The Governor was finishing his reply to the short speech of the surgeon-general.
It was enlivened, however, by a communication from the surgeon-general, proposing to send surgeons to vaccinate all the members.
Their courage and devotion to duty were mentioned in the surgeon-general's report.
Their situation has been surgically and medically recorded in the surgeon-general's official reports.
He says he had an order from the surgeon-general; but what right had he to give such orders?
Dr. John Cochran was appointed by Washington surgeon-general of the army.
I know not what response will be made; but our surgeon-general recommends an inspection and report.
After fighting their way through these obstacles, the committee met with a misfortune in the death of surgeon-general Lawson.
The surgeon-general superintends the army hospitals, and the distribution of medical stores for the army.
But at no time did it seek to usurp any of the functions of the surgeon-general's office of the army—on the contrary.
Surgeon General n. pl. Surgeons General
The chief general officer in the medical departments of the U.S. Army, Navy, or Air Force.
The chief medical officer in the U.S. Public Health Service or in a state public health service.