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HELD AT CHICAGO, ILL., MAY 29 TO JUNE 3, 1893.
At the Annual Session of 1881, the American Institute of Homeopathy ordered as follows:
1. That the President's definition of the words “Regular” and “Irregular," as applied to schools and practitioners of medicine, be adopted by this Institute as correct.
2. That hereafter this definition be conspicuously printed in all published documents and TRANSACTIONS of this Institute, in order that the profession, of all schools, may the sooner be familiarized with, and led to adopt it.
“A REGULAR PHYSICIAN.-A graduate of a regularly chartered medical college. The term also applies to a person practicing the healing art in accordance with the laws of the country in which he resides."
See Transactions of 1881, pp. 23, 68 and 71.
To the American Institute of Homoeopathy:
The TRANSACTIONS of the Institute for the Session of 1893 are herewith respectfully submitted in the usual form and style. The Proceedings of the World's Congress of Homeopathic Physicians and Surgeons, which was held during the days of the Institute Session, are to be issued in a separate volume, which will be forwarded to members of the Institute entitled to its TRANSACTIONS.
PEMBERTON DUDLEY, M.D.,
General Secretary. 1405 N. 16th St., Philadelphia, Pa.