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for adjustment. In order to appeal from its decision, a two-thirds vote of members present and voting shall be necessary, said vote to be had without debate. All appeals thus ordered shall be heard at a special hour, set for the purpose, and shall be considered in executive session. Adopted.
On motion, the By-Laws, as they had been amended, were then adopted as a whole.
The portion of the Executive Committee's report on the question of establishing a reserve fund, which on Monday had been deferred, was taken up, and after being debated by Drs. B. W. James, I. T. Talbot, and Pemberton Dudley, was, on motion of Dr. C. E. Fisher, adopted.
Dr. Rush, Chairman of the Board of Censors, moved the election of the candidates for membership as reported yesterday, and his motion was adopted. He also named other candidates for action to
Secretary Dudley moved that, as the session is nearing its close, the rule requiring the "posting" of candidates' names for six hours previous to the vote on their election be suspended for the remainder of the session. The motion was adopted.
The Memorial Service in honor of deceased members was then held as the special order.
The Necrologist, Dr. Henry M. Smith, of New York, N. Y., presented a list of ninety-six names, which have been heretofore omitted from the published Necrological List.
He then announced the decease of the following members since the last meeting of the Institute:
George A. Hall, M.D., Chicago, Ill.
Frank M. Clark, M.D., Salem, Ohio.
Caspar L. Crandall, M.D., Salt Lake City, Utah.
Charles Cullis, M.D., Boston, Mass.
John J. Drysdale, M.D., Liverpool, England.
George E. Shipman, M.D., Chicago, Ill.
George W. Moore, M.D., Springfield, Ohio.
Dr. Smith also presented Memorial Notices of these members which were accepted and referred to the Committee of Publication. Addresses eulogistic of the deceased members were delivered as follows:
By Dr. Bushrod W. James, in reference to the life, services, and worth of his old friend and classmate, Dr. George A. Hall.
Dr. Henry M. Smith presented a letter from Dr. Robert E. Dudgeon, of London, England, eulogizing the memory of his distinguished friend, Dr. John J. Drysdale, of Liverpool, England.
Dr. H. C. Allen, of Chicago, spoke in reference to the same member.
Dr. Alfred E. Hawkes, of Liverpool, England, was called upon for an expression referring to Dr. Drysdale, to which he briefly responded.
Dr. I. T. Talbot also offered brief remarks, in which he alluded to his personal friendship for Dr. Drysdale.
Dr. A. W. Woodward addressed the Institute in relation to Dr. George E. Shipman.
Drs. Dake and H. W. Roby made earnest addresses expressive of the exalted character and worth of Dr. Hall.
Dr. Henry C. Houghton and I. T. Talbot spoke briefly but feelingly in reference to Dr. Charles Cullis.
Dr. John A. Gann, of Wooster, Ohio, offered a eulogy to the memory of Dr. Frank M. Clark.
Dr. D. H. Beckwith, of Cleveland, Ohio, referred to the decease of his friend, Dr. George W. Moore, of Springfield, and Dr. Wm, Owens, Jr., of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Dr. E. M. Hale also offered a brief tribute to the memory of Dr. Cullis.
The President announced as a Committee on Resolutions, as provided in the new By-Laws, Drs. J. P. Dake, J. S. Mitchell, S. A.. Phillips, Julia Holmes Smith, Asa S. Couch.
Dr. M. T. Runnels, of Kansas City, Mo., offered a resolution condemning the manufacture and sale of proprietary medicines under the designation "Homœopathic." Under the new rule it was referred, without debate, to the Committee on Resolutions. Adjourned to Saturday morning.
JUNE 3, 1893.
The Institute reconvened for its final session at 9.30 o'clock A.M., President McClelland in the chair.
Dr. R. B. Rush, chairman of the Board of Censors, moved the
election as members of the applicants whose names had been reported. The motion was adopted.
He reported 15 new applications for membership, and, under the suspension of the rules, the candidates were elected.
A REPORT FROM THE SENATE OF SENIORS
on the subject of the proposed new seal for the Institute, was offered by Dr. Henry M. Smith, of New York, N. Y. The Seniors recommended that of the two designs referred to them by the Institute the circular one should be chosen.
The recommendation was adopted.
THE REPORT OF THE INTER-COLLEGIATE COMMITTEE was presented by the chairman, Dr. I. T. Talbot, of Boston, Mass., and was accepted and referred to the Committee of Publication.
Chairman Talbot also reported the following resolution, referred to his committee, with a recommendation that it be adopted as the sense of the Institute:
Resolved, That the American Institute of Homœopathy favors the inclusion of Psychiatry in the Curriculum of all Medical Col leges of the United States. It favors examination in Psychiatry, as in other specialties, and recommends that clinical teaching should be added to the didactic wherever possible.
The resolution was adopted.
Dr. Thomas Franklin Smith, Assistant Treasurer, tendered the resignations of Drs. Wm. R. Elder, F. H. Berrick and Eugene Hubbell with a recommendation that they be accepted.
A motion was offered by Dr. Henry M. Smith, that the President be authorized and instructed to appoint
AUXILIARY MEMBERS OF THE HAHNEMANN MONUMENT COMMITTEE,
one from each State in the Union, each to assist in the raising of funds in his own State and to co-operate with his State organization in the work.
The motion was amended by Dr. H. C. Allen to include also "a member from each of the Colleges," and in that form it was adopted.
The Committee on Resolutions, through its chairman, Dr. J. P. Dake, reported adversely on the resolution censuring the manufacture and sale of proprietary medicines, etc., by homoeopathic pharmacists; the ground of the Committee's report being that it was a matter over which the Institute had no jurisdiction. The report of the committee was adopted.
On behalf of the same committee, Dr. Dake presented the following, which were adopted:
Resolved, That the thanks of the American Institute of Homœopathy, be extended to the Local Committee of the World's Homoopathic Congress for the careful and excellent preparations made for the accommodation and entertainment of the Institute at this its third meeting in Chicago; also to the physicians of Chicago for their kind attentions. Adopted.
Resolved, That the thanks of the American Institute of Homoopathy be returned to the daily press of Chicago for excellent reports of our proceedings. Adopted.
Resolved, That our thanks are due to the editor and publishers of the Daily Medical Century for their enterprise in the publication of our proceedings and roster from day to day. Adopted.
The President then read the following committees:
Memorial Service.-Drs. J. C. Burgher, Chairman; B. W. James, H. M. Smith, M. A. Canfield, A. R. Wright.
Transportation.-C. E. Fisher, Chairman; James M. Walker, Wm. W. Van Baun, L. H. Willard, George H. Martin.
Institute Jubilee. -Drs. I. T. Talbot, Chairman; J. P. Dake, W. T. Helmuth, R. Ludlam, B. F. Bailey, E. M. Kellogg, N. Schneider, H. W. Westover, J. E. James, M. D. Youngman.
Local Arrangements.-Dr. James M. Walker, Chairman, with power to complete the committee.
Delegate to the British Homœopathic Congress.-Dr. Hugh Pitcairn.
Dr. H. C. Allen asked to be informed as to the publication of the TRANSACTIONS of the World's Homœopathic Congress. He wished to know if the Reports, Papers, Addresses and Discussions are to be published by the Institute in connection with its own Proceedings; or, if not, then by whom would they be published and on what terms could Institute members obtain the work?
The President stated that the Institute TRANSACTIONS will not require two volumes. One volume will be published which will comprise, of course, the Proceedings of the Institute meeting, with various items, historical and otherwise, that have been ordered by the Institute at this time, and which make quite a bulky volume. The Proceedings of the Congress we understand, are to be published under the auspices of the World's Congress Auxiliary.
DR. T. F. SMITH: In regard to the publication of the Proceedings, in order to have the Proceedings of the Congress published the same as the TRANSACTIONS of the Institute and Congress at Atlantic City, I move that the Institute publish at its own expense, in connection with the Proceedings of the Institute, one volume of the Proceedings of the World's Congress.
DR. MITCHELL. The situation in regard to the publication of the Proceedings of the World's Congress by the Congress Auxiliary, is as follows: The Proceedings of all the Congresses will undoubtedly be published at the same time; how soon we cannot tell, at Government expense. The Proceedings of this Congress will be published undoubtedly, in a volume bound with the Proceedings of other Congresses. It would be such an expense to publish the Transactions