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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~ r (U rd to changin osephA b" ldt and Al beit ' tter, Secretary hip good or 5Uflic. plicants is not tuested to cor member of the of the Society is composed of in, Charles }. rown. uis, Mo., 1917. E YE BUc)IEiJ]kK OF THE S.) I ST. LOUIS MEDICAL SOCIETY u.!"s Vol. 13. No. 16. APRIL 17, 1919 $1.00 per Annum Entered as second class matter October 4, 1907, at the Post Office at St. Louis, Mo., under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879 v Meeting of the General Society BARTSCHER AUDITORIUM 3523 PINE STREET Meeting convenes at 8:30 p. m. Scientific Program at 8:45 p. m. Win. Engelbach, Pres. Albert F. Koetter, Secy. Change of Meeting Night All members of the St. Louis Medical Society have received a post-card requesting their vote on the change in the By-Laws with reference to the meeting night. The change from Saturday to Tuesday night seems desirable because of the fact that so many other diversions occur on Saturday night. While attempts have been made in former years to change the meeting night, there has never been such a decided effort to do so as at the present time. Whatever your choice may be get your vote in as early as possible so that we may have the opinion of the whole Society in this matter. Saturday, April 19, 1919 Complications and Sequelae of the Recent In fluenza Epidemic, not including Pneumonia. Chest Conditions............Dr. Walter Baumgarten Abdominal Conditions......................Dr. L. Sale Nervous System...........Dr. Frank R. Fry Ear, Nose and Throat.......Dr. W. E. Sauer Eye.......................................Dr. W. H. Luedde Genito-Urinary System...............Dr. C. E. Burford Surgical Complications............Dr. J. McH. Dean -o 0 (U.0 0 CO (U 0. 0 a) ii 0 (U C 0 a) E a) Bell: Lindell 815 Kinloch: Central 6837 Report of the Library Committee April 9, 1919. To the Council of the St. Louis Medical Society. Gentlemen: The volumes catalogued and added to the library shelves during the month of March total 117; 80 of this number being books and 37 bound volumes of journals. Gifts were received from Doctors J. J. Link, H. Soper, H. M. Whelpley, Anthony Bassler, Jerome E, Cook, Nathaniel B. Potter, Robert E. Schlueter, Emil Simon, C. W. Tooker, Greenfield Sluder, John J. Miller, Cleveland Medical Library Association, Presbyterian Hospital, N. Y., Library of the Medical Society of the County of Kings and the Missouri State Medical Association. lae of the Re Pneumonia.' Resolution in.T. Burrows heir Clinica s. H. Neilson Members Discharged From Service-Contd. Barnes, F. M. Jr..................910 University Club Bldg. Boehm, Emil...........................715 N. Eighth St. Lyman, Harry W.......................700 Carleton Bldg. ourig, H. McClure.............. 622 University Club Bldg.

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