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James Coolidge, William Dwight, William Eddy, James Emerson, James B. Everett, Artemas Ira Fenn, W. K. Fletcher,
William Caldwell Flowers,
Silas P. Holbrook,
George Edwin Pinkham,
Jonathan Chamberlain Shattuck,
Joseph Brown Reynolds,
Chelsea, U. S. M. H.
The Secretary announced the following Delegates from
other Societies, who were present at this meeting.
From the New Jersey Medical Society.
Drs. William Elmer,
R. F. Chabert,
T. R. Varick,
From the New York Medical Society.
Drs. Alden March, .
S. D. Willard,
J. V. P. Quackenbush,
James R. Wood,
Lewis A. Sayre,
Isaac E. Taylor,
Wm. P. Seymour,
From the Connecticut Medical Society.
The Chair appointed the following Delegates to attend the Annual Meetings of different State Societies.
On motion of Dr. Wakefield, of Reading, it was
Voted, "That the Resolve of the Councillors, of February 4th, 1863, instructing the Censors at Large respecting the admission of candidates from other Districts than Suffolk, be adopted by the Society."
Dr. H. R. Storer, of Boston, read a paper on "The Employment of Anaesthetics in Obstetric Medicine and Surgery;" which was referred to the Committee on Publications.
Dr. Swinburne, of Albany, N. Y., presented a paper on the subject of the Ambulance Service, for the consideration of the Society; which was referred to the Councillors.
At 12 o'clock, M., Dr. Morrill Wyman, of Cambridge, pronounced the Annual Discourse.
On motion of Dr. Babbit, of North Adams, the thanks of the Society were tendered to Dr. Wyman for his exceedingly able, instructive and interesting address.
The Society adjourned at 1 o'clock, P.M.
At 21 o'clock, P.M., the Society partook of a most elegant and bountiful dinner, by invitation of the citizens of Pittsfield, at which Dr. H. H. Childs, of Pittsfield, presided, as Anniversary Chairman.
Before the Fellows separated for their homes, the following Resolution, offered by Dr. William E. Coale, of Boston, was unanimously adopted :
Resolved, "That the thanks of the Massachusetts Medical Society be presented to the Fellows of the Berkshire District Medical Society, to the Physicians, Principal of the Maplewood Young Ladies' Institute, and Citizens of Pittsfield, for their cordial welcome and generous hospitality; which, in connection with the pure air and unsurpassed mountain scenery of this delightful region, have made this one of the most pleasant and interesting of our annual gatherings."
From DISTRICTS. Barnstable,
Massachusetts Medical Society in Account with Augustus A. Gould, Treasurer.
District Treasurers' Commissions, Publications,
Rent, care of Rooms, and Taxes,
AUGUSTUS A. GOULD, Treasurer.
BOSTON, JUNE 15, 1863.
The subscribers have examined the account of Dr. A. A. GOULD, Treasurer of the Massachusetts Medical Society, and find it to be correctly cast and properly vouched.