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i a advaucoiTo Dollars an
q-Qpeiatiejiofi iths, o
ior tthe' eid ol the year.
a ati tied atl al . aruge
140q); insre7 ots. pe, '
Ved" or e& sequbioqiient: insorton;
er niondo li marked
Attisem, rtlorey will be publish
!W t,), ordeied to-be discontinued, and
a' . Dollar rsquare for"a single in
d ge s alaingle
-mo 0thly.8thesame asew
61is'ridinhinetid: i Cind. t
diesa flpbl ocesk or trust-or- puffing!.
thi itlons e -hrrged as Advertise
..7 1sWl&tiA'bbtjlitit'bs paid to in'
'ag beenthadec66ncerning the, objects of'
tIn ihCarIna Medical Associalon
~knihcii irik9 can be ans'vered
reading before the people
tp rodeedings, offer'
1 n Unyour Jnurmdn-a
fo eavowed purpose
luangiafrmation onall subjects. In
--pinPqol Sumter frel -Interest.
Th oourse'comies the more nee.
&4w wfthn 'iniIeitruc.
T. Iso4 prevalent throughout
1%.4 'diring the pnst yenr. -A
CIL - I'V1will.iot fuil- to convince
ht'lid.ia our o7ec~r, de.
r qsPa remprstl:in the
oonfer. ' favour, by
ptes upont pub.
U y r humble
-n tary of the
L6d q asocia
-aBiief, but eloqaient address, in
he ot upon thencoaitin..-of
euifraged the rnemfirs to
ohns, in acecompli.hing the
!Act 0ns'of the' Board of
i 1 I h-e past year were then
aeleoian-of Counsellors being the
Vtfitsineia-s in,46rder, Dr. Holebk!
o ithe followirg.
~sv/, Tihatas the requisite numr
Co District< societies have not heep;
e i the Fellows of the Associa-1
nwip~vl iho same rule For the appointment of
NWVountiellors prevail for the next year,
which -yas adopted at the last Annual
The Reports or Committees being
calledsror Dr. Dematiisure, Chairman of
166hna Committee to ascertain the nutmber or
I hiatpiI, 4i-Onsed .and Unauthoriaed
raotitiQuere in the State,. Reported that
*.anhenter'information had not been re.
elived from'all the Districts of' the State,
tilat elsten districts only had been fully
~~prted.- Tbe Report as presented wvas
ptd, 'inti the Cominittee directed to
itiqe'their labors the next Year.
G aillard moved that the Associa.
1.ip jskea recess at' 12 o'clock, to allowv
*thorrepresentatives of the several districts
.to retIrer and 'eleot their Counsellors.
<a2The alterations 'of' -the Bylawvs being
~tyg der, Dr. Gaillard proposedn.ev.
egglalterlois .and amendlmenats, which
feeste: 4iiud'to the Board of' Counsel
loras, wvho thea retired to consider the
itjshc President appointed Dr. Mayes,
T~'he Rdpo rt of the Committee on in.
d gi& Medical Botany, being called
pr, Jr.,Poreller. read a report, which
.residopted, and the Committee directed
jp~opntimue-their labours the next year.
-Dr."Poroher stated that several vacan.
3eiow- lad'occoorod in the Commit tee In the
46di%' of theoyear, and on the suggestion
af fy'."D P~~a the President was di
So t'supiin then at his leisure.
0ing 12'oIo, tho Ansociation took
~~seeplr e opurpose of allowilng the
meimbers to elect. their Counsellors.
The -Association- reassembled at 12
:'.The report of' the Counsellors on the
- altrtn~'or Sylaws proposed by Dr.
~eidr#i biing'dal led far, Dr'.,.Cof1in, the
'edl'd or h6 .Boprd, made a: report
lkoi~ a pied, by tijo Asasocia tion.
;h"fottriof' 1 o'olook/havipg arriy.
r. ,Waggt movedl that. l- bttsiness
be~ukandd~or the purposot of' hearing .
,he .knnverhary Oration.
.46JgGk1i fthe Anniversasry Oratorl
~ ~,&~~d~au"Able had eloqudint is.
48wns then red a comi.
hesti t mak b mu~ ~J
Wle. afn ieportid thoeieti
Nar. Adopted. "
Dr. Simons ivedItihfilloing2 ,'Q.
'Reabltad; hataa CO&nmaluwe ' dl I
tenbeis, '(tobeappoirnted tAthe7,1iettri i
if the 'Ptesident,) be apiointed'to attend '.i
be -neit- session of 'the, Legisuee, to
4ge upon.thatIBody, the qiptctyef
PractiuAl system, for hregigatio 9
a* th,.Mriesa eta h
was adoptel.' heappomtnnt'1
Oelors as th~en mado
A discussion-hiving 'afisrni"el1i to
he tiht 6f'districts 'not' ienit - td
hitse Cunsellor,' -De.l M n wVed'td
suspind. the rude, in order o'mav
the following resblutipn:
Rcolucd, That. the :nominations of
Counsellors made be cofirned, and. that
in the district, whera no nominatipns hive
been na d, the counsellors elected for, d
latyear, bn'ontinued'fo- the ensiin
Wili rrso.lutiIn' *ins idt0d
Dr. John Davis moved. he' folloit.
Whereas; C.ngress havin p .'pa, a
law for the suppression -of the.irnporiatito
of impure and inert drugs,-has veitd"lin
the Treasury Department the powerrand
duty of appointing an Inspactor of drugis
fhr the .ditlerent ports and, ,
. Whereas; an In.pector has been ap
pointed for the' Port.of ChUrlwston, w'hos
acquaintance with the science of Mdi6ine
seems not tb besufficient to'gouraifee the
faithful enforcement of the said Law;
Resolved,'By- the Medidial assoiation io
South Camlina, that the treasury depart.
ment belit'f mdrnd of thin matteroaand urg.
ed to hatige the 'appointment, so as to
insure the 'aithful di.-oharge of -the
duty enjoine d, by the Law; and further
Rcoled, That the officers of t ',as
sociation be chargopd. with tin: yo
o6 ferring wiih the Trbas rent
on tha 'sNOf at their 'onvel
Theiin ini't f*Dr' uit
cities, learing that a gentleman had bien
appointed Inspector for the Port of Chard
leston, who wasq totally incompet6nt 1
diiOhargo 'the duties of his Offlce, had.
written to their Houses in Europe to send
their drugs through Cliarleston..
Dr. Mackay stated that the Physiciansof
Charleston had already sent their protest
to the.Treasury department against tIm'
appointment, but that the departenrt had
taken no notice whatover of it; lie moved
therefore that the subject he brought both
beforo Congress and the Secretary of the
Treasury--which amendment was accep.
ted by Dr. Davis.
Dr. Davis' resolution, so amended, was
Dr. Brunch oflered the following pream.
ble and resolut ions:
Whereas; in accordance with the joint
recommenudation of the South Carolina I t
Medical Association, tihe American Medi
cul Association and the Now York Col
lege of Pharmacy, Congressq has with a
prom'ptit ude worthy of the wisdom of thnt
B~ody, pnssednalaw for the suppression of
the importaton of spurious, adulteratedC
mad inert drugs; and whereas, the most
tlarming developments have been exposed
by an investigation, made by Dr. Ed.
wards who was appointed hv the Treasurv
rlepartment to inqcuire into' thue practical
aperation of that lawv of Congress, and
who, after spending five weeks in the
:ities of Boston, Newv York, Philadeol.
phia and Baltimore, actually ascertain.
ad that from the first of .July Inst until
ho first of .January 1840,' 13015.lbs
f Rhubarb hkd been'rejected. 3440 Ii's
af Opium, 7205 lbs of Jalan, 1414 ba of,
Gambouge, 1400 ihs of Sen'nn, 30095 ihn
Peruvian Bark. 3003 of lodine, arnd 1704
lbs of Gum Myrrh hadl be-en rejected as
worthless; and wvhereas, weo have no do~ubt
lhat if such an act wans made to iniclude
N~ostrumns of every diescription, resuhts a
bundred times more aberming wvould he
broughit to light; anid whereas, wve are
tatisfiedi that ini order to perfect this s-s
em, it is indispennhly necnssatry to brinug
State as wvell us Unite-d Slates nction to
uear upon the business; therefore bo~ it,
Resolved by the South Carolina Medi.
3r1 Association, that a Committe-a consin.
ing of the Cha rleston delegation (of which
mof. Moultrie slindl he chnirman) he ap. E
ointedl to memorialize the legislature on
Resolved, That this Committee he ha.
tructed to urge on thue Legislature, the
~reat necessIty of having a suitable In.
pector (of domestic drugs) appointed for h
he City of Charleston.
Resolved, That this Committee he also C
nstrueteda place the business of Nos. p
rum VendinB In a very prominent light
aefore the legislature. e
'Reaolved,.That 500 copIes of the Re.
ort of Dr. Edwvardse be published for cir.L a
ulation; and-that the sorotarybe. iqntirtw.
ht1 fitii iteridoby th68 .1 IMedie'al V
M trbistBr ha atbhhnient of ani
rarsyalhodiierted inaoni prpso'andl
ine-d overi, thde aformentioned Ben.i
-vo8ntilooIety 11 -1
.9r;fWy.11. in smorne ry forcihte re
narks opposed the reso ,tonibutstated
hqit he. was 4es(rai o lomin1ng a mem
>rn of thai socity.
D 1. r i de1 1V eraris ex
~odfiii ohjt~ee t ihe Medilal
efhdtin06ietyind &ontuded by oy.
osing th'et irkthsfer of-fridsebntemplated
y thear s rolilih. -
Dr. Villiata..move4 that'theaubject
erefetrq'g to the ,Boisd~of Couisellors.
DBn h alpte~i.hnn the; Qhject 'he
ad inview hmd * heen arected;he had,
y he resolutio :intended dnly to )ring
o ofilce of ihe asoa x
o lf iuh ti.sdelety, andoneluded by
withdraving th Wresolltionq .
Dr. Wylio moved that tie coanitution
)f thi ewyifrAW,1R4Aliefr nf'!the Wid.
tws ofiMedical uienIn South Carolina be
read; The Constitution. of' 7that society
was then read by Dr Jervey Several
memer o othe a uspointion tlien Aigned the.
dm'tt4iion of thio Mdical enevolent
Dr o1rro. iw ivdd that the rport of
Dr Barritof AbNlleon the M die d
Botany of that-District should be published.
Dr Rmarrai-stated that the .Report was
too incompletletn go in its . present shape
before thePublic, how-ished it-first to un
dergp superv * 1 y tihe Chairrnn of the
Committee oridigenous Medi C al Bota
Dr.. rrcher w4 illing to i o fur.
ther arid more complete. reports to be made
beobre he htult prtdeeed to inco ae[
tiiose thiathad- n n idT Fnili
H~rtOFidiitith iss_1 h. t
of the inmmittee: i-,igy
port of Medicianulpldtt oT that distifict.
Ije hopedto. re"eive further epcirts
from other,..nembors of the-Comittee be.
fore he would..prepare hir report . on. the
Indigenous Medical Botany of the State.
Dr. ' Branch considered tie question as
)ne of great importance and wished that
Imple ilme be allowed thie Committee to
Ma ke fn1l reports.
Dr. Morrow's resolution was not adop.
ed. Dr. Miller of Lexington ofiered the
Resolved, That the thanks of the South
.amlhinu Medical association are due to ihe
Prcsident and Directors of the S. C. Rail i
Road- Company, for the courtesy exteinded
o its members; and ihat the secretary
ransmi. a copy of thi resolution to the
resident of the Compony. A'dnpted.
Dr. Mackey moved that fie thuaks of:
his association he tendered to Dr. P. C.
3aillard for the able and eloquent ad.
Iress delivered by him yesterday. Adopt.
Dr. Williams moved that tho thanks of
his ass'ociation he tendered to the Hoiird
f Trustees of the A pprentices' Library
oiety for the liberal grant of their HallI
or thE meeting of the association: Adop
There being no further btusine'ss before
On motion of Dr. Morrow, The asso.
D. J. C. CAIN,
J. A. MAYEs, Secretaries.
Thursday, Feb. 22nd, 184A0.
According to the Provisionsofthe By
aawW, the Boardi of C~ountsellors met im
nmdiiately 'aflher the adjournment so te
~asoeintion for the purpose of glecting
)flieers for the ensuing year. --
The following gentlemen were then I
'lected oflicers of the Association.
Dr. JAM ES MOULTRIE, President.
Dr. R. E. WYLIE,J
Dr. JOHN DOUGLASS, ( Secretaries.t
Dr. D). J. C. CAlI N, Rec~ording Secretary.
Dr. J. A. MA YES, Corresipondmng See'ry.
Dr. W. TI. WRAGG, Treasurer.
Dr. J. P. BARRATT', Orator for 1850.
Trho Board then adjouained
D). J. C. CA IN, t
J. A. MAYES, Secretaries.
From the Charleston Courier.
OUTHI.CAROLINA MEIDICAL1 AS.
The Anniversary meeting of the South
Tarolina Medical A ssociation was held at the p
lall ot the Apprentices' Library Society, on a
Vednesday, the 21st Febiruiary. The meet
ig was large and respectable--many mom- d
ara present being gentlemen of the Medical te
rotession from destant portions of the State. si
Ireat unanirmty of~ opinion and sentiment ft
revniled, and all seemed actuated by the one rr
otave--tha desire of doing something to et- rr
are the character of the Miedical profession
athe State or South Carolina. '
At one o'clock, the Anniversary Oration sj
'as delivered by Dr. P. C. Gaullard, an abie
id eloquts produetin and which reflent. rh
AptOf iI i
0i a tyae ";i.co654
ied oho Hittl of thi SuthaC'olg isl
y, a .ro autnpiuous eentertalinment b'
ioop reti by th9 Stewar-s1of. Aiotla,
lot, si ch was sereda up ~nIe's usui
Si ut0'alyle -t~o'u iedied
t ereladeted around tdh i b oi bo d7
nitih aI hilarity prevailed the entire A
]in I f lib un.
9.n' uR4 t i Othe naitydhtiLv
ip ar~ mnmutes. .
Afte reio'val of tiwcloth the fo~I
ac iir n bo i oa g .r 4dnk
1. tehb Da
immbers, a'id .extqndipgu h s
rho pioneer's in the0adtUseof iedical ro
i the United Statess:ay theimpet b16
it has gen to this hoydment'be
paibd to jhe ihdividiia at6oS ourc
2.LL he braiOr ofhe hA.b
produida which w'",, e. t
day, that thedicat, e
N i!1.Rjtis Oqdly as wellast t
.a Cr ldoffii li>
-.-Whilstjthe world at Idlgs oe*
cupied h.politiial ahdsocial reforn, let u*
by h inioue and concerted action efre0
Ined.ic reform-'a consamnatioi most de
vout be Wished.L
VU oth Carolina Medical Associa.
tit ay it accomplish the purposes
S was ,insti~titqe, viZ: the suppreV4
fr yi.nd tii.levatiorNoftlo stauidad
of a ei iion'.
aician-Letthose who emploj
h "rthe honor that
is due fto him,fes'oes they maj have
of il Lord hath appointed him."
y t &hic.-. bi-rnch of- moral
K of,- tbL-A Irrgjo.~4u
Th on: The irst viwented steam tocon4
vey ttx orer the- world; tho latter, to coneyi
By Dr. D. A. Vogt, of Orangoburg.-8tle
xssto the Medical Reformatio.,
By Dr. G. Muller, of Lexington.-The
South Carolina Medical Association: May it'
:ontinue to prosper until - there 'will not be
left a singlo quack from the mountains twi the
sea board. .I. .
By Dr. J. D. Rdmph, of Orangebutrg.
The Importe-s of Drugs: Let them import
)uro drugs, or let pure drngs be given to the
mporters of spurious drugs.
By Dr. 1. 11. J.. Hook, of Orangoburg.-,
The Medical A ssociation and the oje it
n view, the dotenfalt of quackery:-..iay". we
>ersevere until we triumph.
By Dr. J. C. M'Kewn, of Charleston.-'
rur Port Physician: By his energy andiper
ieverance, he has, no> doubt,, protected the
ihores of Carolina from the invasion of
Clholera. - -
By Dr. W. F. Corly, of Loxington.-2The
Vedical Association: May it be.the neaisof
aimg the standard of medicine in South; Car-.
By Dr. HL. WKennerly ot'Orangeburg.
i'he Smukh Carolina Medical Associatin:
klay it inicrease in magnitude, as it advance.
ii a e.
-yDr. J1. WV. Keitt, of Orangeburg.-The
The Ladies too-God bless thern all4
Are anianbe as they are fair,
'Tis all ai joke aabout their il,
They are yet as pure as anweIs are,
WVhile solated by the.r wviling smile,
Our anxious cairee are huished to rest;
And udeath himself w i spare us wvhile
We are pallowed on their lovely breast.
By Dr. John Davas, oi A bbeville-Profeusor
rames Monttrie: Itis a source of great pleas
ire that we have so lavora ble an opportunity
a the present to return to-our distinguished
'resIidenit our uinleignied thanks for the in.
tuction so ably imparted to us during our
upitage. May he have long to enjoy honor.
tlearnoig, so justly his due.
By Dr. J. A. Manyes of Sumter-A heart
alt wish that we may all mecet again around
his festive board on the next anmiversamry.
By D~r. F. P'. P'ircher-Prof. Tuomeyj,our
iltate Osologist: liis able and valuable report
,ell largely contiribute to develope the natu
al resources of the Xtate, and to sustain her
a the position she desires to hold in the scion
By Dr. J. Branrh-Thae President and
)irectors of the 8. C. Rail Road: Tl hoy are
ntitled to our heartfelt'thanks for extending
:the menmbers of our Association theouse of
ioir road at half price.
By Dr. J. A. Mayes-TIhe motto of the
Lpprentices8' Lib'rary Society, "Non nobis sed
steris": We are acting not for ourselves
lone, hut also for the benefit of Posterity.
By Dr. J. C. Cain-Our honored Presi-.
mnt, Dr. James Moultrie: Whose endeavor.
I sustain the honor anid digniity of the Profee-.
on, and zeal in promoting its genoral wel
re are unsurp.assed. May he live to see
any, if not all, his hopes on the subject of
edical reform realized.
By, Dr. J. D. Rtumph, of .Omangburgy
he importers~ of spurious pund real drugs to
Numecrus wther toastq were given and
ank with muoh annlie bnt frafnc ainn
ve h -omet1ubse -4
have- anyF -0
.ton tCA.s#$w Atit sit~
Yor e4 i - '
Teriebe of 4deskn1!idi 1 A
count dance; 7le1i
itil yatire o-ilt Te a; V
ofhurery-tereeai re*$s# -ptly_
hcohling wife',%dr bh*iei a?tit~
Law is like d n ldn~
I 7j '- .r to -N
glan , a rt ci
in woofn the'wodd bdr.
the~~~T a'id ndmutvi so
Ib~jikte folwi ka0n
orltm ananrf ty jaars ilkill
them.sWfire nstped.~ T. ,
AW k94i9 F ~ 4 9 4
_____osti To j_1 ". _--..
wont rkn n of h~n#t a a -.
ofbohur wfeiera glstbfo14 -
in whike fneicahon etebtefi" i
gwi rand ato ! ie pei co
we hav hath, esreo nineve
wit Ge-.Dieof W arrn o
wmh rl pI f
dicatng and richered cogiant& gubitpies or
in decdedl gani- toansbepectoi of and
cottyntwhich we havee aeen.; ThWeioll
ate largi and more indant itera ttcpye
oin ptr ancye; mt *te flko i p atop.
erQadiinran the t on h cntb b dor
tered lithe bi gto in matdgree a
oe slta ib ere r e gasviiiti , pcua
an einghtoutano~ and prghuiGen.ifatuhel4
wh*sahgl iOERnATEigeTTn.-ian'rcea Ulan -
in hcash cu ticd the c ste p for t s W
and has found tsea of cutn 4Z!" i
muaraly proificn sOnx aotspeie eover.t
i heusad t p lsu of a nri c, itow.
wih Gn hunre poundaMitceno Waen -
ihtity-twoisipi anow ia h os t '4.w
wit accurt sexermentoimhe flfan t~ihttwln
dcTine otrin of~ thisrapet- qcpta sin-J
bove insmabcrtasi k blet
is decinedy sut speci eb tdat'a"df
tcoton wpiwe haie bever theon. The helM
arew larer~ and more' abnat ltrly ovr
Messrs~~. We anorfh
ge anhes; te -
Sandnan thte cott n pp Aikpd ar ,
Wahee nve gaitr e and
aus bste' have, e
ish gid aiithol d
try favineg no joit A in o -
woiis papbighy itll 1ita 'rctlpl
ter hts b cutvtdti.cttnfo-ieya
wn hhe hudet otd irsic thel be 6atn
o tirt a t
By a e experientshof