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According to a telegram received as we go to press, at a special term of the Supreme Court, held in Rochester, December 9, Judge Davy signed the order consolidating the Medical Society of the State of New York and the New York State Medical Association. This, as we understand it, removes the last technical obstruction to the uniting of the two state bodies. The members of the county societies become members of the district branches and of the state society, and thus the new body contains a membership of over 6,000. As we understand it, the new constitution and by-laws of the old state society become effective immediately, but until the county societies have elected delegates to the house of delegates to the state society the management will be carried on by the state officers and the chairmen of standing committees. Thus the movement that was started nearly four years
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