Transactions of the Indiana State Medical Society, Bind 38

Cameron & M'Neely, 1887
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Side 212 - THE PRESIDENT. — We will now hear the report of the Committee on Resolutions, Dr.
Side 219 - ... for cultivating and advancing medical knowledge; for elevating the standard of medical education; for promoting the usefulness, honor, and interests of the medical profession; for enlightening and directing public opinion in regard to the duties> responsibilities, and requirements of medical men ; for exciting and encouraging emulation and concert of action in the profession, and for facilitating and fostering friendly intercourse between those who are engaged in it...
Side 220 - Each local society shall have the privilege of sending to the Association one delegate for every ten of its regular resident members, and one for every additional fraction of more than half this number. " The Faculty of every regularly constituted Medical College or chartered school of medicine, shall have the privilege of sending two delegates. The professional staff...
Side 155 - PREGNANCY 455 there be a large single cyst, tapping will afford immediate relief to distension at a very slight risk to the mother, and lead to the natural termination of pregnancy in the birth of a living child, if proper precautions be taken to prevent the escape of ovarian fluid into the peritoneal cavity, and the entrance of air into this cavity, and into the cavity of the cyst.
Side 220 - The vice-president shall assist the president in the performance of his duties, and, in his absence, preside over the meetings.
Side 100 - Functional derangements of the digestive, circulatory and nervous systems manifest themselves in the form of headache, confusion of ideas, loss of memory, impaired power of attention, lassitude, indisposition to muscular effort, nausea, want of appetite, dyspepsia, palpitation, tremulousness, disturbed sleep, impaired vision, etc., any one of which materially lessens the capacity for study and application, and most of which are daily subjects of complaint to the medical...
Side 225 - Sec. 3. The deliberations of this Association shall be governed by parliamentary usage as contained in Roberts' Rules of Order, when not in conflict with this Constitution and By-Laws.
Side 8 - ... alleviating pain and other symptoms, and by soothing mental anguish. To decline attendance, under such circumstances, would be sacrificing to fanciful delicacy, and mistaken liberality, that moral duty, which is independent of, and far superior to, all pecuniary consideration. 6. Consultations should be promoted in difficult or protracted cases, as they give rise to confidence, energy, and more enlarged views in practice.
Side 221 - ... rooms and accommodations for the meeting, and in all matters, not otherwise provided for, superintend and protect the general interests of the Society. SEC. 2. The Committee on Credentials shall examine and report upon the validity of the credentials of the delegates from the county societies. SEC. 3. The Committee on Finance shall superintend the monetary affairs of the Society, inspect and audit all bills and the accounts of the Treasurer, and recommend the assessment of such pro rata tax upon...
Side 220 - All officers elect shall enter upon the duties of their respective offices immediately on the final adjournment of each annual session of the Society. ARTICLE VI. DUTIES OF OFFICERS. SECTION 1. The President shall preside over the meetings, preserve order, call meetings, when in his judgment the interest of the profession may require it, and perform such other duties as custom and parliamentary usage may require.

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