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HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT.

The Fifty-Second Annual Commencement Exercises of Hahnemann Medical College will be held on the afternoon of Thursday, May 23, 1912, at the Ziegfeld Theater, at 2:30 p. m. Dr. A. R. Taylor, of the James Milliken University, will be the speaker.

THE LIVING ALUMNI ENDOWMENT FUND

April 1-Amount reported in April CLINIQUE....$65101.00

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The Committee also present herewith the amount of subscriptions by states, hoping that this will encourage those outside of Illinois to greater efforts. It should be a matter of satisfaction to the Alumni scattered all over the country to know that the state of Illinois believes in this subscription to the extent that it is willing to subscribe over $50,000 on the first call for this Living Alumni Endowment Fund. We have been especially fortunate in having some good co-workers in Kentucky, Drs. O. L. Smith and Coon. The committee also wish to express their appreciation of the services which Dr. Pennoyer and Dr. Ripley, president of the Alumni Association have given us in Wisconsin.

Letters are being received from time to time from different Alumni showing that there is not yet a thorough appreciation of the purpose under which this fund is being raised. There still seems to be in the mind of some of the Alumni a feeling that the fund is for the support of the hospital and it may not be amiss to repeat at this time the fact that the hospital is being well taken care of by its friends among the laity, that the trustees propose to build within a short time a new, modern, up-to-date hospital on the best site for the same in the city, that the land for this purpose has been bought and paid for on 33rd Street Boulevard; that it is the desire of the Alumni Association and the profession that when the hospital moves the college shall move too and be provided with a new, modern, up-to-date building. If the endowment fund is brought up to $100,000 ensuring the additional income necessary for the maintenance of the college work, there will be no question about the wisdom of building the same. If we expect the trustees to take the responsibility of building a new modern building such as we would all like

to see and such as is necessary for the proper maintenance of the school we must give them the assurance that the profession believes that the outlay is wise. Our best method of giving this assurance is in paying towards the support of such an institution the sum of $6,000 annually and that is what this Alumni fund will do. It means, $6.00, $12.00, $30.00 or $60.00 a year to you for as many years as you feel like doing it. It means permanency for our Alma Mater and the respect of the educational work. Let us hear from you now.

To those who have already subscribed, I wish to say that the Committee will appreciate most heartily your cooperation, and trust that you will use every effort to call the attention of your friends, neighbors and associates to this opportunity.

JAS. P. COBB,

A. H. GORDON,
Special Committee.

HAHNEMANN COLLEGE ENDOWMENT FUND.

The following letter explains itself:

DR. H. V. HALBERT:

Dear Doctor:-Enclosed please find additions to previous list of March 2d of those who have paid their later installment to the Living Alumni Endowment Fund. These installments being quarterly, semi-annually, and annually make the monthly reports irregular, but expect a goodly number for July, as many fall due on the first of that month.

On a separate list I wish to report a complete list of paid-up memberships in the Hahnemann Alumni Association.

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Halbert, H. V.

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Hunter, E. L.

Proxmire, T. S. . . . Dillon, J. G.

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Cobb, J. P.
Costain, T. E.
Cushing, G. M.
Davis, D. L.
Dillon, J. G.
Drake, J. C. M.
Dunn, M. M.
Eaton, S. L.
Edens, George
Graves, R. E.
George, E. J.
Genius, R. M.
Gordon. A. H.
Gorham, G. E.
Gruber, Carl
Guy, John
Halbert, H. V.
Haley, Wm. F.
Hall, D. S.
Harder, Gertrude
Hedges, W. V.
Hedges, S. D.
Hewitt, H. S.

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PAID ALUMNI DUES.

Honberger, F. H.
Hopkins, M. E.
Hunt, Marie L.
Jacobs, E. M.

Jolley, L. B.
Just, A. A.

Kahlke, Chas. E.
Kleinhans, J. B.
Langstaff, H. W.
Latham, A. P.
Laras, Chas. H.
Lawrence, W. D.
Lewis, Joseph
Lowenthal, Louis
Marx, Zero
McBurney, B. A.
McCandless.

McDonald, A. R.

Mitchell, C.
Miessler, F. O.
Pursell, J. P.
Reinninger, E. E.
Ruggles, W. G.
Schneider, S. N.
Shaffer, H. A.
Smith, A. E.
Smith, O. L.
Sowers, A. B.
Starr, Nathan
Strong, E. D.
Tenney, A. C.
Thompson, L. M.
Trowbridge, Wm. M.

Truitt, W. J.
Turbin, L. M.
Twiner, J. D.
Ward, Harriet B.

Ward, D. W.
Webster, J. T.
Welch, W. B.

Winans, T. H.
Winnard, W. L.

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THE COUNCIL COMMISSION ON MEDICAL EDUCATION.

The Commission on Medical Education appointed by the Chicago Medical Society, on which eight homeopaths are serving has adopted the following schedule as a basis for the examination of medical colleges:

College-Subject-Examiner-Date of Examination.

1. TEACHING EFFICIENCY OF DEPARTMENT.-A. Staff: 1. Emeritus Professors, number of; 2. Full professors, number of; 3. Associate professors, number of; 4. Assistant professors, number of; 5. Adjunct professors, number of; 6. Clinical professors, number of; 7. Instructors, number of; 8. Assistants, number of; 9. Demonstrators, number of.

A. Staff.-Head of Department. (a) Name of. (b) Title.

(a) Qualifications. (1) Degrees. (2) Natural aptitude for teaching. (3) Pedagogic qualifications for teaching. (4) Length of service: In this institution. In other institutions. (5) Hospital affiliations. (6) Scientific and medical society affiliations. (7) Publications and research.

(b) Time devoted to teaching. (1) Full-how spent. (2) Part— how spent.

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C. Hours. 1st yr., 2d yr., 3d yr., 4th yr., 5th yr. 1. No. of required. 2. No. of elective offered. 3. No. of elective taken.

D. Arrangement of Work. 1. Lectures. 2. Quizzes. 3. Conferences. 4. Laboratory. 5. Practical courses. 6. Clinics. (a) College. (b) Dispensary. (c) Extramural. (d) Bedside. 7. Examinations. 8. Research. (a) Work offered. (b) Work taken.

III. EQUIPMENT.

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A. Floor space. No. of sq. feet. 1. Lecture and Quiz Rooms. Clinc Rooms. 3. Dispensary. 4. Laboratory. 5. Animal Rooms. 6. Cold Storage Room. 7. Dark Room. 8. Morgue.

B. Material. 1. Apparatus. 2. Lights. 3. Instruments. 4. Surgical dressing. 5. Medicines and drugs. 6. Chemicals. 7. Cada8. Skeletons and bones. 10. Charts and plates. 9. Animals.

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