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Medical Society of West Virginia.
—The 29th annual meeting will be held at Wheeling, June 10, 11 and 12, 1896. Officers: President, J. A. Campbell, Wheeling; Vice-Presidents, Harriet B. Jones, Wheeling; B. M. Smith, Davis; V. T. Churchman, Charleston; J. H. Kelley, Parkersburg; Secretary, G. A. Aschman, Wheeling; Treasurer, J. W. Johnston, Davis.Papers to be read: " An Interesting Case," by Thomas A. Harris, Parkersburg; "Whooping cough Pneumonia—its Etiology, Symptoms, Prognosis and Treatment," by W. W. Golden Elkins; " The Evolution of the New Physician," by C. F. Ulrich, Wheeling; " Should not Legislative Enactments Authorize the Revoking of the State Medical License," by J. C. Irons, Elkins; " Gunshot Wound of the Brain—Operation, Recovery," by H. Yokum, Beverly, and W. W. Golden, Elkins; " The Wheeling Smallpox of 1895—its Lessons," by S. L Jepson, Wheeling; "Nature's Antiseptics," by J. Schwinn, Wheeling; " The Present Status of Gastrostomy," by F. J. L. Hupp, Wheeling; " Hysterical
SOCIETY NEWS. JAMA. 1896;XXVI(23):1143. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430750045023
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