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Cleveland, Ohio, June 5, 1883.
The Judicial Council met in the private office of Dr. X. C. Scott at 10 o'clock A.M. in accordance with the adjournment of last year.
Present—Doctors J. S. Billings, J. M. Brown, Wm. Brodie, N. S. Davis, N. C. Husted, Wm. Lee, D. A. Linthicum, J. C. Reeves, M. Sexton, A. B. Sloan, X. C. Scott, J. M. Toner, J. H. Warren, J. K. Bartlett.
The first business in order, election of officers for the year, resulted in the choice of N. S. Davis, President; J. K. Bartlett, Secretary.
No papers having been referred, and there being no unfinished business from last year, the Council then adjourned, to meet the next morning at nine o’clock.
Wednesday, June 6.—Council convened at 9 A.M. Papers from several State and local Medical Societies which had been referred, and which reaffirmed adherence to the Code of Ethics, were read,
MINUTES OF THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL SOCIETY.. JAMA. 1883;I(2):50–51. doi:10.1001/jama.1883.02390020018001e