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A pill of iron, quinia, arsenic and strychnia taken a fortnight before the attack.
R Quinia sulph, ferri redacti aa. 3 i, acid arsenius, strychnia sulph. aa. gr. ii, ext. gent. q. s. Pill No. lx. One three times a day to strengthen the nerves and nerve centers.
General supporting measures should be adopted during the course of the disease.
INDIANA STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY
THIRTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL SESSION.
PLYMOUTH CHURCH BUILDING, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. }
May 10, 1887, 10 A. M.
The Society met pursuant to adjournment.
The President-Members of the State Medical Society, the hour for beginning our Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting is now at hand. Will you please stand and be led in prayer by Rev. A. W. Lamport.
Rev. A. W. Lamport, of Indianapolis, opened the session with prayer.
By consent the roll call was omitted till afternoon.
The Committee on Credentials was announced by the Secretary as follows:
Committee on Credentials-H. D. Wood, G. W. Woolen, Wm. Spencer, B. F. Day and Jonas L. Stewart.
The Committee on Finance was announced by the Secretary as follows:
Committee on Finance-C. W. Burket, Chairman; John Rea, Marie Haslep, H. C. Davidson and T. S. Galbraith.
The report of the Committee on Arrangements, by Dr. John H. Oliver, Chairman, was read, and on motion was received and adopted, the financial part being referred to the Committee on Finance. It is as follows:
Mr. President and Members of the Indiana State Medical Society:
Your Committee on Arrangements desire to make the following report: The usual reduction in railroad fare and hotel rates has been obtained and a circular letter noting these arrangements mailed to each member of the Society. The following is the bill of expenditures:
Rent of Plymouth hall....
Water cooler, ice, etc..
INDIANAPOLIS, May 10, 1887.
The whole amount expended by your committee.........
We have prepared the following programme for the meeting, which is not so satisfactory as we should have made had we been in possession of the various papers or their titles sooner :
TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1887-MORNING.
10:00 Calling Society to order.
Prayer, Rev. A. W. Lamport.
$80 00 10 60
Appointing Committee on Credentials.
Report of Committee on Arrangements, John H. Oliver, M. D.,
Business requiring immediate attention, upon the suggestion of the
Report of the Secretary, E. S. Elder, M. D.
Report of the Treasurer, C. B. Higgins, M. D.
Report of Committee on Publication, F. M. Ferree, M. D., Chairman.
10:30-The Bowel Troubles of Typhoid Fever, L. S. Henthorne, M. D.
2:10-Is there a Typho-Malarial Fever? S. H. Charlton, M. D. 2:50-Heredity, Mary F. Thomas, M. D.
3:30-Nephritis, Thos. J. Bowles, M. D.
4:20-Report of a case of Paralysis of Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve, G. V. Woolen, M. D.
8:00-President's Address, Practical Thoughts for Physicians, G. W. H. Kemper, M. D.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1887-MORNING.
8:30-Announcement of Committee on Nomination.
8:40—The Present Status of Pneumatic Therapeutics, G. W. McCaskey, A. M., M. D.
9:30 Supravaginal Hysterectomy, Joseph Eastman, M. D.
10:00 Extirpation of the Kidneys, Report of One Case with Remarks, L. H. Dunning, M. D.
10:20-Spinal Concussion, Warren R. King, M. D.
10:45 Concussion of the Brain, with Report of a Case, C. H. Parsons, M. D. 11:20-Hay Fever, its Pathology, Etiology and Treatment, A. J. Boswell, M. D. 11:45 Blood Poisoning, N. Field, M. D.
Cerebral Circulation in the Insane, W. B. Fletcher, M. D.
2:00-Executive Session, and report of Committee on Nominations.
3:00-Urea, C. S. Bond, M. D.
3:30 Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis by Gaseous Enemata, A. Maxwell, M. D.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
J. H. OLIVER, M. D.
D. A. THOMPSON, M. D.
S. E. EARP, M. D.
The Secretary, E. S. Elder, read his report as follows:
INDIANAPOLIS, IND., May 10, 1887.
To the President and Members of the Indiana State Medical Society,
For the seventh time I have the pleasure and honor of making you the Secretary's annual report. At the time of our last meeting I had collected annual dues for the current year from 924 members, received annual reports from 56 county societies. Subsequently I collected dues from 215 additional members and received reports from 11 additional auxiliary societies, mak