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Ohio Legislative Committee.
Colombus, O., December 3, 1891.Pursuant to call issued by the Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery for a delegated convention of the medical colleges of the State of Ohio, to be held at Columbus, on the date above mentioned, representatives of the following faculties were present, viz.: Starling Medical College, Toledo Medical College, Pulte Medical College, Columbus Medical College, Medical Department of the National Normal University, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbus, Women's Medical College of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery.On motion, Dr. Starling Loving was elected Chairman and Dr. Charles A. L. Reed, Secretary.On motion of Dr. C. E. Walton, representatives of the Physio-Medical Society, of Ohio, were admitted to a vote in the convention.Dr. Charles A. L. Reed presented the following:Resolved, By the Medical Colleges of Ohio in Convention assembled, that the Legislature be and
MISCELLANY. JAMA. 1892;XVIII(1):30. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411050036014
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