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FORTIETU SESSION.

(Held at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., June 27, 1887.)
F. H. ORME, M.D., Atlanta, Ga., President.
A. R. WRIGHT, M.D., Buffalo, N. Y., Vice-President.
J. C. BURGHER, M.D., Pittsburgh, Pa., General Secretary.
T. M. STRONG, M.D., Ward's Island, N. Y., Provisional Secretary.
E. M. KELLOGG, M.D., New York, N. Y., Treasurer.

FORTY-FIRST SESSION.

(Held at Niagara Falls, N. Y., June 29, 1888.)
A. C. COWPERTHWAITE, M.D., Iowa City, Iowa, President.
N. SCHNEIDER, M.D., Cleveland, Ohio, Vice-President.
PEMBERTON DUDLEY, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa., General Secretary.
T. M. STRONG, M.D., Ward's Island, N. Y., Provisional Secretary.
E. M. KELLOGG, M.D., New York, N. Y., Treasurer.

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FORTY-SECOND SESSION.

(Held at Minnetonka Beach, Minn., June 24, 1889.)
SELDEN H. TALCOTT, M.D., Middletown, N. Y., President.
THEO. Y. KINNE, M.D., Paterson, N. J., Vice-President.
PEMBERTON DUDLEY, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa., General Secretary.
T. M. STRONG, M.D., Ward's Island, N. Y., Provisional Secretary.
E.M. KELLOGG, M.D., New York, N. Y., Treasurer,

FORTY-THIRD SESSION.

(Held at Waukesha, Wis., June 16, 1890.)
ALFRED I. SAWYER, M.D., Monroe, Mich., President.
J. D. BUCK, M.D., Cincinnati, Ohio, Acting President.
CHESTER G, HIGBEE, M.D., St. Paul, Minn, Vice-President.
PEMBERTON DUDLEY, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa., General Secretary.
T. M. STRONG, M.D., Macon, Ga., Provisional Secretary.
E. M. KELLOGG, M.D., New York, N. Y., Treasurer.

[Note.-The appointment of an Acting President was made necessary by the illness of the President and the absence of the Vice-President.]

FORTY-FOURTH SESSION. (Held at Atlantic City, N. J., in conjunction with the Fourth International Homæopathic

Congress, June 16, 1891.)
THEO. Y. KINNE, M.D., Paterson, N. J., President.
JAMES H. MCCLELLAND, M.D., Pittsburgh, Pa., Vice-President.
PEMBERTON DUDLEY, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa., General Secretary.
T. M. STRONG, M.D., Macon, Ga., Provisional Secretary.
E. M. KELLOGG, M.D., New York, N. Y., Treasurer.
THOS. FRANKLIN SMITH, M.D., New York, N. Y., Assistant Treasurer.

FORTY-FIFTH SESSION.

(Held at Washington, D.C., June 13, 1892). THEO. Y. KINNE, M.D., Paterson, N. J., President. JAMES H. MCCLELLAND, M.D., Pittsburgh, Pa., Vice-President. PEMBERTON DUDLEY, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa., General Secretary. T. M. STRONG, M.D., Boston, Mass., Provisional Secretary. E. M. KELLOGG, M.D., New York, N. Y., Treasurer. THOS. FRANKLIN SMITH, M.D., New York, N. Y., Assistant Treasurer.

FORTY-SIXTH SESSION.

(Held at Chicago, Ill., 1893). JAMES H. MCCLELLAND, M.D., Pittsburgh, Pa., President. C. E. FISHER, M.D., Chicago, Ill., First Vice-President. MILLIE J. CHAPMAN, M.D., Pittsburgh, Pa., Second Vice-President. PEMBERTON DUDLEY, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa., General Secretary. T. M. STRONG, M.D., Boston, Mass., Provisional Secretary. E. M. KELLOGG, M.D., New York, N. Y., Treasurer. THOS. FRANKLIN SMITH, M.D., New York, N. Y., Assistant Treasurer.

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS.

CONSTITUTION.

ADOPTED JUNE 10, 1874.

Article 1.Name and Object. This Association shall be styled the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF HOMEOPATHY, and its object the improvement of Homeopathic therapeutics and all other departments of medical science.

Article II. - Members. The Institute shall be composed of those physicians who are already members, and of such others as may be hereafter chosen in conformity with the By-Laws.

Article III.- Officers. The officers of the Institute shall be a President, two Vice-Presidents, who shall be designated “First” and “ Second,” according to the number of votes received by each, a General Secretary, a Provisional Secretary, a Treasurer and an Assistant Treasurer, with such other officers as shall be designated by the By-Laws, to be chosen at such time, in such manner, for such a period, and with such duties as the By-Laws shall ordain.

Article IV.-Seal. The Institute shall have and use one common seal, with a suitable device and inscription.

Article V.- Amendments. This Constitution may be altered or amended by a vote of two-' thirds of all the members present at the regular annual meeting, provided that notice of such alteration or amendment shall have been given in writing at a previous annual meeting of the Institute.

BY-LAWS.

(ADOPTED JUNE 2, 1893.)

Article I.— Meetings. This Institute shall hold at least one session in each year, at such time and place as may be determined upon from time to time.

Article II.- Officers. SECTION 1. The officers shall be elected by ballot at each annual session of the Institute, and shall enter upon their respective duties the first day of January following.

Sec. 2. The officers of the Institute, viz., the President, VicePresidents, General Secretary, Provisional Secretary, Treasurer and Assistant Treasurer shall constitute an Executive Committee, which shall arrange the business of the session, attend to matters of business not otherwise specially provided for, and perform such other duties as may by vote of the Institute devolve upon them.

Sec. 3. The General Secretary shall be paid an annual salary of five hundred dollars.

Article III.-Duties of Officers. SECTION 1. The President shall preside at the meetings of the Institute and perform the duties usually pertaining to his office, together with such others as may by vote of the Institute devolve upon him. He shall sign all certificates of membership. He shall deliver an address at the opening of each session, and make such suggestions as he may deem necessary for the Institute to take action on during the session; and he may also consider any subject relating to medical science.

Sec. 2. The Vice-Presidents in their order shall perform the duties of the President in his absence or disability.

Sec. 3. The General Secretary shall keep a record of the proceedings of the meetings, conduct the correspondence of the Institute, issue notices of meetings, notify members of their election, sign certificates of membership, and perform such other duties as the Institute may direct. It shall further be the duty of the Secretary to send to each Homeopathic journal published in the country, within two months after the adjournment of an annual meeting, a list of the

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