We learn through a correspondent in Albany, N. Y., that at the annual meeting of the old Medical Society of the State of New York, the friends of the National Code of Ethics and of the maintenance of harmonious relations with the National Association and the social organizations of other States, were not numerous enough to reverse the action of the Society taken at the two preceding annual meetings.
They consequently withdrew in a body, and proceeded to organize a new State Medical Society, which is to hold its first regular annual meeting in New York City in November next. A new County Medical Association was organized in New York county two or three weeks since. The work of reorganizing thus begun will doubtless go on until the great mass of the profession in that State are again represented in the National Association, and are placed in harmony with the
A New State Medical Society in New York. JAMA. 1884;II(7):189. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390320021004
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