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September 18, 1897


JAMA. 1897;XXIX(12):604. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440380046016

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Section on Surgery and Anatomy.  —Minutes of the Section on Surgery and Anatomy at the forty-eighth annual meeting of the American Medical Association at Philadelphia, June 1-4, 1897. The Chair appointed as a nominating committee, Drs. DeForest Willard of Philadelphia, H. O. Marcy of Boston, and J. McFadden Gaston of Atlanta. This committee reported as follows: Chairman, Dr. John B. Murphy of Chicago, and Secretary, Dr. William L. Rodman of Louisville. Dr. Murphy having been selected to deliver the "Adress on Surgery" next year, resigned the Chairmanship of this Section and it was moved that the nominations to fill the vacancy should be filled by ballot, Carried. The following were then nominated: Dr. Wm. L. Rodman, Louisville; Dr. H. O. Walker, Detroit, and Dr. W. J. Mayo, Rochester, Minn. After three ballots Dr. Rodman was declared elected. The following nominations were then made for Secretary to succeed Dr. Rodman: Drs.

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