The Council met at 7 p.m., May 1, 1922, at the Hotel Washington, with the following present: Doctors Butler, Siler, Ransom, members of the Council, Doctors Dock, Nichols, and Simon, advisory members, and Dr. Swan, past president.
Doctor Swan on behalf of the Committee of the Society appointed to cooperate with the Gorgas Memorial Institute of Tropical Medicine, consisting of Doctors Lambert, Meyer, Elliott, Thayer and Shattuck, reported that the committee had recently begun work but would have no definite report to make at this meeting. The committee was continued.
The following amendments to the By-Laws submitted to the Council in March, 1922, of which notice was mailed to members April 20, were adopted.
The provision in Article I of the By-Laws limiting the number of active members shall be amended to read as follows:
The number of active members shall be limited to 300. (This change raises the limit from 200 to 300.)