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By a Resolution adopted at the Session of 1853, the Committee of Publication was instructed to prefix to each volume of the Transactions, a note, or statement to the effect that the Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania does not indorse or sanction, by its authority, the facts or opinions contained in any address or report made to it, or which is directed to be inserted in its published
Dauphin County Medical Society .
MINUTES OF THE PROCEEDINGS Medical Soridt i the Sian of Pennsylvania,
HARRISBURG, JUNE, 1868.
The Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania convened at Harrisburg, June 10, 1868, in the Hall of the House of Representatives, at 4 o'clock P.M.
Dr. TRAILL GREEN, of Northampton County, President, in the chair, supported by Vice-Presidents Drs. ANDREW NEBINGER, of Philadelphia, J. L. STEWART, of Erie, and G. W. HALDEMAN, of Cumberland County.
The Treasurer, Dr. W. MAYBURRY; the Permanent Secretary, Dr. WM. B. ATKINSON; and the Recording Secretary, Dr. S. S. SCHULTZ, were also present.
Rev. G. F. STELLING, of Harrisburg, opened the meeting with prayer.
Dr. W. H. EGLE, of Dauphin County, on behalf of the Dauphin County Medical Society, welcomed the delegates in the following remarks:
MR. PRESIDENT AND GENTLEMEN OF THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY: As the representative of the Medical Society of Dauphin County, and of the physicians of this city, it affords me the greatest pleasure to give you, one and all, a heart-warm, fraternal welcome to the State capital. We have invited you to assemble here, not only to testify to you our high appreciation of the kindly greeting you gave the delegates from our Society, shortly after our organization two years ago, on receiving them among you, but for the nobler purpose of manifesting, in some measure, our high esteem and affection for those members of the profession, from every por
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