Meriam, Horatio C., D.M.D. Professional Atmosphere and Morals; or Patents and Secrets vs. Liberal Profession. Address delivered before The New York Ondontological Society, March 19, 1889 at New York Academy of Medicine. New York: Self, 1889. First Thus.
Presumed printed at New York. "Reprinted 1889" on the title page. Tipped in slip, printed “Compliments of the Author,” and in script, “Salem, Mass.” Signed on the fep, “F. W. Payne, April 2, 1910.” Hardcover, old ex lib markings, 6 x 9, 23 clean pages. Good. Hardcover. 
First printed in Transactions of the New York Odontological Society in 1889. The author is calling for honest yand integrity in the dental profession, and names medical suppliers and specific individuals in his discussion of unethical and unprofessional behavior and business practices.
Horatio Cook Meriam (1849-1911), a native of Massachusetts. He was Clinical Instructor of Operative Dentistry (1884-1885), and Instructor in Operative Dentistry (1884-1888), at the Dental School of Harvard University.