College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Office of the Secretary.

The office of the secretary of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia was created during the organization of the College in 1787. The secretary is the appointed officer of record. His original duties were to record the minutes and transactions of the College and preserve its documents and correspondence. In 1834, the secretary was also empowered to keep lists of the fellows and provide them with certificates of membership.

In 1863, the responsibility for notifying officers and committee members of election or appointment devolved upon the secretary. An annual report on the fellowship became part of the secretary's responsibilities in 1870.


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