Harvard Medical Alumni Association., 1896

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Página 49 - He was never seen to be transported with mirth, or dejected with sadness ; always cheerful but rarely merry, at any sensible rate; seldom heard to break a jest ; and when he did, he would be apt to blush at the levity of it : his gravity was natural, without affectation.
Página 69 - As weakness — strength by no means. How is this That men of science, osteologists* And surgeons, beat some poets in respect For nature — count nought common or unclean, Spend raptures upon perfect specimens Of indurated veins, distorted joints, Or beautiful new cases of curved spine, While we, we are shocked at nature's falling off, We dare to shrink back from her warts and blains, We will not, when she sneezes, look at her, 180 Not even to say 'God bless her'?
Página 9 - Constitution may be amended by a majority vote of all the members of the Association present at the annual meeting, or at any special meeting called for that purpose, notice of such amendment having been given in the call for the meeting.
Página 11 - The objects of this Association shall be to advance the cause of medical education, to promote the interests and increase the usefulness of the Harvard Medical School, and to promote acquaintance and good-fellowship among the members of the Association.
Página 37 - In and after June, 1901, candidates for admission to the medical school must present a degree in arts, literature, philosophy, science, or medicine from a recognized college or scientific school, with the exception of such persons of suitable age and attainments as may be admitted by a special vote of the faculty taken in each case.
Página 61 - The need of a better education in animal pathology is well shown by the work undertaken in this country, by public authority, to restrict, suppress, or eradicate tuberculosis among cattle. Tuberculin produces a temporary fever in all infected animals, whether they be in the earliest stage of the disease or in the most advanced stages. In fact, the not infrequent absence of any lesion after a tuberculin reaction is explained by the statement that the focus or foci could not be detected. There are...
Página 30 - It is furthermore my wish that the income of the fund shall be applied, first, to the payment of the salary of the Fabyan Professor of Comparative Pathology, who shall also be a member of the Medical Faculty, and appointed to office in the same manner as are other professors in that body, and who shall devote his time to the duties of...
Página 57 - Etenim omnes artes, quae ad humanitatem pertinent, habent quoddam commune vinculum ; et, quasi cognatione quadam, inter se continentur.
Página 12 - Massachusetts, on the Tuesday preceding the annual Commencement of Harvard College ; provided, however, that the Council shall have the power to appoint in any year a different time and place for the annual meeting, if deemed expedient. ARTICLE VII. The President or the Council shall have the power to call a special meeting of the Association at any time, provided that at least two weeks' previous notice be given to all members of the Association.
Página 42 - ... the strength requisite for pressing on in the race. To enable the physician to spend himself freely, he must have accumulated a rich fund of knowledge. And in possessing such a treasure the physician enjoys the special privilege of seeing it increase directly in proportion to the lavishness with which it is spent. Activity in the practice of medicine leads to increase in experience, development of judgment, impels us to supply the deficiencies in our knowledge, enables us to follow the progress...

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