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March 22, 1884

MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.

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JAMA. 1884;II(12):331-332. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.04360010023009

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Abstract

Editor Journal American Medical Association:  The fourth annual Commencement of the Michigan College of Medicine was held at Whitney's Opera-House, March 3, when 27 young gentlemen received the degree of Doctor of Medicine. The address was given by the Rt. Rev. S. S. Harris, Bishop of Michigan. He explained to the audience the duties and nature of the physician; demonstrated the virtues of the Hippocratic oath and told the large audience that they had also a duty to perform not only to their personal medical adviser, but to the profession at large, and above all, that they should always pay their bills promptly. The degrees were conferred by the Hon Sydney S. Miller, President of the Board of Trustees. The address to the graduates was given by Prof. Gastin, who, after reciting the education they had received, closed with practical advice for their future government.The music for the occasion

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