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OFFICERS, 1909. President.....
CHARLES P. PUTNAM, M.D. First Vice-President.
... Isaac A. Abt, M.D. Second Vice-President.
.THOMAS S. SOUTHWORTH, M.D. Secretary...
. SAMUEL S. Adams, M.D. Treasurer...
.J. Park West, M.D.* Recorder and Editor..
.L. E. LA FÉTRA, M.D.
F. S. CHURCHILL, M.D., Chairman.
GEORGE N. ACKER, M.D.
ALFRED HAND, JR., M.D.
.4326, Vincennes Avenue, Chicago .913, Sixteenth Street, Washington
.1, Dupont Circle, Washington
...228, Bloor Street, Toronto
. 236, Mountain Street, Montreal .208, West Monument Street, Baltimore ...126, West Fifty-eighth St., New York
...346, Marlborough Street, Boston
. 753, Madison Avenue, New York .68, West Fifty-first Street, New York 51, West Fifty-first Street, New York
.439, North State Street, Chicago
1485, Jackson Boulevard, Chicago .113, West Ninety-fifth Street, New York 124, West Eighty-first Street, New York
.220, Marlborough Street, Boston 131, N. Highland Avenue, E. E., Pittsburgh : 346, South Sixteenth Street, Philadelphia
. 1927, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia .Fourth and Sycamore Streets, Cincinnati . 205, West Fifty-seventh Street, New York
.1713, Spruce Street, Philadelphia
Abt, Isaac A., M.D.....
GRIFFITH, J. P. CROZER, M.D.....
.1810, Spruce Street, Philadelphia 1822, Spruce Street, Philadelphia
.1724, Pine Street, Philadelphia 14, West Fifty-fifth Street, New York .49, East Fifty-third Street, New York .209, East Seventeenth Street, New York .19, East Forty-seventh Street, New York
.457, Jefferson Avenue, Detroit 132, West Eighty-first Street, New York
.804, Cathedral Street, Baltimore .692, Madison Avenue, New York
. . 295, Beacon Street, Boston ..110, East Sixty-second Street, New York : 746, Massachusetts Avenue, Boston
· 33, Durocher Street, Montreal 400, West End Avenue, New York .1700, Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J.
70, Bay State Road, Boston . 124, East Sixtieth Street, New York 57, East Seventy-ninth Street, New York
.63, Marlborough Street, Boston
- 323, Broadway, Cincinnati 197, Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
.839, North Eutaw Street, Baltimore 1635, South Grand Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.
198, Washington Avenue, Albany
.476, Franklin Street, Buffalo .807, Madison Avenue, New York .1818, Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia
..76, Marlborough Street, Boston 352, Marlborough Street, Boston 1833, Spruce Street, Philadelphia
-528, Beacon Street, Boston
1709, Spruce Street, Philadelphia .25, West Thirty-seventh Street, New York
DR. JOHN THOMPSON...
.. London, England Manchester, England ..Berlin, Germany
Vienna, Austria ..Oxford, England Berlin, Germany
Paris, France .St. Petersburg, Russia
JOHN A. JEFFRIES, M.D.
Died, March 26, 1892.
Born, March 17, 1856,
Born, April 20, 1852,
Died, November 17, 1893. CHARLES WARRINGTON EARLE, M.D.
J. LEWIS SMITH, M.D.
Died, June 9, 1897.
Died, January 7, 1898.
Born, November 9, 1851,
Died, December 18, 1900.
Died, November 1, 1902.
Born, June 27, 1858.
MINUTES OF THE TWENTIETH ANNUAL MEETING
OF THE AMERICAN PEDIATRIC SOCIETY.
Held at the Water Gap House, Delaware Water Gap, Pa., on
May 25 and 26, 1908.
FIRST SESSION, MAY 25TH, 10 A.M. The meeting was called to order by the President, Dr. C. G. Kerley, who made a brief address of thanks to the Society for the honor of his election as President.
The following members were present: Drs. Isaac A. Abt, Chicago; George N. Acker, Washington; Samuel S. Adams, Washington ; Allen Baines, Toronto; E. M. Buckingham, Boston; Augustus Caillé, New York; Walter Lester Carr, New York; Henry Dwight Chapin, New York; F. S. Churchill, Chicago; A. C. Cotton, Chicago; Floyd M. Crandall, New York; John Dorning, New York; Charles Hunter Dunn, Boston; Percival J. Eaton, Pittsburg; David L. Edsall, Philadelphia ; Charles A. Fife, Philadelphia; Rowland G. Freeman, New York; E. E. Graham, Philadelphia; J. P. Crozer Griffith, Philadelphia; S. McC. Hamill, Philadelphia ; Alfred Hand, Jr., Philadelphia ; L. Emmett Holt, New York; John Howland, New York; A. Jacobi, New York; Charles G. Kerley, New York; J. H. Mason Knox, Baltimore; Henry Koplik, New York; L. E. La Fétra, New York; Frank S. Meara, New York; J. Lovett Morse, Boston ; William P. Northrup, New York; Charles P. Putnam, Boston; Thomas Morgan Rotch, Boston; John Ruhräh, Baltimore; Irving M. Snow, Buffalo; Thos. S. Southworth, New York; A. H. Wentworth, Boston; J. Park West, Bellaire, O.; W. Reynolds Wilson, Philadelphia ; J. E. Winters, New York.
There were present as guests: Drs. Simon Flexner, New York; Frederick H. Bartlett, New York; J. S. Wall and W. W. Wilkinson, of Washington; Frank J. Sladen, Baltimore; Charles A. Gardner, Colorado Springs; O. H. Edwards, Jr., Pittsburg; and Dr. Whiteway, Philadelphia.
Communications of regret at being absent were received from Drs. Booker, of Baltimore, and Jennings, of Detroit.
The minutes of the nineteenth annual meeting were adopted as published in the ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS, and Drs. Freeman and Ruhräh were appointed a committee to audit the report of the treasurer.
The President then invited the members and guests of the Society and their wives to enjoy a mountain drive that afternoon.
The following papers were read:
1. Dr. Simon Flexner, New York: "The Serum Treatment of Epidemic Cerebrospinal Meningitis."
2. Dr. Alfred Hand, Jr., Philadelphia: "The Diagnostic Value of the Chemical and Bacteriological Examination of Cerebrospinal Fluid."
3. Drs. J. H. Mason Knox, Jr., and Frank J. Sladen, Baltimore: "Hydrocephalus of Meningococcus Origin, with Remarks on the Serum Treatment.”
4. Dr. Charles Hunter Dunn, Boston: "The Serum Treatment of Cerebrospinal Meningitis, with a Report of Cases."
5. Dr. F. S. Churchill, Chicago: "The Serum Treatment of Epidemic Cerebrospinal Meningitis (10 Cases).”
6. Dr. Henry Koplik, New York: "Other Methods of Treatment Compared to the Serum Treatment of Cerebrospinal Meningitis, with a Résumé of Cases of Both Methods of Treatment."
These papers were discussed by Drs. Holt, Rotch, Sladen (guest), Jacobi, Morse, Freeman, Wilkinson (guest), Adams, Kerley; and in closing by Drs. Knox, Dunn, Koplik and Flexner.
7. Drs. J. P. Crozer Griffith and R. L. Lavenson, Philadelphia: "Congenital Obliteration of the Esophagus, with the Report of a Case."
8. Dr. Samuel S. Adams, Washington : "Spasmodic Stricture of the Esophagus in an Infant Aged Four Months."
These two papers were discussed by Drs. Caillé, Putnam, Rotch, Jacobi, and, in closing, by Dr. Adams.
9. Dr. Alfred Hand, Jr., Philadelphia: "Exhibition of a Heart with Congenital Defect of the Ventricular Septum, and