Person NameScottish Volunteer Medical Officers' Association; 1896-1938
ActivityThe Scottish Volunteer Medical Officers' Association was formed in 1896 to promote the interests of the Volunteer Medical Service and to establish a School of Instruction for Volunteer Medical Officers. The Council consisted of 10 members and a President, Vice-President, Treasurer and two Secretaries, all to be elected annually. After the Annual Meeting the members dined together. The Association organised a competition for the Ambulance Trophy, which included: First Aid; Stretcher Drill; and General Knowledge. In 1938, following the formation of the Territorial Army, the Association was wound up and the trophy was given to the Military Museum at Edinburgh Castle.
Corporate NameScottish Volunteer Medical Officers' Association
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