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The Harlem Medical Association of New York City held its annual election on June 13, which resulted as follows: President, Philip A. Malleson; vice-president, Henry W. Mooney; secretary, Joseph E. Lumbard; treasurer, Charles A. Clinton; and trustees, David Franklin, Samuel E. Gibbs and Henry J. Wolf.
The Delaware State Medical Society held its 109th annual session in Wilmington, June 14. The following officers were elected: President, B. L. Lewis, Harrington; first vice-president, O. D. Robinson, Georgetown; second vice-president, William H. Hancker, Farnhurst; permanent secretary, Frank Belville, Delaware City; assistant secretary, John Palmer, Jr., Wilmington; treasurer, William C. Pierce, Wilmington: councilors, Francis L. Springer, James H. Wilson, Hiram R. Burton; medical examiners, James H. Wilson, H. R. Burton, J. A. Ellegood, P. W. Tomlinson, D. L. Mustard, Willard Springer, J. T. Massey, L. A. H. Bishop, O. D. Robinson and E. S. Dwight. The next meeting will be held in Wilmington.
SOCIETY NEWS. JAMA. 1898;XXX(26):1533. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02440780047015
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