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Drs. C. E. and Carl W. Sawyer, of Marion, Ohio, are now located permanently in their new hospital headquarters, and are better prepared than ever to care for all chronic diseases.

Dr. Byron E. Biggs, who is assistant superintendent at the Ionia, Michigan, State Hospital, informs the editor of the CLINIQUE that there is a vacancy, on the interne staff at that institution, which will pay $1,000 per year, plus board and laundry. Communications should be sent to Dr. Biggs.

Dr. Clifford Mitchell demonstrated a case of Bence Jones body in the urine to the junior and senior classes at Hahnemann on January 3d. A number of physicians were also present, among whom were Drs. Dondanville, J. H. Low, Haseltine, Melendy, Leslie Beebe, and McBean. Mr. Leonard Roblee, of the senior class, assisted.

We are pained to note the sudden death of Dr. Amos C. Hall, of Grand Crossing, Ill. The doctor suffered from a sudden attack of pneumonia, and although he had the best of care, it was impossible to save him. Dr. Hall was a rough diamond, and he had a host of friends in his locality, where he was truly the kind physician of the poor.

As many physicians frequently go south to practice, we append the following relative to the Texas state examination:

The regular semi-annual examination of the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners will be held in Austin, House of Representatives, June 27-29, 1912. All applicants should be present at 9 a. m. on the morning of June 27th. The order of examination cannot be varied from in any respect, and every applicant who desires to be examined must commence the examination on the morning of Tuesday, June 27. No person will be examined on June 27th except those who have made proper application on the blank forms furnished by the State Board of Medical Examiners and have paid fee on or before June 10th. The fees will be returned to those unable to appear for examination, but unless the applicant is prevented by illness from taking the examination he shall forfeit the sum of $2.00 of the fee paid to defray the expenses incurred in arranging for his examination. Applicants are requested to provide themselves with paper 81⁄2 by 11, and envelopes 41⁄2 by 9 inches in size, in which to enclose each paper when finished. The applicant's fee must be sent to the secretary at Fort Worth. The applicant must present his diploma for inspection at the examination, not sending it to the secretary's office. The filing of an application or the taking of an examination does not entitle applicant to practice. The only legal authority being a certificate from the State Board of Medical Examiners, recorded in the district clerk's office of the county of residence.

DIRECTORY OF THE HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETIES OF ILLINOIS.

The Secretaries are requested to send official data promptly to THE CLINIQUE, 22 East Washington St., Chicago.

ILLINOIS HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION holds its annual meeting for 1912 in Chicago, beginning the second Tuesday in May.

President, Dr. W. E. Neiberger, Bloomington, Ill.

Secretary, Dr. A. C. Tenney, Chicago.

Treasurer, Dr. E. C. Sweet, 70 State St., Chicago.

CENTRAL ILLINOIS HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION holds its next annual session at Lincoln, Ill., October 26th, 1911.

President, Dr. J. A. Lindquist, Springfield, Ill.

Secretary, Dr. C. E. West, Lincoln.

EASTERN ILLINOIS HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY meets October 10th, 1911, and April, 1912.

President, Dr. J. J. Rose, Marshall, Ill.

Secretary, Dr. M. H. Whitlock, Charleston, Ill.

ILLINOIS VALLEY HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION meets semi-annually in April and November.

President, Dr. C. H. Long, Pontiac, Ill.

Secretary, Dr. Alfred Houston, Joliet, Ill.

MILITARY TRACT HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY meets in October and May, exact time and place determined at each preceding meeting.

President, Dr. E. N. Nash, Galesburg, Ill.

Secretary, Dr. F. M. Dickinson, Galesburg, Ill.

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY meets quarterly at Rock Island or some adjacent town the third Wednesday in the months of December, March, June and September.

President, Dr. Eli Bradford, 602 18th St., Rock Island.

Secretary, Dr. H. C. Hoefle, 314 Brady Ave,, Davenport, Iowa.

NORTHWESTERN HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY holds semi-annual sessions at Rockford, the second Thursday in April and October.

President, Dr. C. A. Walker, Rockford, Ill.

Secretary, Dr. E. C. Maas, Rockford.

RIVERVIEW HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. October 19, 1911, and April, 1912. President, Dr. F. A. Bartlett, Aurora, Ill.

Secretary, Dr. Harriet B. Ward, Elgin.

ROCK RIVER INSTITUTE OF HOMEOPATHY holds quarterly sessions in the months of January, April, July and October, on the first Thursday of the month.

President, Dr. W. B. Ryder, Clinton, Iowa.

Secretary, Dr. A. W. Blunt, Clinton, Iowa.

CHICAGO HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY meets the third Thursday of each month, October to April.

President, Dr. A. H. Gordon, 858 LaSalle Ave., Chicago.

Secretary, Dr. P. M. Cliver, 3019 Indiana Ave., Chicago

ENGLEWOOD HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY meets second Tuesday of each month at the Englewood Branch Public Library Building, 62nd St. and Normal Ave. President, Dr. Geo. C. Starkey, 420 W. 63d St., Chicago.

Secretary, Dr. Della M. MacMullen, 6635 Wentworth Ave., Chicago.

WEST SIDE BRANCH OF THE CHICAGO HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY meets first Thursday of each month, September to June, at 120 N. Oak Park Ave., Oak Park, Ill. President, Dr. Albert F. Storke, Oak Park.

Secretary, Dr. Clyde S. Brewer, 5609 South Boulevard, Chicago.

REGULAR HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY meets in Chicago Public Library Bldg. the first Tuesday evening of each month except July, August and September. President, Dr. J. B. S. King, 55 State St., Chicago.

Secretary, Dr. E. B. Beckwith, 55 State St., Chicago.

AFTER DINNER CLUB meets for dinner third Thursday of each month, Sept. to May.
President, Dr. Sarah M. Hobson, 700 Marshall Field Bldg.
Secretary, Dr. Agnes V. Fuller, 1665 W. 103d St.

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF HOMEOPATHY.

Next Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pa., June, 1912.
OFFICERS, BUREAU CHAIRMEN AND COMMITTEES.
Officers.

President, Thos. H. Carmichael, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Honorary President, George B. Peck, M. D., Providence, R. I.; First Vice President, Wm. H. Dieffenbach, M. D., New York, N. Y.; Second Vice President, Clara Emerette Gary, M. D., Boston, Mass.; Secretary, J. Richey Horner, M. D., Cleveland, O.; Treasurer, Thos. Franklin Smith, M. D., New York City; Registrar, William O. Forbes, M. D., Hot Springs, Ark.

Board of Trustees.

Thos. H. Carmichael, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; William H. Dieffenbach, M. D., New York, N. Y.; Clara Emerette Gary, M. D., Boston, Mass.; J. Richey Horner, M. D., Cleveland, O.; Thos. Franklin Smith, M. D., New York, N. Y.; William O. Forbes, M. D., Hot Springs, Ark.; Joseph P. Cobb, M. D., Chicago, Ill.; George Royal, M. D., Des Moines, Ia.; Gaius J. Jones, M. D., Cleveland, O.; John P. Sutherland, M. D., Boston, Mass.; E. L. Mann, M. D., St. Paul, Minn.; James W. Ward, M. D., San Francisco, Cal.; J. H. McClelland, M. D., Pittsburgh, Pa.; E. H. Porter, M. D., New York, N. Y.; J. B. Gregg Custis, M. D., Washington, D. C.

Field Secretary, H. R. Arndt, M. D., 659 Rose Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio.

Board of Censors.

Millie J. Chapman, M. D., Springboro, Pa., (one year); W. E. Reily, M. D., Fulton, Mo., (two years); John B. Garrison, M. D., New York, N. Y., (three years); Willard A. Paul, M. D., Boston, Mass., (four years); A. C. Cowperthwaite, M. D., Chicago, Ill., (five years).

Council of Medical Education.

George Royal, M. D., Des Moines, Ia., (one year); W. J. Gates, M. D., Kansas City, Mo., (two years); John P. Sutherland, M. D., Boston, Mass., (three years); H. H. Baxter, M. D., Cleveland, O., (four years); Willis A. Dewey, M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich., (five years).

Chairmen of Bureaux.

Homeopathy, Charles E. Fisher, M. D., Sterling, Col.; Clinical Medicine and Pathology, B. H. Ogden, M. D., St. Paul, Minn.; Materia Medica and General Therapeutics, J. Herbert Moore, M. D., Brookline, Mass.; Paedology, W. W. Van Baun, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Sanitary Science and Public Health, Sarah M. Hobson, M. D., Chicago, Ill.

Committees.

Bureau of Dermatology and Genito-Urinary Diseases, F. H. Dearborn, M. D., New York, N. Y.; Leon T. Ashcraft, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Bukk G. Carleton, M. D., New York, N. Y.; Ralph Bernstein, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Wm. O. Forbes, M. D., Hot Springs, Ark.

Necrologist, Edward Harper, M. D., New Orleans, La.

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Memorial Services, James C. Wood, M. D., Cleveland, O., chairman; W. G. Crump M. D., New York, N. Y.; S. S. Salisbury, M. D., Los Angeles, Cal.

Organization, Registration and Statistician, T. Franklin Smith, M. D., New York, N. Y., chairman; Sollis Runnels, M. D., Indianapolis, Ind.; Lewis P. Crutcher, M. D., Kansas City, Mo.; Oliver S. Haines, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Gardner A. Huntoon, M. D., Des Moines, Ia.

Hahnemann Monument, James H. McClelland, M. D., Pittsburgh, Pa.; Gaius J. Jones, M. D., Cleveland, O.; O. S. Runnels, M. D., Indianapolis, Ind.; J. B. Gregg Custis, M. D., Washington, D. C.; F. H, Orme, M. D., Atlanta, Ga.; Thos. Franklin Smith, M. D., New York, N. Y.

Resolutions, A. B. Norton M. D., New York, N. Y., chairman, (five years); Joseph P. Cobb, M. D., Chicago, Ill., (four years); F. G. Richardson, M. D., Boston, Mass., (three years); M. D. Youngman, M. D., Atlantic City, N. J., (two years); J. A. Campbell, M. D., St. Louis, Mo., (one year).

Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia, J. W. Clapp, M. D., Boston, Mass., chairman; Lewis Sherman, M. D., Milwaukee, Wis.; J. P. Sutherland, M. D., Boston, Mass.; E. M. Howard, M. D., Camden, N. J.; A. C. Tenney, M. D., Chicago, Ill.

Medical Examining Boards and Medical Legislation, Charles A. Groves, M. D., East Orange, N. J., chairman; H. R. Stout, M. D., Jacksonville, Fla.; Joseph C. Guernsey, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Byron E. Miller, M. D., Portland, Ore.; E. B. Hooker, M. D., Hartford, Conn.

Transportation, T. E. Costain, M. D., Chicago, Ill., chairman; C. E. Fisher, M. D., Sterling, Col.; Guy E. Manning, M. D., San Francisco, Cal.; John B. Garrison, M. D., New York, N. Y.; H. D. Baldwin, M. D., Elyria, O.; Carl H. Wintsch, M. D., Newark, N. J..

Press, W. W. Blackman, M. D., Brooklyn, N. Y., chairman; G. Forrest Martin, M. D., Lowell, Mass.; Gilbert FitzPatrick, M. D., Chicago, Ill.; H. F. Staples M. D,, Cleveland, O.; G. Harlan Wells, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.

American Association of Clinical Research, James Krauss, M. D., Boston, Mass., chairman; Claude A. Burrett, M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich.; Sidney Worth, M. D., San Francisco, Cal.; R. A. Adams, M. D., Rochester, N. Y.; Geo. S. Coon, M. D., Louisville, Ky.; Edward Harper, M. D., New Orleans, La.; F. A. Faust, M. D., Colorado Springs, Col.; A. C. Leonard, M. D., Kansas City, Mo.

Trustees of Institute of Drug Proving, J. B. Gregg Custis, M. D., Washington, D. C, chairman; B. F. Bailey, M. D., Lincoln, Neb.; W. A. Dewey, M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich.; Geo. Royal, M. D., Des Moines, Ia.; John P. Sutherland, M. D., Boston, Mass.; J. H. McClelland, M. D., Pittsburgh, Pa.; Edwin H. Wolcott, M. D., Rochester, N. Y. International Bureau of Homeopathy, Geo. B. Peck. M. D., Providence, R. I,, chairman; Richard Haehl, M. D., Stuttgart, Germany; W. K. Bouton, M. D., Melbourne, Australia; John Arschagouni, M. D., Constantinople, Turkey; H. W. Schwartz, M. D., Bendai, Japan; Elliot I. Osgood, M. D., Chuchow China; C. S. Kali, M. D., Calcutta, India; Frederick Gissevius, M. D., Berlin, Germany; Willis C. Hoover, M. D., Iquique, Chili; Wm. S. Morrison, M. D., St. Johns, New Brunswick.

Committee on Conference with American Medical Association, H. D. Schenck, M. D., Brooklyn, N. Y., chairman.

Auditing Committee, C. A. Schulze, M. D., Columbus, O., chairman; R. A. Adams, M. D., Rochester, N. Y.; F. A. Faust, M. D., Colorado Springs, Col.

Committee on National Legislation, James W. Ward, M.D., San Francisco, Cal., chairman; James H. McClelland, M. D., Pittsburgh, Pa.; J. P. Sutherland, M.D., Boston, Mass. Committee on Legal Defense Fund, Clifford Mitchell, M. D. Chicago, Ill., chairman; W. H. Watters, M. D., Boston, Mass.; O. S. Runnels, M. D., Indianapolis, Ind.; W. E. Reily, M. D., Fulton, Mo.; W. B. Winchell, M. D., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Committe on New Members, Field Secretary H. R. Arndt, M. D., in charge; address 659 Rose Bldg., Cleveland, O.

Special Committee on Women Members, Mary E. Hanks, M. D., 27 Bellevue Place, Chicago, Ill., chairman; Eleanor F. Martin, M. D., Fairmount Hotel, San Francisco, Cal.; Mary A. Cook, M. D.. 2113 North 18th St., Philadelphia, Pa.; Ella D, Goff, M. D., Library Place, Diamond St., Pittsburgh, Pa.; Lottie A. Cort, M. D., 89 Division Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Clara E. Gary, M. D., 416 Marlborough Ave., Boston, Mass.; Emma T. Schreiner. M. D., 190 Maplewood Ave., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.

Special Editorial Committee on Homeopathic Handbook, R. S. Copeland, M. D., New York, N. Y., chairman; Chas. E. Fisher, M. D., Sterling Col.; J. C. Wood, M. D., Cleveland, O.

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Committee on Conference with National Educational Association, Benjamin F. Bailey, M. D., Lincoln, Neb., chairman; Augustus Korndoerfer, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Alfred W. Baily, M. D., Atlantic City, N. J.

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