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It was resolved to hold the next meeting of the Council in the city of Washington, D. C., at the time of the meeting of the American Medical Association, in May, 1884. The Council then adjourned to meet in Washington.
CALEB GREEN, Recording Secretary.
Note.-Dr. Squibb, of Kings County, being prevented by other pressing engagements from acting as a member of the Council, the vacancy has been filled by the appointment of Dr. J. C. Hutchison, of Kings County.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.
STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
WE, Henry D. Didama, J. Mortimer Crawe, Tabor B. Reynolds, Bleecker L. Hovey and Nathaniel C. Husted, being of full age and citizens of the United States, a majority of whom are citizens of the State of New York, do by these presents, pursuant to and in conformity with the provisions of an Act of the Legislature of the State of New York, entitled “An Act for the incorporation of Societies and Clubs for certain lawful purposes” and known as Chapter 267 of the laws of 1875, and the several Acts amendatory thereof, associate ourselves together and form a society under the name of the
NEW YORK STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
The objects of said Society are, to bring together in association for the purposes of mutual and professional benefit, members of the profession of medicine of the State of New York, having a community of sentiment relating to the honor, the interests and the usefulness of the profession, and to cultivate and advance the science of medicine.
The number of Trustees of said Society shall be five whose names are as follows:
HENRY D. DIDAMA,