science, and hence requires of its applicants for membership no creed or confession of medical belief, but only the expression of a willingness to act for the furtherance of its declared objects.
Page 5 - TRADE, for the purpose of promoting trade and commerce in the city of Boston and its vicinity, with all the powers and privileges, and subject to all the duties, liabilities and restrictions, set forth in the forty-fourth chapter of the Revised Statutes...
Page 12 - Society, but shall be exempt from the payment of the annual assessment. HONORARY AND CORRESPONDING MEMBERS. ART. XVII. Persons who have excelled, or made any great advancement in medical or other science, may be elected honorary members; and physicians of eminence residing out of the state may be elected corresponding members of the Society by a two-thirds vote of the members present at any stated meeting, provided the said person shall have been approved by the Executive Committee. Honorary and...
Page 10 - He shall pay money out of the treasury only on a written order of the president, countersigned by the secretary. He shall subject his accounts to such examination as the House of Delegates may order, and he shall annually render an account of his doings and of the state of the funds in his hands.
Page 8 - Vice-President, shall preside at all meetings of the Society and of the Executive Committee. In the absence of both, a President pro tern, shall be appointed.
Page 12 - Jan. 30, 1818. Amendatory. Allowing any person who has received the degree of Doctor of Medicine from any medical school in the US to receive license without examination. Medical College of Ohio. OL, XVII, 37, Jan.
Page 10 - IX. The Librarian shall have in his custody and charge all the books and apparatus of the Society. He shall keep an accurate register of the same, and arrange them in a proper manner, and shall make such disposition of them, from time to time, as the Executive Committee may direct, for the benefit of the members. He shall receive and record all donations made in his department to the Society, and shall make a report at the Annual Meeting. ART. X. The Censors shall examine the qualifications of all...
Page 14 - Any member may be expelled from the Society, or, having resigned his membership, may be deprived of his privileges, by a vote of two-thirds of the members present at any regular meeting, upon charges of the following description ; provided the charge or charges against him have first been considered by the Executive Committee, and provided he has been notified of the same by the Secretary, and an opportunity has thereby been given him to make his defence before the Society: — 1.
Page 5 - Boston, and for that purpose shall have all the powers and privileges, and be subject to all the duties and requirements, contained in an act passed on...
Page 9 - VI. The Corresponding Secretary shall have the charge and custody of all letters and communications transmitted to the Society; and to him they should be addressed. He shall prepare and transmit whatever communications the Society or Executive Committee may direct, and he shall perform such other duties as may be assigned to him.