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MARX T. DAVIS,
VAN S. LINDSLEY,
W. F. GLENN.
DUNCAN EVE, Nashville Medical Association,
T. O. SUMMERS, JR.
State Medical Society,
I GEO. W. CHRISTIAN,
Grayson Co. Medical Society,
LEROY M. BINGHAM,
GEO. S. DAVENPORT,
O. F. FASSETT,
E. R. CAMPBELL. Association,
C. W. PECK, Rutland Co. Med. and Surg. Soc., THOMAS E. WAKEFIELD. ,
Chas. L. ALLEN,
TA. T. WOODWARD.
F. D. CUNNINGHAM,
W. D. HOOPER,
GEO. BEN JOHNSTON,
( THOMAS B. WARD. Albemarle County Med. Soc., J. EDGAR CHANCELLOR. Norfolk Melical Society,
HERBERT M. NASH.
A. S. GEORGE, Richmond Academy of Medicine,
JAS. B. McCaw.
s Permanent Members,
J. L. CABELL,
J. P. MILLER,
W. F. VANKIRK.
1 JAS. E. REEVES.
L. C. HUNT,
J. K. BARTLETT,
State Medical Society,
UNITED STATES ARMY.
C. H. ALDEN
John S. BILLINGS,
UNITED STATES NAVY.
DELAVAN BLOODGOOD, Medical Department,
S. F. COUES,
J. R. TRYON. Permanent Member,
ALBERT L. GIHON. Protests against the reception of certain delegates were presented, and referred to the Judicial Council.
Vice-President Dr. R. BEVERLY COLE, of California, baving taken the chair, the President, Dr. Louis A. SAYRE, then deliv. ered the Annual Address.
On motion of Dr. WM. BRODIE, of Michigan, a vote of thanks was tendered to the President for his able address, a copy requested for publication, and its recommendations were referred to a committee of five with instructions to report at this meeting.
On motion of Dr. M. A. PALLEN, of New York, a temporary Section for Diseases of Children was added to the Sections for
Dr. PALLEN, on behalf of the Committee of Arrangements, presented the following as Members by Invitation, and ou motion they were elected.
MEMBERS BY INVITATION.—Joun L. CAMPBELL, J. C. THOMAS, CHARLES HEITZMAN, S. A. RABORG, A. S. CHURCH, Chas. Bliss, Y. W. STROMACH, GEO. G. WHEELOCK, of New York; G. B. BAYLES, Orange, N. J.; DAVID MAGIE, F. LANGE, J. C. JAY, F. E. HYDE, G. LANGMAN, WM. H. CHAMBERLAIN, S. II. DESSAU, C. A. KINCH, A. M. JACOBUS, J. II. Fruitsight, P. C. COLE, JOHN H. NESBITT, WM. J. FIELDS, RICHARD T. BANGS, A. W. MAYNARI, of New York; Geo. W. Wells, Brooklyn; J. Baxter UPHAM, Boston; ROBERT W. TAYLOR, ILENRY F. WALKER, Louis II. SAYRE, J. WILLISTON WRIGHT, W. C. Gilliam, A. McLANE HAMILTON, II. GOLDWAITE, C. A. Vox RAMDOHR, II. F. NORRIS, C. S. WARD, B. McE. EMMET, II. D. NICHOL, E. D. LORING, R. A. WITTHAUS, A. E. MACDONALD, B. F. DAWSON, F. A. CASTLE, A. H. Buck, WM. II. HALL, C. C LEE, D. PHILLIPS, C. J. SHARRETTS, R. W. TAYLOR, F. H. BoswoRTH, M. CLYMER, and C. WAGNER, of New York; J. S. COLEMAN, Augusta, Ga.; D. D. BRAMBLE, Cincinnati; J. B. A. Risk, Covington, Ky.; W. W. WELCH, Norfolk, Connecticut; J. W. WELCH, West Winston, Connecticut; W. H. Welch avd L. F. Pitkin, of New York; H. L. Sims, San Francisco; J. MACKENZIE GORDON, Australia; J. W. ROSE BRUGH, Hamilton, Canada; A. II. DAVID, Montreal, Canada; M. L. Dixon, Mortreal, Canada ; J. L. AXTELLE, Mr
Joseph HUTCHINSON, Liverpool, England ; Jos. TRENHOLME, Montreal, Canada; T. H. Nort, Texas; W. H. Nash, New York; John H. JANEWAY, U.S. A.; W. H. HIINGSTON, Montreal, Canada; DAVID CLARK, Toronto, Canada; I. McFADIN CAMPENOS, Gaston, Brazil; W. R. BIRDSALL, New York; C. D. Alton, Hartford, Connecticut; J. Solon BRIGGS, Newark, New Jersey ; Mrs. J. S. Briggs, Newark, New Jersey ; E. CogswELL, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Talbot Jones, St. Paul, Minnesota ; Mr. Jonathan Hutchinson, London, England; G. S. RYERSON, Toronto, Canada; G. A. COBURN, Cambridge, Massachusetts ; T. A. McPARLIN, U. S. N.; F. S. DENNIS, New York; T. MitCHELL PRUDDEN, New York; G. E. SUSSDORF, New York; D. W. MINER, Ware, Massachusetts; C. I. PARDEE, S. Kohn, J. H. HILLYER, New York ; C. B. WHITE, U. S. A.; J. D. NELSON, Stonington, Connecticut; Thos. GOODWILLIE, Vernon, Vermont; Lewis FISHER, New York; Geo. B. FERGUSON, Deer Isle, Maine; D. H. SHIELDS, Hannibal, Missouri; W.J. LUMSDEN, Elizabeth City, North Carolina; W. B. CHASE, Brooklyn, New York; WM. STEVENS, Cairo, New York; A. Nellis, Jr., Montgomery Co., New York.
Dr. Samuel D. Gross, of Pennsylvania, after a touching allusion to the recent afliction experienced by the President, L. A. SAYRE, moved that the Association tender to him, and through him to the family, their warmest sympathy in this sad bereavement by the death of Dr. Chas. H. H. SAYRE. The motion was adopted by a rising vote.
Dr. EDWARD SEGUIN, of New York, presented from the Executive Committee on the Metric System a report, which was read by the Permanent Secretary.
On motion of Dr. WM. BRODIE, the Committee of Arrangements were instructed to have the report printed for the members in the morning.
On motion of Dr. J. M. TONER, the order of business was suspended, and notes from absentees were read, as follows:
NEW ORLEANS, May 27, 1880. Dr. W. B. ATKINSON,
Sec ary American Medical Associution. DEAR SIR: It is with great regret that I find myself forced to inform the Association through you that the state of my health will prevent me from officiating as one of its chairmei at the meeting to take place in June vext.
B. A. POPE.
On motion, the note was ordered to be entered upou the minutes.
The Permanent Secretary also announced that Dr. Albert H. Smith, of Pennsylvania, Chairman of the Section on Obstetrics, had been compelled to go to Europe after a severe attack of typhoid fever.
Dr. Austin Flint, of New York, Chairman of the Committee on Prize Essays, presented the following report:
The Committee on Prize Essays have the honor to report that one essay only was received. This essay the several members of the committee have examined with care. It embodies the result of laborious and extensive research in medical literature, and, in this point of view, has much merit. The committee, however, do not feel warranted in recommending it for a prize, for the reason that it fails to meet what, in their opinion, should be considered as a requirement, namely, originality of investigations which enlarge the boundaries of our knowledge.
MONTROSE A. PALLEN.
Committee. On motion, the report was adopted.
The report of the delegates to the Canadian Medical Association was offered and made the order for Wednesday morning.
On motion, the Committee of Arrangements was requested to make the announcement in each Section, that each State delegation was expected to report its member of the Committee on Nominations to the Permanent Secretary on the morning of Wednesday, at the opening of the general session.
On motion, adjourned to meet at 10 A. M. on Wednesday.
WEDNESDAY, June 2. The Association was called to order by the President at 10 A.M.
On motion of Dr. SAMUEL D. Gross it was unanimously
Resolved, that the following gentlemen from abroad, members of this Association by invitation, be, and are hereby made honorary members of this Association:
Dr. JONATHAN HUTCHINSON, of London, England; Drs. IIINGSTON, HOWARD, DAVID, OSTLER, and TRENHOLME, of Montreal ;