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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, 159 North State St., Chicago.
Secretary, Dr. E. B. Beckwith, 159 North State St., Chicago.

AFTER DINNER CLUB meets for dinner third Thursday of each month, Sept. to May
Secretary, Dr. Mary E. Hanks, 700 Marshall Field Bldg.
Treasurer, Dr. Roda Barstow, 3938 No. 42d Ave.

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF HOMEOPATHY.

Next Meeting, Denver, Colo., June, 1913.
OFFICERS, BUREAU CHAIRMEN AND COMMITTEES.
Officers.

President, W. B Hinsdale, M D., Ann Arbor, Mich.; Honorary President, Miles W. Palmer, M. D., New York City; First Vice-President, Henry R. Stout M. D., Jackson ville, Fla.; Second Vice President, Mary E. Hanks, M. D, Chicago, Ill.; Secretary, J. Richey Horner, M. D, Cleveland, Ohio; Treasurer, Thos. Franklin Smith, M. D., New York City; Registrar, William O. Forbes, M. D., Hot Springs, Ark.

Board of Trustees.

W. B. Hinsdale, M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich.; Henry R. Stout, M. D., Jacksonville. Fla.; Mary E. Hanks, M. D., Chicago, Ill.; J. Richey Horner, M. D., Cleveland, Ohio; Thos. Franklin Smith, M. D., New York City; William O. Forbes, M. D., Hot Springs, Ark.; John P. Sutherland, M. D, Boston, Mass.: E L. Mann, M. D., St. Paul, Minn.; James W. Ward, M. D., San Francisco, Cal.; Joseph P. Cobb, M. D., Chicago, Ill.; George Royal, M. D., Des Moines Iowa; Gaius J. Jones, M. D., Cleveland, Ohio; J. H. McClelland, M. D., Pittsburgh, Pa.; Thos. H. Carmichael, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; Arthur B. Norton, M. D., New York City.

Board of Censors.

W. E. Reily, M. D. Fulton, Mo. (One year); John B. Garrison, M. D, New York City (Two years); Willard A. Paul, M. D., Boston, Mass. (Three years); A. C. Cowperthwaite, M. D., Rainer, Oregon (Four years); Millie J. Chapman, M. D., Springboro, Pa (Five years).

Council of Medical Education.

John B. Garrison, M. D., New York City (One Year); John P. Sutherland, M. D., Boston, Mass. (Two years); H. H. Baxter, M. D., Cleveland, Ohio (Three years); Willis A. Dewey, M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich. (Four years); George Royal, M. D., Des Moines, Iowa (Five years).

Chairmen of Bureaux.

Homeopathy John P. Sutherland, M D., Boston, Mass.; Clinical Medicine and Pathology, Alden E. Smith M. D, Freeport, Ill.; Materia Medica and General Therapeutics. Walter E. Nichols, M. D., Pasadena, Cal.; Pedology, Lucy H. Black, M. D. Erie, Pa.; Sanitary Science and Public Health, Scott C. Runnels, M. D., Indianapolis, Ind.; Dermatology, Claude A. Burrett, M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich.

Committees.

Necrologist, Benj. F. Bailey, M. D., Lincoln, Neb.

Memorial Services, chairman, C. E. Sawyer, M. D., Marion, Ohio.

Organization, Registration and Statistics, chairman, Thos. Franklin Smith, M. D., New York City.

Hahnemann Monument, chairman, James H. McClelland, M. D., Pittsburgh, Pa.; Gaius J. Jones, M. D., Cleveland, Ohio; 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 City.

Resolutions, chairman, M. D. Youngman, M. D., Atlantic City, N. J. (One year); F. C. Richardson, M. D., Boston, Mass. (Two years); J. P. Cobb. M. D., Chicago, Ill. (Three years); A. B. Norton, M. D., New York City (Four years); J. A. Campbell, M. D., St. Louis, Mo. (Five years).

Pharmacopoeia, chairman, Thos. H. Carmichael, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; J. W. Clapp, M. D., Boston, Mass; Lewis Sherman, M. D., Milwaukee, Wis.; F. A. Boericke, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.; E. M. Howard, M. D., Camden, N. J.; H. F. Staples, M. D, Cleveland, Ohio.

Medical Examining Boards and Medical Legislation, chairman, D. A. Strickler, M. D., Denver, Colo.; H. R. Stout, M. D., Jacksonville, Fla.; B. E. Miller, M. D., Portland, Oregon; M. C. Sinclair, M. D., Grand Rapids, Mich.

Transportation, chairman, C. E. Fisher, M. D., Sterling, Colo.; T. E. Costain, M. D., Chicago, Ill.; G. Harlan Wells, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.

Press, chairman, W. A. Dewey, M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich.; Burton Haseltine, M. D., Chicago, Ill.; J. W. Mastin, M. D., Denver, Colo.

National Legislation, chairman, James W. Ward, M. D., San Francisco, Cal.; J. H. McClelland, M. D., Pittsburgh, Pa.; John P. Sutherland, M. D., Boston, Mass.; A. C. Tenney, M. D, Chicago, Ill.; H. H. Hawxhurst M. D., Washington, D. C.

Trustees of Institute of Drug Proving, chairman, J. B. Gregg Custis, M. D., Washington, D. C.; B. F. Bailey, M. D., Lincoln, Neb.; W. A. Dewey, M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich.; George Royal, M. D., Des Moines, Iowa; 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, chairman, George B. Peck, M. D., Providence, R. I.

Committee on Conference with Eclectic Medical Association, chairman, H. D. Schenck, M. D., Brooklyn. N. Y.; H. E Bebee, M. D., Sidney, Ohio; J. F. Cobb, M. D., Chicago, Ill.

Auditing Committee, chairman, W. E. Reily, M. D., Fulton, Mo.; I. M. Richards, M. D., Detroit, Mich.; W. E. George, M. D., Indianapolis, Ind.

Special Editorial Committee for Preparation of Homeopathic Handbook, chairman, R. S. Copeland, M. D., New York City; C. E. Fisher, M. D., Sterling, Colo.; James C. Wood, M. D., Cleveland, Ohio.

Delegates to the International Council, Zurich, Switzerland, J. H. McClelland, M. D., Pittsburgh, Pa; R. S. Copeland, M. D, New York City; James W. Ward, M. D., San Francisco, Cal.; J. P. Cobb, M. D., Chicago, Ill.; James C. Wood, M. D., Cleveland, Ohio.

Delegates to the Fourth National Conservation Congress, Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 1, 2, 3. 4. Sollis Runnels, M. D., Indianapolis Ind.; O. S. Runnels, M. D., Indianapolis, Ind.; Wm. E. George, M. D., Indianapolis, Ind.; H. A. Adams, M. D., Indianapolis, Ind.; J. P. Cobb, M. D., Chicago, Ill.

Committee on New Members.

All living ex-Presidents of the Institute, who are as follows: O. S. Runnels, M. D., Indianapolis, Ind.; F. H. Orme, M. D., Atlanta, Ga.; A. C. Cowperthwaite, M. D., Rainier, Oregon; J. D Buck. M. D., Cincinnati, Ohio; J. H. McClelland, M. D., Pittsburgh, Pa.; C. E. Fisher, M. D., Sterling, Colo.; J. B. Gregg Custis, M. D., Washington, D. C; B. F. Bailey, M. D., Lincoln, Neb.; C. E. Walton, M. D., Cincinnati, Ohio; A. B. Norton, M. D., New York City: James C. Wood, M. D., Cleveland, Ohio; J. P. Cobb, M. D., Chicago, Ill.; John P. Sutherland, M. D., Boston Mass.; George Royal, M. D., Des Moines, Iowa; Wm. E Green, M. D., Little Rock, Ark.; E. B. Hooker, M. D., Hartford, Conn.; Royal S. Copeland, M. D., New York City; Wm. D. Foster, M. D., Kansas City, Mo.; James W. Ward, M. D., San Francisco, Cal.; Gaius J. Jones, M. D., Cleveland, Ohio; Thos. H. Carmichael, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.: and in addition to these the following members of the Board of Trustees: W. B. Hinsdale, M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich.; Henry R. Stout, M. D., Jacksonville, Fla.; Mary E. Hanks, M. D., Chicago, Ill.; J. Richey Horner M D., Cleveland Ohio; Thos. Franklin Smith, M. D., New York City; Wm. O. Forbes, M. D., Hot Springs, Ark.; E. L Mann, M. D., St. Paul, Minn

General Chairman of New Membership Committee, Royal S. Copeland, M. D., New York City.

Committee on Permanent Endowment Fund, chairman, Wm. H. Dieffenbach, M. D., New York City.

SURGICAL AND GYNECOLOGICAL SOCIETY.

President, H. C. Aldrich, M. D., Minneapolis, Minn.; First Vice-President, Rebecca R. George, M. D., Indians polis, Ind; Second Vice-President E. R. Bryant, M. D., San Francisco, Cal.; Secretary-Treasurer, J. W. Hassler, M. D., New York City.

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF PHYSICAL THERAPEUTICS.

President, Wm H. Dieffenbach, M. D., New York City; First Vice-President, Anna D. Warner, M D., Wilkinsburg, Pa; Second Vice-President, Edward B. Hooker, M. D., Hartford, Conn.; Secretary, E. P. Mills, M. D., Ogden, Utah; Treasurer, A E. Smith, M. D., Freeport, Ill.

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