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Illinois Army and Navy Medical Association.

Edward P. Bartlett
JAMA. 1891;XVII(17):650. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410950038009.
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Editor Journal of Am. Med. Assoc'n.  —At the meeting of the Army and Navy Medical Association, held in Chicago, October 7th and 8th, the following resolution was offered and unanimously adopted, viz.:Whereas, In view of our high esteem for Dr. John H. Rauch, as a medical officer of the United States Army during the war of the Rebellion, as a gentleman of worth and culture, and for his most efficient services as a member of the Illinois State Board of Health, whereby the sanitary conditions of the State and Nation have been greatly improved, the standard of medical education elevated, and the interests of profession and people most thoroughly guarded, therefore,Resolved, That we hereby express our regret that so efficient a member of the Board of Health of the State of Illinois, should have retired from that body. No more active, efficient, earnest worker, can be found among

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