Transactions of the First-fifty-ninth Annual Meeting ... (Google eBook)

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Page 217 - SEC. 3. All vacancies in office shall be filled ad interim by the President. SEC. 4. These By-laws may be suspended by a two-thirds vote at any regular meeting, and they may be repealed or amended by a similar vote, notice of the same having been given in writing at any previous meeting. SEC. 5.
Page 217 - SEC. 1. Any resident member vacating his membership, shall thereby be divested of any right or title to any portion of the funds, or other property of the Society. SEC. 2. Every member, on admission, shall pay the sum of...
Page 216 - SEC. 3. The Committee on Ethics shall hear all complaints of breach of etiquette, or violation of Medical Ethics; it shall decide all questions of Ethics submitted to it. If any member shall be charged, in writing, with any violation of the provisions of the Constitution or...
Page 203 - ... and occasioned grief and vexation in his family. He became wild, excitable, thoughtless, full of schemes and absurd projects. He would set out and make long journeys into distant parts of the country to purchase cattle and farming-stock, of which he had no means of disposing ; he bought a number of carriages, hired an expensive house ready furnished, which had been inhabited by a person much above his rank, and was unsuitable to his condition ; he was irascible and impetuous...
Page 217 - All vacancies of oHice shall be filled ad interim * . * .by the President. SEC. 4. These By-Laws may be suspended by a threefourths vote at any regular meeting, and they may be repealed or amended by a similar vote, notice of the same having been given in writing at a previous meeting.
Page 216 - SEC. 3. The Committee on Finance shall superintend the monetary affairs of the Society, inspect and audit all bills and the accounts of the Treasurer, and make such an assessment, by a pro rata tax upon the resident members, as may be necessary for the incidental expenses, which, however, shall not exceed the sum of two dollars per annum.
Page 213 - Third—The cultivation and advancement of medical science and literature, and the elevation of the standard of professional education.
Page 215 - By-Laws, see that all members of committees and officers perform their respective duties, appoint all committees not otherwise provided for, give the casting vote only, sign Diplomas and all other official documents requiring his signature, and perform such other duties as appertain to his office by usage and custom.
Page 203 - IK, a farmer, several of whose relatives had been the subjects of mental derangement, was a man of sober and domestic habits, and frugal and steady in his conduct, until about his forty-fifth year, when his disposition appeared to have become suddenly changed in a manner which excited the surprise of his friends and neighbors, and occasioned grief and vexation in his family.
Page 218 - Said corporation may have and use a common seal, and alter the same at pleasure, shall have power...

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