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ï~~ ale, Falk, p Shutt, Higb0 CElPTay AN to:EIPTS AND I ~JEEIÂ~LY JB 1LLEGlJR I OF THE CT IS Tic MIEDIC A I EC~rTI2TV 3 1. LJL)JI IVILJk..!-L. 3\JLL41I APRIL 3, 1919 Vol. 13. No. 14. $1.00 Entered as second class matter October 4, 1907, at the Post Office at St. Louis, Mo., under the Act of Congress, M< 1.7.4 7..... o P. icamls is nlo Sied to Cij, ember of the the Society e o Meeting of the General Society BARTSCHER AUDITORIUM 3523 PINE STREET Meeting convenes at 8:30. p. m. Scientific Program at 8:45 p. m. Wm. Engelbach, Pres. Albert F. Koetter, Secy. Saturday, April 5, 1919 X-Ray Therapy.................................Dr. Fred B. Hall Discussion by Dr. A. R. Miller. Occupational Therapy in Civilian Hospitals........................................Dr. G. Canby Robinson Discussion by Dr. Sidney I. Schwab. Dr. Cleveland H. Shutt. Membership of the St. Louis Medical Soci MARCH, 1919 Active Members in Good Standing......... Active Members Delinquent.............. Honor Members...................... Corresponding Members............... Associate Members..................... Honorary Members................... l! \ / j 'U -- ) E per Annum -n CL arch 3, 1879 ( ety -.)......395......471 CU 866...... 113....... 50 3... 3...3d o 0 E )rps Â~ ) s the follow U Medical SerCouncil of a ration of the sident of the 0) ncran civilianr Ithat nearly )hysicians for Bell: Lindell 815 Kinloch: Central 6837 Encouraged by the success of the Therapeutic Meeting, the Program Committee has decided to arrange another meeting of the Society devoted to the subject of Therapeutics. This meeting will be held sometime next fall. Each member who has something of this sort to present is earnestly requested to send in the title at once, while the matter is still fresh in his mind. HORACE W. SOPER, Chairman, Program Committee. Volunteer Medical Service Cc The Council of National Defense authorize ing: Characterizing the work of the Volunteer r vice Corps and the Medical Section of the National Defense as "a very striking demonst American spirit," Dr. Edward P. Davis, Pre Corps, paid tribute to the patriotism of Ame doctors at the final meeting of the Central Gov of the Corps held in Washington March 14, termination of its war time activities April 1. A report submitted at the meeting showed 70,000 applications have been received from p membership in the Corps, of which 56,540 had been red. ceived and coded prior to the signing of the armistice, November 11, 1918. Qualifications of these civilian doc tors, classified and coded on cards, will be placed in the MEETING OF THE COUNCIL, APRIL 9 Library of the Surgeon General of the Army, where they

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