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August 7, 1897

SOCIETY NEWS.

JAMA. 1897;XXIX(6):297. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440320041022

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Central District Medical Association of Iowa.  —At the annual meeting of the Central District Medical Association of Iowa, held at Boone, Iowa, June 15, 1897, the following resolutions were adopted and ordered printed and a copy furnished each member of the society: Whereas, Complaints of various characters and kinds have been made to the Committee of Ethics and the Board of Censors, therefore be it hereby Resolved, That it shall be deemed cause of expulsion or bar to admission for any member of this society either directly or indirectly to consult or hold counsel with any irregular practitioner of medicine. G. H. Stanger, Secretary. Boone, Iowa, July 1, 1897.

Rocky Mountain Doctors.  —Delegates from the inter-mountain States and Territories organized the Rocky Mountain Interstate Medical Association at Salt Lake City, July 24. The officers chosen were: C. P. Hough of Salt Lake, president; C. K. Cole of Helena, vice-president; Clayton

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