« PreviousContinue »
Thursday, June 19th, 9:30 to 11:00 a. m. Science and Public Health. Ch. F. Adams, Report of the Board of Censors.
M. D., Chairman. Election of New Members.
Sectional Meetings, 4:00 to 6:00 p. m. Report of the Committee on Organization, Registration and Statistics.
Section in Surgery. Report on the President's Address.
Section in Pedology. Report of the Inter-Collegiate Com
Section in Sanitary Science. mittee.
General Alumni Conclave. Announcement of Chairmen of Sections
Assembly Room, Hollenden Hotel. for 1903. Selection of Place of Meeting for 1903.
8:00 p. m.-Prof. E. H. Jewitt, M. D., of Unfinished Business.
the Cleveland Homoeopathic Medical ColPolls shall be opened for the Election of lege, will preside. Prof. J. Richey Horner, Officers between 10:00 a. m. and 12:00 m. M. D., of the C. H. M. C., will deliver the in accordance with Article IX., Section 7, opening address. of the By-Laws.
Speakers in Behalf of the College. General Meetings.
Detroit. - Detroit Homoeopathic College 11:00 a. m. to 12:00 m. --Section in Sur- -(1) Alfred Graham, M. D.; (2) C. C. gery. Chas. E. Kahlke, M. D., Chairman. Miller, M. D., Detroit.
12:00 m. to 1:00 p. m.-Section in Ped Denver. - Denver Homoeopathic College ology. J. P. Rand, M. D., Chairman. -(1) Jas. P. Willard, M. D. ; (2) D. A.
2:30 to 4:00 p. m.-Section in SanitaryStricklur, M. D., Denver.
Chicago. Hering Medical College—(1) M. D., Rochester, N. Y.; (2) W. B. HinsJ. B. S. King, M. D.; (2) J. J. Thompson, dale, M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich. M. D., Chicago.
Boston. -University School of Medicine Baltimore. — Southern Homoeopathic –(1) J. P. Sutherland, M. D., Boston; (2) Medical College-(1) C. L. Rumsey, M. D., Geo. B. Rice, M. D., Boston. Baltimore; (2) J. B. Gregg Custis, M. D., Cincinnati.--Pulte Medical College-(1) Washington, D. C.
J. D. Buck, M. D., Cincinnati; (2) Ch. Kansas City. -Hahnemann Medical Col-Gatchell, M. D., Chicago. lege—(1) J. F. Dödson, M. D., Indepen New York.- New York Homoeopathic dence, Mo.; (2) Clay E. Coburn, M. D., Medical College – (1) President of the Kansas City, Mo.
Alumni Association; (2) Willis A. Dewey, Minnesota. -- College of Homoeopathic M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich. Medicine and Surgery of the U. of Minn. Chicago.—Hahnemann Medical College -(1) Geo. F. Roberts, M. D., Minneapolis; -(1) Geo. F. Shears, M. D.; (2) Jos. P. (2) E. L. Mann, M. D., St. Paul.
Cobb, M. D., Chicago. . Iowa. -College of Homoeopathic Medi- St. Louis. -Homoeopathic Medical Colcine of the S. U. of I.-(1) F. A. Reming- lege, of Missouri—(1) W. B. Morgan, M. ton, M. D., Sioux City; (2) Geo. S. Coon, D.; (2) Jas. A. Campbell, M. D., St. Louis. M. D., Louisville, Ky.
Philadelphia.-Hahnemann Medical ColChicago. --Chicago Homoeopathic Medi- lege— (1) Wm. W. Van Baun, M.D., Philacal College-(1) E. H. Pratt, M. D., Chi- delphia; (2) Chas. A. Gale, M. D., Rutland, cago; (2) Wm. D. Swan, M. D., Topeka. Vt.
Ann Arbor. — Homoeopathic Medical The Ionic Quartet will sing the followCollege of the U. of. M.—(1) J. M. Lee, ing numbers:
For Sale.— A $2500.00 practice in a good
- town in Pennsylvania. Will Cor. DETROIT and PEARL STS. sell for price of property. Address,
PHONE CUY. A 1092.
1. “On the Sea.”—Dudley Buck.
Saturday, June 21st, 9:30 to 11:30 a. m. 2. “Night Witchery."--Storch.
General Business. 3. “When the Bird a Pilfering Goes."'-
Report of the Board of Censors. Kremser.
Election of New Members. 4. "I Long for Thee."—Hartell.
Report of the Committee on Medical The exercises will be followed by an in- Legislation. formal reception in the Banquet Hall of
Report of the Inter-State Committee. the Hotel, given by the Faculty of the Report of the Committee on Resolutions. Cleveland Homoeopathic Medical College. Supplemental Report of the Committee
Friday, June 20th, 9:30 to 11:00 a. m. on Organization, Registration and StatisReport of the Board of Censors.
tics. Election of New Members.
Unfinished Business. 11:00 a. m. Report of the International Bureau of
Determination of Time of Final AdjournHomoeopathy.
ment. General Meetings.
SECTIONAL PROGRAMMES. 11:00 a. m. to 12:00 m. — Section in Obstetrics. Jos. P. Cobb, M. D., Chair Section in Neurology and Electro-Therapman.
eutics. 12:00 m. to 1:00 p. m.-Section in Ma- Wm. H. King, M. D., Chairman, 64 W. teria Medica. C. F. Menninger, M. D., 61st St., New York. Chairman.
Wm. H. Dieffenbach, M. D., Secretary, 2:30 to 4:00 p. m.-Section in Ophthal- The Rockingham, New York. mology, Otology and Laryngology. E. A.
General Meeting. Linnell, M. D., Chairman.
The Section in Neurology and ElectroSectional Meetings.
Therapeutics will hold a General Meeting 4 to 6 P. M.
Wednesday, June 18th, from 11:00 a. m. Section in Materia Medica.
to 12:00 m. Section in Obstetrics.
1. “The Care of Children as a Preventive Section in (). O. and L.
of Nervous Disorders.”—N. B. Delamater, M. D., Chicago, Ill.
Discussion - R. N. Tooker, M. D., ChiMEMORIAL SERVICES.
2. “The Treatment of Cancer by the FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20th,
X-Ray."-Wm. Harvey King, M. D., New Chairman, T. Y. Kinne, M. D.
Discussion — T. E. Gilman, M. D., ChiMEMBERS.
cago. Wm. Tod Helmuth, M.D.; Julia Holmes Smith, 3. "Electrical Adjuvants in the TreatM. D.; A. C. Cowperthwaite, M. D.
ment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis.”_Wm. Invocation:
H. Dieffenbach, M. D., New York, N. Y. Pastor of Epworth Memorial Church.
Discussion: D. V. Ireland, M. D., DayRev. Ward Beecher Pickard, D, D.,
ton, Ohio. Address:
4. “The Causation and Premonitory John Chapin Sanders, A. M , M. D.,
Symptoms of Tabes Dorsalis."-J. E. WilLL.D., Cleveland, former President of the institute.
son, M. D., New York City.
Discussion: J. Richey Horner, M. D., Vocal Solo:
Section in Gynecology.
A. F. Biggar, M. D., Chairman, Cleve“These are From the Holy City," .. Gaul land, Ohio.