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OF THE

TEXAS STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION,

EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION,

HELD AT

DALLAS, TEXAS, APRIL 27, 28, 29 AND 30, 1886.

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AUSTIN, TEXAS:
PRINTED FOR THE TEXAS STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.

1886.

SUPERIOR

Electro-Medical Apparatus,

FOR THE CURE OF HEADACHE, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, DYS

PEPSIA, PARALYSIS, GOUT, CONSTIPATION, SCIATICA,
TYPHOID FEVER, ASTHMA, CHRONIC AND NER-

VOUS DISEASES IN GENERAL.

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MEDAL OF SUPERIORITY From American Institute in 1885.

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For detaiied information, send for copy of Electro-Allotropic Physiology, mailed free. Address,

JEROME KIDDER MFG. CO.,

820 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.

SEP 6 1887

SVORARY ASSINS

OFFICERS FOR 1886-7,

PRESIDENT.

T. H. NOTT, M. D., Goliad.

VICE-PRESIDENTS.

R. H. CHILTON, M. D., Dallas.
J. C. LOGGINS, M. D., Ennis. .
H. L. PARSONS, M. D., Kaufman.

SECRETARY.

*W. J. BURT, M, D., Austin.
Died July 10, while this work was in progress, and
Dr. F. E. Daniel, of Austin, appointed.

TREASURER.

J. LARENDON, M. D., Houston.

*Deceased July 10, 1886.

Sections and Committees for 1836-7.

SECTIONS AND COMMITTEES, 1886-7.

JUDICIAL COUNCIL.
Frank Allen (one year), Belton.
A. D. Paulus (one year), Flatonio.
W. B. De Jernett (one year), Commerce.
M. L. Haggard (one year), Buffalo.
M. H. Oliver (two years), Ennis.
W. A. Archer (two years), Houston.
T. J. Tyner (two years), San Antonio.
Powhattan Jordan (two years), Beaumont.
W. L. York (three years), Decatur.
J. R. Johnson (three years), Bryan.
H. H Thorpe (three years), Liberty Hill.
D. M. Ray (three years), Whitewright.

SECTION ON PRACTICE OF MEDICINE, MATERIA MEDICA

AND PATIOLOGY.

J. F. Y. Paine, Chairman, Galveston.

Secretary,

SECTION ON OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF CHILDREN.

J. W. McLaughlin, Chairman, Austin.
Frederic Terrell, Secretary, San Antonio.

Sections and Committees for 1888-7.

J. D. Osborn, Chairman, Cleburne.
J. J. Roberts, Secretary, Hillsboro.

F. C. Ford, Chairman, Nacogdoches.
G. W. Christian, Secretary, Burnet.

SECTION ON GYNÆCOLOGY.

Frank H. Tucker, Chairman, San Augustine.
L. J. Batte, Secretary, Belton.

SECTION ON OPITHALMOLOGY AND OTOLOGY.

T. J. Tyner, Chairman, San Antonio.
J. H. Smith, Secretary, San Antonio.

SECTION ON ELECTRO TIIERAPEUTIC:.

F. T. Paine, Chairman, Comanche.
O. L. Williams, Secretary, Whitney.

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