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" That this Association, in 1870, declared, by an almost equally emphatic vote, that a medical society constituted in part of members who are not licensed to practice in accordance with the civil law governing the practice of medicine in the State or district... "
Personal Reminiscences and Recollections of Forty-six Years' Membership in ... - Page 276
by Samuel Clagett Busey - 1895 - 373 pages
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The Medical News, Volumes 29-30

Medicine - 1871
...and from hospitals in which women, graduates in medicine, attend. Second, that this Association, in 1870, declared, by an almost equally emphatic vote, that a medical society constituted in part by members who were not licensed tc practise in accordance with the civil law governing such cases...
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Transactions, Volume 23

American Medical Association - Electronic journals - 1872
...Association, at its meeting in San Francisco, May, 1871, by the emphatic vote of 83 to 26, refused to so amend the constitution as to admit delegates from...constituted in part of members who are not licensed to practise in accordance with the civil law governing the practice of medicine in the State or district...
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Medical Record, Volume 7

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman - Medicine - 1872
...and from hospitals, in which women graduates in medicine, attend. Second. That this Association, in 1870, declared, by an almost equally emphatic vote, that a medical society constituted in part by members who were not licensed to practice in accordance with the civil law governing such cases...
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The Medical Herald, Volume 6

1873
...medicine, and from hospitals in which women, graduates in medicine, attend. 2. That this Association, in 1870, declared, by an almost equally emphatic vote,...That, sections 3, 4, and 5, of the Act of Congress, passed July, 1838, incorporating the Medical Society of the District of Columbia, and which has been...
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The Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal, Volume 13

Medicine - 1872
...and from hospitals in which women, graduates in medicine, attend. Second, that this Association, in 1870, declared, by an almost equally emphatic vote, that a medical society, constituted in part by members who were not licensed to practice in accordance with the civil law governing such cases...
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Transactions, Volume 23

American Medical Association - Electronic journals - 1872
...Association, at its meeting in San Francisco, May, 1871, by the emphatic vote of 83 to 26, refused to so amend the constitution as to admit delegates from...constituted in part of members who are not licensed to practise in accordance with the civil law governing the practice of medicine in the State or district...
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Michigan University Medical Journal, Volume 3

Medicine - 1872
...and from Hospitals in which women, graduates in medicine attend. Second, that this association, in 1870, declared, by an almost equally emphatic vote,...not entitled to representation in this association. Third, that sections 3, 4 and 3 of the act of Congress, passed July 1(<38, incorporating the medical...
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The Medical Times and Register, Volume 2

Medicine - 1872
...and from hospitals in which women, graduates in medi cine, attend. Second, that this Association, in 1870, declared, by an almost equally emphatic vote, that a medical society constituted in part by members who were not licensed to practise in accordance with the civil law governing such cases...
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