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Proceedings of the American Association of Anatomists. Forty-seventh Session. Northwestern University Medical School Chicago Illinois April 2 3 and 4 1931

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
O F ANATOMISTS
FORTY-SEVENTH SESSION
Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, Illittois,
April 2, 3, and 4 , 1931
THURSDAY,
APRIL2, 1931
10.00 a.m. The Forty-seventh Session of the American
Association of Anatomists was called to order by VicePresident Edgar Allen, who announced the appointment of
the following committees :
Auditimg Committee: Professor Wm. F. Windle, Chairman; Professor 0. F. Kampmeier.
Nominutifig Committee: Professor C. M. Jackson, Chairman; Professor Charles R. Stockard, Professor P. E. Smith.
The remainder of the session was devoted to the presentation of scientific papers.
FRIDAY,
APRIL3, 1931
Association Business Meeting, with Vice-President Edgar Allen presiding. The Secretary reported that
the minutes for the forty-sixth session were printed in full
in The Anatomical Record, volume 45, no. 4, pp. 293-298,
inclusive. On motion, seconded and carried, the minutes
of the forty-sixth session were approved by the Association
as printed in The Anatomical Record.
12 moofi.
149
THE ANATOMICAD RECORD, VOL. 49, NO. 2
150
.AMERICAN ASSOCIATION O F ANATOMISTS
Report of the Treasurer: The Treasurer made the following report for the year 1930:
Balaiice on hand, December 31, 1929 (last audit of accounts) .$1,161.09
Receipts from dues and abstracts, 1930.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 549.92
Interest on deposits :
4/24/30 ...................................
5/29/30 ...................................
11/28/30
..................................
$ 8.67
2.17
19.23
30.07
Total credits ..................................
$1,741.08
Expenditures for 1930 :
Postage ...........................................
$ 40.00
Wistar Institute (abstracts, Anat. Rec.) ...............
81.00
Printing and stationery ............................
41.34
Secretarial services .................................
50.00
Local committee on arrangements (Charlottesville) ..... 150.00
Traveling expenses-Secretary (Charlottesville) . . . . . . .
25.96
Programs-International
Anatomical Congress .........
18.50
P r o g r a m s 4 6 t h Session ............................
75.00
Total expenditures
.............................
Balance on hand, December 31, 1930
.............
481.80
$1,259.28
Deposited in the name of the American Association of Anatomists, in the
Lincoln-Alliance Bank & Trust Co., Rochester, New York.
Report of the Auditing Committee: Professor Wm. F.
Windle reported for the Auditing Committee as follows :
“The undersigned have examined the books of the SecretaryTreasurer for the year 1930, and have found his statement
to be coi-rect.”
[Signed]
WM. F. WINDLE,
OTTOF. KAMPMEIER.
On motion, duly seconded, the reports of the Treasurer
and of the Auditing Committee were accepted and adopted.
Election o f officers: Professor Harvey 0. Jordan, Chairman of the Committee on Nominations for 1931, placed before
the Association the following nominations for office :
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151
For Members of the Executive Committee : Professor
Paul S. McKibben, of the University of Southern California,
and Professor Edward F. Malone, of the University of
Cincinnati.
On motion, seconded and carried, the Secretary was instructed to cast a ballot for the election of the above named,
with terms of office as specified in the Constitution of the
Association.
New Members. The Secretary presented the following
names recommended by the Executive Committee for election
t o membership in the Association:
ASDJXLL,SYDNEY
ARTHUR,Ph.D., Assistant Professor in Charge of Physiology of
Reproduction, State College of Agriculture, Cornell University, Zthaca, N . P.
VON BONIN,
GEEHARDT,M.D., Associate in Anatomy, University of Illinois, College of Meaicine, 1817 W e s t Polk St., Chicago, I l l .
CHARLES,CECILM., A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant, Department of Anatomy, Washington University School of Hedicine, S t . Louis, Mo.
COLE, ARCH EVAN,A.B., Ph.D., Instructor, Anatomy Department, University of
Louisville, Louisville, Eentucky.
Cow, HAROLD H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry, University
of California, and Assistant Animal Husbandman, Experiment Station of
the College of Agriculture, Davis, Calif.
EDWARDS,
L I N D E F.,
~ Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Ohio State University
College of Medicine, Hamilton Hall, Columbus, Ohio.
FLEXNEB,
LOUISBARXHOUS~,
S.B., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Johns B o p k i n s
Medical School, Baltimore, M d .
FRASFSL,
Doms A., Ph.D., Assistant in Anatomy, University of Pennsylvania
School of Medicine, Philadelphza, Pa.
GEORGE,RUGQLES
K E R ~B.A.,
,
M.B., D.P.H., Assistant in Department of Anatomy,
University of Toronto, Toronto 5 , Canada.
GKODINSKT,MANUEL, B.Sc., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University
of Nebraska, College of Medicine, 4ind and Dewey Ave., Omaha, Neb.
HALL,BYRONE., Teaching Fellow in Anatomy, University of Minnesota Nedical
School, Minneapolis, Minn.
INGRAM,
W. R., Ph.D., Instructor in Neurology, Northwestern University Medical
School, Institute of Neurology, 303 E . Chicago Ave., Chicago, Ill.
KRAFKA,
JOSEPH,JR., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Medical Department, University of Georgia, Augusta,.Ga.
LUCAS,MIRJAMS c o w , Ph.D., Instructor in Cytology, Washington University
School of Medicine, S t . Louis, M o .
MCFALI,, CLAUDEM., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, School of Histology
and Embryology, Universitg of Virginia, Charlottesville, V a .
MrKINNEY, ROSCOEL., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Howard Universif y, Washington, D. C.
152
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION O F ANATOMISTS
I’RATT,
JEAN PAUL,M.D., Surgeon in Charge of Division of Gynecology and
Obstetrics, iqenry Ford Hospital, Detroat, Mach.
R C G ~ SJAMES
,
B., A.M., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Unzveisaty of
Louravzlle, School of Medzcme, Louesvalk, Kentucky.
SHEARER,EDWI
v M., Ph.D., Instructor i n Anatomy, New York University and
Bellevue Hospital Medical College, Twenty-saxth S t . and Ftrst Ave., New
Pork Czty.
WILLIAMS,GEORGE D., A.B., A.M., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy,
Washzngton Unaversaty School of Medtczne, S t . Louts, Mo.
WILLIAMS,ROY GRIFFIN, A.B., A.M., M.D., Department of Anatomy, Unzverstty
of Pennsylvanza School of Medzczne, Phzladelphza, Pa.
WILLIAMS,STEPHEN
CULVER,Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Y e d z c a l Department,
Unaverszty of Pelznsylvanaa, Phaladelphza, Pa.
ZECHEL,GUSTAV,M.D., Associate in Anatomy and Surgery, University of Illinois
College of Medicine, l S l 7 W e s t Polk St., Chzcago, Ill.
On motion, the Secretary was instructed to cast a ballot for
all candidates proposed by the Executive Committee.
M e w bers Resiguzed: The Secretary announced the following names of members who have resigned since the last
meeting :
JOHN
CAMEEON.
W. F. HE~~MLS~.
F. W. STIWART.
HENRYBAYON.
Place of N e z t Meetiuzg. It was announced that the Executive Committee had decided to hold the forty-eighth annual
session oE the Association at the College of Physicians and
Surgeons, Columbia University, New York City, on the three
days immediately preceding the next Easter (March 24, 25,
and 26, 1932).
Dues f o r the Y e a r 1931. The Executive Committee recommended that the dues for the year 1931 be set at $1.00 per
member. This recommendation of the Executive Committee
was adopted by t,he Association.
Payment t o Local Committee. I n accordance with the
policy established by the Association at the f orty-third session, it was moved and seconded that the Treasurer be
authorized to pay the sum of $150.00 from the general funds
of the Association to the Local Committee 011 Arrangements
at the Northwestern University Medical School for the purpose of defraying the cost of entertainment of the Association
during the present f orty-seventh session.
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153
Representatives of d s s o c i a t i o ~ On
~ reconimendation of the
Executive Committee, the Association voted to continue the
following appointments of representatives : Delegates to the
Council of the American Association for the Advancement
of Science, Professor J. Playfair McMurrich, Professor
Harold D. Senior ; representative on the Commission on
Standardization of Biological Stains, Professor Harvey E.
Jordan ; representative to the Division of Medical Sciences
of the National Research Council, Professor J. Parsons
Schaeffer ; delegate to the Union of Biological Societies,
Dr. Henry H. Donaldson.
Committee o n I?zterNational Anatowbical Congress. It was
stated on behalf of the Committee that its final report was
published in The Anatomical Record, volume 45, supplement
of February 25, 1931. On motion by Professor J. 11. Bremer,
of the Committee, duly seconded and carried, the Treasurer
was directed to transmit to the chairman of the local committee of the International Congress at Amsterdam the sum
of $100 as the contribution of the American Association of
Anatomists toward the expenses of the Congress.
New Business. Dr. H. H. Donaldson reported to the Association regarding the present need of greater support, by
the Association, of the publication Biological Abstracts. On
motion by Dr. G. L. Streeter, duly seconded and carried, the
Treasurer was directed to transmit to the Union of Biological
Societies the sum of $100 as evidence of the interest of the
Association in the Biological Abstracts.
The Secretary reported the submission, for action at the
forty-eighth session, of two amendments to the Constitution
providing for the addition of a Second Vice-President to the
present officers of the Association.
After a brief discussion regarding the advisability of
instituting a form of associate membership in the Association, Professor L. B. Arey and Professor B. H. Willier were
appointed by the Vice-president as a committee to consider
the matter and t o report upon it to the Association.
On motion, the business session then adjourned.
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AMERICAN ASSOCISTION OF ANATOMISTS
SATURDAY,
APRIL4, 1931
Concluding business session. A short business
meeting followed the morning scientific sessions. The Secretary reported that there was no unfinished business.
Resolution of Appreciation. Professor F. L. Landacre presented the following resolution:
12 noon.
Resolved:
That the members of the American Association of Anatomists
desire t o express to the authorities of Northwestern University Medical School
and to our colleagnes of the Departments of Anatomy and Neurology, our warm
appreciation of the cordial hospitality and effectiveness with which the fortyseventh sessioia has been welcomed. It has been a real pleasure t o inspect the
unique plan of the Medical School in operation and t o observe the facilities
f o r research in anatomy. We are under deep obligation to the Local Committee
for their considerateness and hospitality.
Moved, seconded, and unanimously voted.
On motion, the session adjourned.
GEORGE
W. CORNER,
Secretary of the Forty-seventh Session of
the American Association of Anatomists.
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