Transactions of the ... Session of the American Institute of Homoeopathy, Volume 47

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American Institute of Homoeopathy., 1894 - Homeopathy

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Report on Medical Legislation by F H Orme M D
Appointment of a Member of the Committee on Medical Legislation
Discussion on Medical Education
Notice of Two Amendments to the Constitution
Discussion on the Proposed Amendment to the ByLaws
Subscriptions to the Habnemann Monument Fund
Report of the Committee on Organization Registration and Statistics
Proposed Amendment to ByLaws Negatived
Resolution in Relation to Improvement of HealthOffice Records
Resolution Relating to Homeopathic Chairs in State Universities Adopted
Resolution Recommending a Reorganization of Homeopathic Faculty of Michi
Report of the Treasurer and Auditing Committee
Resolution Relating to Applicants for Membership Presented and Referred
Register of Members in Attendance
Visitors in Attendance
The Danger to Homeopathy by H C Allen M D
And Therapeutics by T C Duncan M D
Spigelia by T H Hudson M D
The Indicated Remedy in Surgical Practice by Howard Crutcher M D
An Introduction to the Study of Natrum Muriaticum by Samuel
The Picture as Seen from Different Standpoints by George Royal M D
Sectional TopicHow to Teach and How to Learn Materia Medica
Report of the Section in Clinical Medicine and Pathology
Scarlet Fever by W H Hanchett M D
Multiple Stethoscope for Teachers of Physical Diagnosis by Thomas
PseudoMembranous LaryngitisIts Medicinal and Mechanical Treat
Know About Hahnemanns Organon by T P Wilson M D
Allopathic and Homæopathic Treatment of Pneumonia by C Wessel

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