1 edition of history of the medical profession of the county of Ontario found in the catalog.
history of the medical profession of the county of Ontario
Cover title: Doctors of Ontario County.
|Other titles||Doctors of Ontario County.|
|Statement||edited by T.E. Kaiser under the auspices of the Ontario County Medical Association.|
|Contributions||Kaiser, Thomas E., 1863-1940., Ontario Medical Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
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THE MEDICAL PROFESSION IN ONTARIO COUNTY. The medical profession of Ontario county has preserved but little of its early history, and while there are a few meager records from which we may learn the proceedings of the general and local societies that have been formed, there are no data upon which can be based a faithful history of the developments of the profession.
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Researchers. Tlic Medical Profession of Ontario is hereW incorporated under tlio name and Htyle of " Tlio College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario," and shall liave a corporate seal ; and every person registered according to the provisions of the Act twenty- nine Victoria, chapter thirty-four, and the Acts ameiu'ing the same, shall be, and is hereby.
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