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THE MEDICAL POLICE
RULES AND REGULATIONS
BOSTON MEDICAL ASSOCIATION,
WITH A CATALOGUE OF THE
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS.
FRANKLIN PRESS: RAND, AVERY, & COMPANY.
the Boston MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, held at Vila's on the first Wednesday in March, 1808, –
The Committee of the preceding year having, in conformity with their instructions, reported on a code of Medical Police, which was read and accepted by sections,
It was Voted, That the Report of the Committee be recommitted, with instructions to print five hundred copies of the same; and that they present to each member of the Association three copies of the Report, and distribute the remaining copies to such other physicians of the State as they may think proper.
VOTED, LIKEWISE, That the thanks of the Association be presented to the Committee for their judicious and useful Report.
J. GORHAM, Secretary.
BOSTON MEDICAL POLICE.
THE Standing Committee of the Association of Boston Physicians for the year commencing on the first Wednesday of March, 1807, having been instructed to propose a code of Medical Police, to be submitted to the consideration of the Association at their next annual meeting, beg leave to report:
1. That, having examined the different publications of Gregory, Rush, and Percival upon this subject, they first selected from them such articles as seemed most applicable to the circumstances of the profession in this place.
2. That, with these articles as a groundwork, they have proceeded to form a short system of police, containing general principles for the government of this Association, by making such alterations or additions to them as they thought necessary for rendering them both practicable and useful.
3. That they have added such new articles as they judged conducive to the general views of this Association, and adapted to the particular situation of medical practice in America. The result of which is submitted in the form following: