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March 14, 1896


JAMA. 1896;XXVI(11):540-541. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430630042014

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The Tippecanoe County (Ind.) Medical Society at its last meeting elected the following officers: President,Dr. R.S.Tea; Vice-President, Dr. B. Wetherill; Secretary, Dr. Geo. F. Keiper; Treasurer, Dr. Geo. F. Beasley; Censors, Drs. G. K. Throckmorton, W. R. Moffit, E. C. Davidson. The laboratories of Purdue University are thrown open to the profession. In the last six weeks Dr. Bitting, of the University, has lectures on experiments with tuberculin on cattle, and Professor Burrage, the sanitarian, on typhoid fever. On March 16, Professor Duff will demonstrate the cathode rays to the society. The society is enjoying a prosperous year. Meetings on the first and third Mondays.

New York State Medical Association.  —The following letter has been issued:Troy, N. Y., Feb. 29, 1896.

Dear Doctor:  —The Twelfth Volume of our Transactions is nearly completed, and will be distributed in the near future. It is fully equal to any of its predecessors.

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