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of all these Congresses-of which there are altogether nearly 200 —that the Government probably will not do it. It is the intention to publish them at the Government printing-house and in volumes of such size as will comprise three or four Congresses together-or a series of Congresses.
DR. KINNE: When the Government publishes the proceedings of the various Congresses, whenever that may be, will the Government publish all the papers submitted, or will they select such as they think best?
DR. MITCHELL: I am not able to answer that question.
DR. KINNE: If they should select what suited them best, we might be in an unpleasant predicament as to the value of what is omitted and of what retained, not having any supervision over the matter nor any jurisdiction. If we could be assured that the Government would publish the entire proceedings, papers and discussions, then it would be unnecessary to think of any expenditure for publication by the Institute. But we are not assured of that.
Dr. B. W. JAMES: Our By-laws say that our TRANSACTIONS must be got out in five months. I do not suppose the Government will permit any dictation as to the time it will take in preparing its own records. And the remarks of Dr. Kinne are peculiarly appropriate, seeing that the Secretary of the Congress is not Secretary of the Institute, and therefore neither body has an officer to whom the whole matter could be delegated. Will the Congress allow us the right to publish the proceedings ?
DR. MITCHELL: The Congress Auxiliary would be favorable to the publication, by any distinct organization like the American Institute, of the TRANSACTIONS of the Congress.
DR. TALBOT: If they are published outside of the Institute TRANSACTIONS, it will be very difficult for the members to get them; and I think it is due to the 1500 members of the Institute that they should have a copy of it, as they have paid their dues.
Dr. C. E. Fisher then moved that the Executive and Publication Committee be empowered to confer with the authorities and officials of the Congress, and to act as circumstances shall permit and their own judgment shall dictate. This motion was adopted.
Dr. R. B. Rush, Chairman of the Board of Censors, reported that the Board recommends the election of the following distinguished foreign physicians as corresponding members of the Institute, viz. : Dr. Alfred E. Hawkes, of Liverpool, England; Dr. J. Cavendish Molson, of London, England; Dr. Oscar Hansen, of Copenhagen, Denmark;
Dr. P. C. Majumdar, of Calcutta, India; Dr. Charles F. Fisher, of Sydney, N. S. W., Australia. .
The above recommendations of the Board of Censors was adopted unanimously.
Dr. Pemberton Dudley stated that for years past Madame Bojanus has, unknown to this Institute, translated into our language numerous valuable reports and papers which have afterwards appeared in our TRANSACTIONS and in various medical journals in the United States and Europe; and has, moreover, shown her interest in the cause of Homoeopathy, and in the welfare of this Institute, by her presence at this session. He therefore moved, that Madame Olga Bojanus, of Samara, Russia, be elected an Honorary Associate Member of the American Institute of Homoeopathy. The motion was unanimously adopted.
Dr. Rush, of the Board of Censors, reported that during the session there had been one hundred and fifty-five regular members, six corresponding members, and one honorary associate member added to the Roll of the Institute.
DR. I. T. TALBOT : Mr. President, I now move that this Institute do now adjourn, each of its 1550 members to bring one new member to Denver, Colorado, next June.
The motion was adopted with a round of applause, and President McClelland then declared the Forty-ninth Anniversary Session of the American Institute of Homoeopathy adjourned sine die.
PEMBERTON DUDLEY, M.D.,
MAY 22, 1893. American Institute of Homeopathy, in account with E. M. KELLOGG, Treasurer,
THOMAS FRANKLIN SMITH, Assistant Treasurer.
J. C. Burgher, postage,
$5 00 Legislative Committee,
100 00 Legislative Committee, old account,
136 76 Life Insurance Committee,
1 75 Pemberton Dudley, salary,
500 00 Pemberton Dudley, postage, etc.,
551 43 T. M. Strong, salary,
350 00 Sherman & Co., printing,
2284 00 J. J. Lafetra, printing,
123 00 Washington Local Committee,
60 93 Executive Committee,
36 75 Treasurer's expenses to Washington,
94 82 Bureau of Organization, Registration and Statistics,
133 68 Century Co., certificates,
15 00 Assistant Treasurer, postage and sundries,
128 29 Institute buttons,
212 50 Murphy, Parker & Co., bookbinding,
375 71 Newell & Son, photograph,
10 25 Otis Clapp & Son, electrotype,
$5123 40 Balance to account, .
$6206 22 We have examined the vouchers and accounts of the Treasurer, and found the above Report correct.
J. B. G. CUSTIS,
REPORT OF THE BOARD OF CENSORS.
(PHYSICIANS ELECTED TO MEMBERSHIP.)
ALLAN, ARTHUR GERRISH, M.D.,
New York, N. Y. University of Pennsylvania, 1878. ALLEN, W. CAREY, M.D., .
Colorado Springs, Col. Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia, 1883. ANDERSON, G. HAMLIN, M.D.,
Seneca, Kan, Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1886. ANDERSON, JOHN WYLIE, M.D., .
Denver, Col. Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia, 1882. BADGER, SOPHIA F., M.D., .
St. Louis, Mo. Homeopathic Medical College of Missouri, 1886. BAILEY, WILLIAM M., M.D.,
Detroit, Mich. Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1868. BAILEY, ALFRED GOODRICH, M.D.,
Chicago, Ill. Cleveland Homæopathic Hospital College, 1889. BAKER, LEIGH YERKES, M.D.,
Washington, D. C. University of Michigan, Homøopathic Department, 1879. BASSETT, CHARLES F., M.D.,
Chicago, Ii. Chicago Homeopathic Medical College, 1879. BAYLESS, HERMAN G., M.D.,
Knoxville, Tenn. Ohio Medical College, Cincinnati, O., 1879. BERNARD, CHARLES C., M D.,
Chicago, III. Chicago Homeopathic Medical College, 1882. BESEMER, MARTIN, M.D.,
Ithaca, N. Y. Homeopathic Hospital College of Cleveland, 1875. BISSELL, ELMER JEFFERSON, M.D.,
Rochester, N. Y. University of Michigan, Homæopathic Department, 1883. BLACKMAN, GEORGE EDWIN, M.D.,
Vernon, Tex University of Iowa, 1886. BLACKWOOD, ALEXANDER L., M.D., .
Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1888.
BLIEM, MILTON J., M.D.,
San Antonio, Tex Chicago Hom@opathic Medical College, 1884, BOARDMAN, E. W., M.D.,
Parsons, Kan Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1884. BOWERMAN, MARTHA A., M.D., .
Chicago, III Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1882. BRIGGS, JOSEPH EMMONS, M.D.,
Boston, Mass Boston University School of Medicine, 1890. BRIGHAM, HOMER C., M.D.,
Grand Rapids, Mich. New York Homeopathic Medical College, 1872.
BROOKS, WILLIAM F., M.D.,
Lowell, Mich. University of Michigan, Homæopathic Department, 1888. BROWN, EUGENE A., M.D., .
Madison, Wis. Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1878. BRUCE, IDA NORRIS, M.D., .
Tampa, Fla. New York Medical College for Women, 1886. BURR, WILLIAM ALTON, M.D.,
Denver, Col. Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1869. BURT, WILLIAM H., M.D., .
Chicago, Ill. Homeopathic Hospital College of Cleveland, 1858. BUTLER, ALVIN S., M.D.,
Chicago, Ill. Habnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1884. CHAFFEE, JEROME, C. M., M.D.,
Kentland, Ind. “Medical Department University of Philadelphia" (?), 1868. CLARK, WHITMAN, E., M.D., .
Three Rivers, Mich. Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1873. CLEMENT, WEBSTER John, M.D., .
Berlin, Wis. Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1887. CLOKEY, ALLISON A., M.D.,
Louisville, Ky. Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia, 1889. COLBURN, EDGAR L., M.D.,
Fremont, Neb. Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1887. COMBS, JAMES T., M.D., .
Chicago, ni. Chicago Homæopathic Medical College, 1893. COOKE, JAMES R., M.D.,
Boston, Mass. Boston University School of Medicine, 1892. CRAWFORD, JOANNA D., M.D.,
Minneapolis, Minn. Iowa University, Homeopathic Department, 1880. CRISMORE, J. M., M.D.,
Helena, 0. Eclectic Medical Institute, Cincinnati, 1880. CROSTHWAIT, Scott W., M.D.,
Nashville, Tenn. Chicago Homcopathic Medical College, 1891. CRUTCHER, HOWARD, M.D.,
Chicago, Ill. Chicago Homeopathic Medical College, 1885. CUTLER, WM. POND, M.D.,
Kansas City, Mo. Pulte Medical College, Cincinnati, 1881, DAVIS, GEORGE EUGENE, M.D.,
San Francisco, Cal. Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia, 1873. DE BAUN, EDWIN, M.D.,
Passaic, N.J. New York Homeopathic Medical College, 1885. DEAN, GEORGE A., M.D.,
Kansas City, Mo. Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1878. DILLINGHAM, Thomas MANLY, M.D.,
New York, N. Y. Boston University School of Medicine, 1874. Downs, JAMES N., M.D.,
Ottawa, Ill. Homeopathic Hospital College of Cleveland, 1880. DUNCAN, SARAH B., M.D., .
Fayette, la Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, 1893. EDGERTON, MARK, M.D.,
Kansas City, Mo Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia, 1879. ESTABROOKE, WM. Wilmot, M.D.,
Jerseyville, III. Pennsylvania College, 1847.