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June 23, 1900

Medical News.

JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(25):1639-1642. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460250051019

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ILLINOIS. 

Chicago.  At the commencement exercises of the Northwestern University, held June 14, the degree in medicine was conferred on eighty-three men and twenty-one women from the Woman's Medical School. Dr. Cyrus Northrup, president of the University of Minnesota, delivered the commencement address.

ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION.  The Chicago Medical Society held its forty-eighth annual meeting on June 20. Dr. Maurice H. Richardson, Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Boston, delivered the address upon the subject of "Surgery of the Gail-Bladder." After the president's address, on "Physiology ami Pathology of Pregnancy and Hints on the Management of Labor," and the reports of the officers and committees, the annual election took place, with the following result: president, James H. Stowell; first vice-president, Alexander H. Ferguson; second vice-president, Adolph Gehrmann; secretary S. C. Plummer, Jr. ; treasurer, Robert H. Harvey ; trustees, Wm. H. Wilder, for the Ophthalmologieal Society; John Ridlon, for

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