Transactions of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland, Svazek 106
Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland., 1904
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Strana 93 - shall be to federate and bring into one compact organization the entire medical profession of the State of Maryland, and to unite with similar societies of other States to form the American Medical Association; to extend medical knowledge and advance medical science; to elevate the standard of medical education, and
Strana 104 - session it shall prepare and issue a program announcing the order in which papers, discussions and other business shall be presented. SEC. 3. The Committee on Public Policy and Legislation shall consist of three members and the President and Secretary. Under the direction of the House of Delegates it shall represent the
Strana 102 - shall keep a record of its proceedings. It shall, through its chairman, make an annual report to the House of Delegates. SEC. 2. Each Councilor shall be organizer and Censor for his district. He shall visit the counties in his district at least once a year for the purpose of organizing component societies where none exist.
Strana 97 - shall have a common seal, with power to break, change or renew the same at pleasure. ARTICLE XIV.—AMENDMENTS. The House of Delegates may amend any article of this Constitution by a two-thirds vote of the Delegates present at any Annual Session, provided that such amendment shall have been presented in open meeting at the previous annual
Strana 100 - SEC. 2. The election of officers shall be the first order of business of the House of Delegates after the reading of the minutes on the morning of the last day of the General Session. CHAPTER VI.—DUTIES OF OFFICERS. SECTION 1. The President shall preside at all meetings
Strana 106 - except those of the President and orator, shall occupy more than twenty minutes in its delivery; and no member shall speak longer than five minutes, nor more than once on any subject except by unanimous consent. SEC. 2. All papers read before the
Strana 93 - so that the profession shall become more capable and honorable within itself, and more useful to the public, in the prevention and cure of disease, and in prolonging and adding comfort to life. ARTICLE III.—COMPONENT SOCIETIES.
Strana 102 - together with the bequests and donations. He shall pay money out of the Treasury only on a written order of the President, countersigned by the Secretary; he shall subject his accounts to such examination as the House of Delegates may order, and he shall annually render
Strana 99 - shall be delivered the address of the President and the orations. SEC. 2. The General Meeting may recommend to the House of Delegates the appointment of Committees or Commissions for scientific investigation of special interest and importance to the profession and public. CHAPTER IV.—HOUSE of DELEGATES. SECTION 1. The House of Delegates shall meet at 2