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October 5, 1901

Transactions of the Vermont State Medical Society, 1900.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(14):925. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470400049021

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Abstract

The Secretary calls attention to the fact that while 15 or 20 new members are added each year, the total enrolment remains practically the same on account of those who are dropped for non-payment of dues. The membership is given as 219, although how many are back in their dues three years is not stated. There are about 600 regular physicians in the State, hence only about one-third are active members of their State Society. The report of the committee on reorganization is an excellent one and contains recommendations, which, if adopted, can not but be a benefit to the profession of Vermont. In the report of the delegates to examine the graduates of the medical department of Dartmouth College, we are informed that the temperature of that day was 143 degrees below zero—rather cool certainly. The volume contains twelve papers, besides the reports, obituaries, etc.

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