Transactions of the Colorado State Medical Society, Volume 24

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The Society, 1894 - Medicine
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Page 112 - From twenty to forty grains of calomel are sublimated every one, two or three hours, according to the age of the patient and the urgency of the case.
Page 13 - He shall preside, enforce a due observance of the Constitution and 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 ; also...
Page 463 - Andrews reports the following accidents which were reported to him out of 3,304 cases : Deaths, 13 ; embolism of liver, 8 ; sudden and dangerous prostration, 1 ; abscess of liver, 1 ; dangerous hemorrhage, 10 ; permanent impotence, 1 ; stricture of the rectum, 2 ; violent pain, 83 ; carbolic-acid poisoning, 1 ; failure to cure, 19 ; severe inflammation, 10 ; sloughing and other accidents, 35.
Page 16 - 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 15 - SEC. 4. 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 incidental expenses; which, however, shall not exceed the sum of $100 per annum.
Page 17 - Any member wishing to withdraw from the Society shall be permitted to do so on his written request after he shall have presented the Treasurer's receipt for all moneys due. Article VII.
Page 274 - ... heart, whereas the left is only slightly altered. On the other hand, in the acquired endocarditis in children, the left heart is chiefly affected and the apex beat is visible ; the dilatation of the right heart comes late and does not materially change the increased strength of the apex beat. " (3) The entire absence of murmurs at the apex, with their evident presence in the region of the auricles and over the pulmonary orifice, is always an important element in differential diagnosis, and points...
Page 11 - If this committee shall report favorably thereon to the Society, the candidate shall be balloted for, and the approving votes of three-fourths of the members present shall be necessary to his admission.
Page 12 - A member may be expelled from the Association by the vote of two-thirds of the members present at any regular meeting of the Association, upon the written recommendation of the Executive Committee. Rules of Order. XVIII. All rules not provided for in these By-Laws shall be those found in " Roberts
Page 14 - Society for publication, receive the signature and initiation fee of newly elected members, and do such other business as shall be required, or as the Society may from time to time direct, in his department. SEC. 4. The Treasurer shall receive all...

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