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“The Selection of the Homeopathic Remedy." By T. F. Allen, M.D., New York City.
ADDRESS. Homeopathy and Public Health.” By R. Ludlam, M.D., Chicago.
Reports of Foreign Delegates.
“Comparative Statistics of Large Cities." By D. A. Strickler, M.D., St. Paul, Minn.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 1, 3 to 6 P.M.
SECTION IN MATERIA MEDICA.
Inaugural Address. “ The Present Condition of the Homcopathic Materia Medica.” By A. C. Cowperthwaite, M.D., Chicago, Ill., Chairman.
Papers in Materia Medica. "Bryonia.” By Frank Kraft, M.D., Secretary, Cleveland, O.
"The Revival of Therapeutics.” By W. E. Leonard, M.D., Minneapolis, Minn.
“The Relation of Practical Psychology to Pathogenesy." By Eldridge C. Price, M.D., Baltimore, Md.
"A Study of Sepia—Pathological, Clinical and Comparative." By A. L. Monroe, M.D., Louisville, Ky.
SECTION IN OBSTETRICS. “Inaugural Address.” By T. Griswold Comstock, M.D., Chairman.
Papers in Obstetrics. “Scarlatina in the Gestative State." By J. C. Sanders, M.D., Cleveland, O.
“The Habitual Death of the Foetus in Utero." By E. S. Baily, M.D., Chicago, Ill.
“The Levator Ani as Related to Parturition.” By A. T. Spaulding, M.D., Boston, Mass.
“Practical Observations on the Management of Pelvic Deformity.” By L. L. Danforth, M.D., New York.
“The Rational Treatment of Certain Puerperal Disorders.” By Geo. B. Peck, M.D., Providence, R. I.
“ Progress of Obstetrics." By Sheldon Leavitt, M.D., Chicago.
“Puerperal Eclampsia.” By Lemuel C. Grosvenor, M.D., Chicago.
“ The Mother in Pregnancy.” By Geo. W. Winterburn, M.D., New York.
"Puerperal Insanity.” By M. D. Youngman, M.D., Atlantic City, N. J.
“Some Diseases Preventing and Complicating Pregnancy.” By Henry C. Aldrich, M.D., Minneapolis, Minn.
FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M.
ADDRESS. Homeopathy and Prophylaxis.” By P. Jousset, M.D., Paris, France.
ADDRESS. “The Development of Medical Science Through Homeopathy." By Martha A. Canfield, M.D., Cleveland, Ohio.
Reports of Societies.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 2, 3 to 6 P.M.
SECTION IN CLINICAL MEDICINE. “Inaugural Address.” By Charles Gatchell, M.D., Ann Arbor.
Papers in Clinical Medicine. “A Plea for Early Operation in Pleurisy with Effusion.
By J. Montfort Schley, M.D., New York.
Bright's Disease.” By P. Jousset, M.D., Paris, France. “ Neurasthenia with Therapeutic Indications.” By Conrad Wesselhoeft, M.D., Boston, Mass.
“What is the Best Dose ? A Review of the Posological Experience of Thirty Years' Practice." By H. Goullon, M.D., Weimer, Germany.
“ The Scientific Clinician." By J. P. Sutherland, M.D., Boston, Mass.
“ The Curative Action of Homeopathic Remedies in Cases of Organic Diseases of the Heart.” By John M. Clark, M.D., London, England.
“ Thermal Hydro-Therapeutics.” By W. D. Edmunds, M.D., St. Louis, Mo.
“ Functional Diseases of the Liver.” By F. H. Orme, M.D., Atlanta, Ga.
“ The Prophylaxis of Cholera.” By B. N. Banerjee, M.D., Calcutta, India.
“The Use of Homeopathic Remedies in Diseases of the Skin and Syphilis.” By Oscar Hansen, M.D., Copenhagen, Denmark.
SECTION IN MENTAL AND NERVOUS DISEASES.
“Inaugural Address.” By S. H. Talcott, M.D., Middletown, N. Y., Chairman.
Papers in Mental and Nervous Diseases. Puerperal Insanity.” By A. P. Williamson, M.D., Minneapolis, Minn.
“ Statistical Facts Relative to Insanity and its Treatment." By George Allen, M.D., Middletown, N. Y.
"The Care of the Insane." By C. Spencer Kinney, M.D., Middletown, N. Y.
“Clinical Instruction to Medical Students in State Hospitals for the Insane." By N. Emmons Paine, M.D., West Newton, Mass.
"The Cause of an Increase of Melancholia.” By William M. Butler, M.D., Brooklyn, N. Y.
“ The Octave in Nature and in Man as a Key to Psychology." By J. D. Buck, M.D., Cincinnati, Ohio.
“Mental Depression, and the Influence of the California Climate Thereon.” By H. R. Arodt, M.D., San Diego, Cal.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 3, 3 to 6 P.M.
Reports of Committees.
ADDRESS. “ Value of Effort to Enlighten the Public on Homeopathy.” By A. C. Pope, M.D., Grantham, England.
SECTION IN RHINOLOGY AND LARYNGOLOGY. Inaugural Address.” By H. F. Ivins, M.D., Phildelphia, Chairman.
Papers in Rhinology and Laryngology. “Chronic Catarrh as Treated by the Homeopath.” By Chas. E. Leets, M.D., New York.
“Nasal Epithelioma.” By W. A. Dunn, M.D., Chicago, Ill. .
“Cancer of the Throat.” By H. F. Fisher, M.D., Nashville, Tenn.
“Nasal Surgery, its Uses and Limitations." By E. L. Mann, M.D., St. Paul, Minn., and D. G. Woodvine, M.D., Boston.
SECTION IN PÆDOLOGY. “Inaugural Address." By Emily V. Pardee, M.D., Chairman, South Norwalk, Conn.
Papers in Pædology. “ Pre-Natal Medication.” By Millie J. Chapman, M.D., Secretary, Pittsburgh, Pa.
“Rachitis.” By Robert N. Tooker, M.D., Chicago.
“The Awkward Gait of Children." By Sidney F. Wilcox, M.D., Buffalo .
“Contagion in our Public Schools and its Prophylaxis.” By Lucy C. Hill, M.D., Fall River, Mass.
“ Headache in Children." By Gerard C. Aldrich, M.D., M.R.C.
“Albuminuria in Children.” By Henry C. Aldrich, M.D. To be discussed by W. W. Van Baun, M.D., Philadelphia.
“Enteric Diseases of Children with Homeopathic Treatment.” By E. Louis Orleman, M.D.
“Neuroses of the Bowels." By E. Lippincott, M.D.
“Rearing of Children." By Mr. Dudley Wright, L.R.C.P., London, England.
THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS
was presented by its Chairman, J. S. Mitchell, M.D., of Chicago. It was accepted and referred as follows:
The local committee of the American Institute has acted in connection with the local committee of the World's Congress. It has arranged for the meeting of the American Institute to have its business meetings in this room (29) of the Art Institute. It has arranged also for committee rooms and for general headquarters, but the first meeting of the World's Congress, the inaugural congress, will be held to-night, in the hall of Washington, the south hall of this building, at 8 P.M. The dedication of the Homeopathic hospital and headquarters on the Exposition grounds will take place this afternoon, at 3 o'clock. The sessions of the Congress will commence to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock. There will be a general session lasting from 10 to 1 o'clock, during which addresses will be delivered. The Sectional meetings will be held from 3 to 6 P.M. It is desired that we have at these meetings of the Congress the attendance of all our physicians, taking the Exposition at times when the Congress is not in session.
THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON PROGRAMME AND BUSINESS
was presented by its Chairman, Dr. C. E. Fisher, of Chicago, as follows:
We have followed the usual order and have prepared the programme for the week and printed it in circular form. It outlines the work of the Institute for the week. The only business session will be held in the morning from 9 to 10. On page 21 will be noted the items of business, and the only change we have from that thus far is in relation to the Memorial Service, which is marked “time to be fixed by the Institute.” This has been fixed for Friday morning at 9 o'clock. It seems impossible to set aside an evening of this week for this memorial service. A programme will be arranged for this service, and the addresses will be limited to the