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The only money reported as having been received by members of the Board on examinations is Dr. Richardson, $20.00, and Dr. Garrison, $20.00. Total, $40,00, which has been reported to the Auditor as required by law.

Notice was received from the American Public Health Association of the passage of the following resolution :

“As the introduction of contagious diseases into the country through any one port of entry is liable to communicate, not to one port alone, but to the whole country, it would seem that the whole country, through its central representatives in Washington, should have the control and direction of the means of pre. venting the introduction of such diseases; it is asked that the members of Congress be requested to further such legislation."

At a meeting of the State Board of Health, the following resolutions were adopted :

I. That the conference reaffirms the principles contained in the resolutions adopted at Toronto in 1886.

II. That the communicable diseases herainafter mentioned, prevalent in certain areas, or which tend to spread along certain lines of travel, be reported to all State and Provincial boards within said area or along said lines of travel.

III. That in the instance of small pox, cholera and yellow fever, reports be at once forwarded either by mail or telegraph, as the urgency of the case may demand; and further, that in the case of dyphtheria, scarlet fever, typhoid fever, anthrox and glanders, weekly reports, when possible, be supplied, in which shall be, as for as known, the places inflicted and the disease of prevalence.

I would state that neither in the conference of State Boards. nor in the American Public Health Association is this Board represented, because there is no provision for meeting the expense of such representation. The law in fact prohibiting it when such meeting is held outside the State.

In closing this, my final report, I am constrained to thank the gentlemen of the Board for their uniform kindness and courtesy to me personally, for their patience and forbearance with my many shortcomings as their secretary. Respectfully submitted,

T. A. HARRIS.

Dr. Barbee moved that the appointment of Dr. Baker, as sec. retary pro tem., by the president, be confirmed, and that he be allowed the salary of secretary from June the 18th to July the 17th, 1888.

On motion of Dr, Garrison the board proceeded to the election of officers for the ensuing two years. Dr. W. P. Ewing, of Charleston, was elected President by acclamation, and Dr. N. D. Baker, of Martinsburg, was elected Secretary,

On motion of Dr. Late, Dr. B. H. Hoyt was put on the Committee on Revision of By-laws in place of Dr. Harris.

Nominations for county boards of health were confirmed for the following counties, viz: Berkeley, Jackson, McDowell and Wy. oming.

The nomination of Dr. McKeehan for member of the local board of Harrison was confirmed. In the case of the local board of health for Wetzel the Board decided to confirm the nominations of E. P. Haught and John McComas and to reject that of George K. Franks. The secretary of the Board was instructed by the Board to ask the county court of Wetzel to make a new nomination in the place of George K. Franks.

Dr. Wm. M. Late reported $20.00 received for examinations of candidates and paid into the State treasury. J. Putney and J. H. Hare each paid $10.00 preliminary to their examinations. Total, $40.00.

Dr. Barbee offered the following:

Resolved, That this Board feels deeply sensible of and fully ap. preciate the eminent services of its late efficient Secretary, Dr. T. A. Harris, whose connection with the Board has terminated by reason of the term for which he was appointed having expired. By his earnest labors much good has resulted to the State, and the Board relieved from much labor and responsibility.

July 18th Board met pursuant to adjournment, at 9 a. m. Present: Drs. Ewing, McDonald, Late, Garrison, Hoyt and Baker.

On motion of Dr. Garrison, the applications of Dr. Burdish ("the White Pilgrim on Wheels”) for certificate to practice medicine was taken up. The Board after due investigation decided that he was not entitled to a certificate under the law, and instructed the secretary to notify the applicant to that effect.

Dr. Garrison made the following report of work done by the Board in the First Congressional District :

“Since the meeting of the State Board at Martinsburg the proprietor of a 'system of rectal treatment has been arrested in Wheeling for violation of section fourteen of the health laws. He spent one night in the county jail and succeeded in procuring a bondsman for his appearance at court. One man was examined for the licentiate of the Board and passed.

“On the 17th of April being apprised that two 'medical fakes' had made their appearance in the city, I ascertained that they were attempting to practice a specialty, and proposed to go through the town in a hurry. They had a supply of remedies with them and their method was to go from house to house, tak

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ing both sides of the street at once. I at once took the proper steps for their arrest, but before this could be effected they were apprised of their danger and fled.

In regard to procuring registration of two physicians, both graduates, experienced considerable trouble, but it was due to a misunderstanding of the law on their part.

Since I have been a member of this Board there have been collected from itinerants $100.00 in Ohio county, and $50.00 in Wetzel, yet the State Board is not credited with this and the various sums collected in other portions by other members.”

Dr. Garrison read a paper on the condition of Wheeling's water supply," which on motion of Dr. NcDonald was ordered to be printed in the Transactions of the Board.

Reports of Dr. Harris, former Secretary on the condition of the Penitentiary, Hospital for the Insane and Wheeling's water supply read and ordered to be printed.

The Board proceeded to the examination of James Putney and J. H. Hard. The examination of James Putney proving satisfactory, the Board declared him competent to practice medicine and sursery and ordered the Secretary to send him a certificate. The examination of J. H. Hard not being satisfactory he was rejected.

Dr. McDonald offered the following:

Resolved, That the State Board of Health of West Virginia, hereby tender its thanks to our late President, Dr. C. T. Richardson for his courteous and efficient administration during his term of office.

There being no further business the Board adjourned to meet in Charleston in July, 1889, upon the day fixed by the law, or at the call of the President.

LIST OF GRADUATES IN MEDICINE AND SURGERY.

Names.

Address.

College and Dite of Graduation. Allen, Wm B.. ..............

...Morgantown............. University of Virginia, 1849. Ackerman, Gregory ........ Wheeling.......... .......... University of Berne, 1879. Andrews, Robt. ............... Fairview .....................Cincinnati Col. of Medicine & Surgery, 188). Alexander, W R. ............ Parkersburg................ University of New York, 1870. Arbuckle, J E.................. Green Bank ............... ..Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, Balt., 1878. Ayler, J W......... ......Duffields......... Medical College of Virginia, 1864. Amos, Enos X..............

..Fairmont...... ..... ......Jeterson

..Jefferson Medical College, 1872. Adams, B F.................... Grafton............. ... Washington College, Baltimore, 1877. Ayler, J W ................ ..Poca.............

University of Virginia, 1868. Ackley, Geo K........... ........Pomeroy, 0. ..Starling Medical College, 1854. Ackley, Geo B.................Pomeroy, 0. ...Starling Medical College, 1880. Armitage, J Q..................Portland, O. .Eclectic Medical College, Cincinnati, 1876. Aldrich, E W ....................Huntington. ....... ... Eclectic Medical College, Cincinnati, 1881. Austin, S H.....................Lewisburg................. Medical College of Virginia, 1866. Austin, C N................ .....Lewisburg ..................Cleveland Medical College, 1856. Anderson, G L................. Bellaire, 0..................Starling Medical College, Ohio, 1854. Arnett, JR.....................Aurora...... .................Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, Balt., 1882. Ashby, T A..................... ..Baltimore, Md............University of Maryland, 1873. Austin C L.......................Green Bank...............University of Maryland, 1882. Atkinson, A....................Baltimore, Md................ Aultz, A E....................... Young's Mills.............Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, Balt, 1883 Atkinson, CL C............. .Buffalo.. ......................Col of Physicians and Surgeons, Balt., 1884. Anderson, L B................. .Norfolk City.............. Medical Depot, Hampden Sidney Col., 1884. Ashbrooke, R L ............. .Calis .............. Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, Balt , 1887. Bates, W J....

..Wheeling.................. University of Pennsylvania, 1837. Bates, WJ Jr................. ..Wheeling...................Miami

..............Miami Medical College, 1872. Baird, Geo ....................... Wheeling................... University of Pennsylvania, 1852. Baguley, H B...............

......... Wheeling... ........... Medical College of Ohio, 1881. Birney, T P....... ........ Wheeling...

.Cin. Col. of Medicine and Surgery, 1879. Bullard, RH. ..... Wheeling...

.Medical College of Ohio, 1877. Boyce, J M................ Hannibal, O.............. Medical College of Ohio, 1878. Burwell, Philips..............Parkersburg............... Washlngton University, Baltimore, 1872. Bruce, G W ....................Moundsville............... University of Pennsylvania, 1848. Beaumont, G L............. .New Cumberland ...... Eclectic Medical Inst., Cincinnati, 1869, Bonar, Chas W............... West Liberty............. Miami Medical College, 1878. Brues, Thos...................... Wheeling................. University of Maryland. Bradford, PS...................St Marys....................Jefferson Medical College. 1855. Bailey, W J .....................Jane Lew.................... Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1881. Bland, W J..................... Weston....... ............... University of Louisville, 1842. Bland, B С...................... West Union.............. Kentucky School of Medicine. 1877.

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Bond, O G................. Rockford....................Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, Palt., 1879.
Batson, A F.....................New Salem.................University of Maryland, 1881.
Bowcock, J W .............. ..Clarksburg..................Jefferson Medical College, 1850.
Bowcock, J W ............ Clarksburg.................Jefferson Medical College, 1879.
Brown, RL P....... .Morgantown.............Jefferson Medical College, 1881.
Boone, J S.................... Powhattan.................Cin, Col. of Medicine and Surgery, 1872.
Bartlett, E P...................Marietta, O.................Bellevue Medical College, 1875.
Brownson, E S.................Peel Tree................... Berkshire Medical College, 1859.
Bryan, C P............. .........Academy..................Jefferson Medical College, 1855.
Blair, J P..........................Buckhannon ...... ......Cin. Col. Medicine and Surgery, 1861.
Butler, M S.......................Hedgesville............... University of Maryland, 1874.
Beall, Wm .......................Berkeley Springs...... National Medical College (D. C.) 1846.
Buck, T H........................Leetown....................University of Louisville, 1848.
Baker, N D........................Martinsburg... ..... .... University of Maryland, 1868.
Bates, S A.....................Middleway............... .Jefferson Medical College, 1847.
Brown, WW....................Kabletown................. Washington University, Baltimore, 1873.
Border, D W ...................Kearneysville...........Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1875.
Butler, C TV S.................Shepherdstown.........University of Maryland, 1874.
Bzington, F.....................Charlestown............... University of Georgetown (D. C.), 1858.
Brownfield, J A .............Fairmont ......... .........Jefferson Medical College, 1878.
Barnett, A B................. Pruntytown............... University of Maryland, 1879.
Brock, L S..... ............. Morgantown............. .Jefferson Medical College, 1874.
Bomberger, G L...............Irondale......................University of Pennsylvania, 1865.
Boggs, C D.................

...Franklin.....................Jefferson Medical College, 1859.
Berkley, B F... ..............Romney ..................... Louisville Medical College, 1844.
Butler, G W ................. ... Webster .....................University of Maryland, 1882.
Barbee, A R ....... Pt. Pleasant............... University of Pennsylvania, 1851.
Beckwith, s W .......... .Ravenswood.............. Miami Medical College, 1878.
Brown, H M............... .Union ........................Col. of Physicians and Surg

..Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, Balt., 1878. Barksdale, W L............... Union ........................ Jefferson Medical College, 1853, Barton, CC.....................Addison, O................. Louisville Medical College, 1877. Beardsley, A J.. ................Huntington............... Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1870. Buffington, ES. ............Huntington..............Jefferson Medical College, 1872. Beard, S C........................ Lewisburg..................University of Virginia, 1853. Blubaugh, C B.................Hinton .......................University of Maryland, 1880. Butt, A H........................ Indian Creek............ Medical College of Virginia, 1858. Black, CA.................... ..Fire Creek................. Vanderbilt University of Tenn., 1879. Buyess, G R................. ..Wayne C H............... Louisville Medical College, 1872. Bee, Isaiah ........

.Princton ................. .Cleveland Medical College, 1860. Baker, Bascam ............. .St. George..................Col. of Physicians and surgeons, Ba

Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, Balt , 1882. Bow cock, CM.. .........Clarksburg....... ..Jefferson Medical College, 1882. Bryan, H H.....................Academy ...................Jefferson Medical College, 1882. Bryan, R E...

.......Academy..........

............ ..Jefferson Medical College, 1882. Bickle, W H. ................Pt. Pleasant....

.......... Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, Balt., 1882 Beard, W C..

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Alderean... ............... Vanderbilt University, Tenn., 1852. Barber, T L.................... .Charleston................ University of Pennsylvania, 1882. Baird, R M....................... Wheeling................... Harvard University, 1882. Baillie, N A Jr...............Paint Creek...............Col. Physicians and Surgeons, 1882. Brown. L G ................. ..Huntington...............Eclectric Med. University,Cincinnati, 1882. Bishop, J C............... .Middleport, 0............ University of Wooster, 1869. Brown, A C............ Huntington............... University of Pannsylvania, 1870. Burdette, J S Jr...... Charleston................. Medical College of Ohio, 1883. Bartholow, R.....

Philadelphia, Penn.. University of Maryland, 1852. Brinton, J H............. Philadelphia, Penn..Jefferson Medical College, 1852. Bolton, J W W .......... ..Palatine.. ...................University of Maryland. 1883. Blum, R....

..Wheeling .................. University Tubingen, Germany, 1849. Belleville, J E................ ..Wheeling ................. Boston Univ. sch'l of Med. (Home ,) 1883. Bennett, F M ................. ..Hinton... ...................Medical College of Virginia.

..Frankfort Springs.... University of city New York, 1880. Burwell, W H.................Parkersburg ..............Jefferson Medical College, 1881. Barker, D H................... Revesville.................. Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, Balt, 1885. Banfield, J C...................Huntington............... Eclectic School of Med. Cincinnati, 1885. Burchinal, L N...............Manington...............University of Maryland, 1886,

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