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Strana 44 - In hearing appeals the Council may admit oral or written evidence as in its judgment will best and most fairly present the facts, but in case of every appeal, both as a Board and as individ•ual Councilors, in district and county work, efforts at conciliation and compromise shall precede all such hearings.
Strana 540 - No address or paper before the Association, except those of the president and orators, 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.
Strana 537 - Arrangement, and such other committees as may be necessary. Such committees shall be elected by the House of Delegates, unless otherwise provided. SEC. 2. The Committee on Scientific Work shall consist of three members, of which the Secretary shall be...
Strana 534 - ... shall perform such other duties as custom and parliamentary usage may require. He shall be the real head of the profession of the State during his term of office, and, as far as practicable, shall visit, by appointment, the various sections of the State and assist the Councilors in building up the county societies, and in making their work more practical and useful. SEC. 2. The Vice-Presidents shall assist the President in the discharge of his duties.
Strana 305 - Epileptics, in honor of the late Oscar Craig, of Rochester, New York, whose efficient and gratuitous public services in behalf of epileptics and other dependent unfortunates, the state desires to commemorate.
Strana 530 - Funds may be appropriated by the House of Delegates to defray the expenses of the annual sessions, for publication, and for such other purposes as will promote the welfare of the Association and profession.
Strana 44 - SEC. 9. A physician living on or near a county line may hold his membership in that county most convenient for him to attend, on permission of the society in whose jurisdiction he resides. SEC.
Strana 19 - ... to enlighten and direct public opinion in regard to the great problems of State medicine, 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.
Strana 43 - Sec. 4. Only one component medical society shall be chartered in any county. Where more than one county society exists, friendly overtures and concessions shall be made, with the aid of the Councilor for the District, if necessary, and all of the members brought into one organization. In case of failure to unite, an appeal may be made to the Council, which shall decide what action shall be taken. Sec.