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October 15, 1887

Transactions of the Ninth International Medical Congress.

JAMA. 1887;IX(16):500. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400150020007

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Abstract

—The Executive Committee while in session in Washington adopted the following resolutions that may be of interest to many of our readers:

"Resolved, That all papers read, and the manuscript reports of all discussions, and all illustrations, must be handed in to the Secretary-General before November 1, 1887, in order to secure a place in the Transactions.

"Resolved, That notice be given that the price of the Transactions shall be fixed at $10, to those persons desiring to purchase, and that such persons be requested to send their names, with the amount, not later than November 1, to Dr. E. S. F. Arnold, Newport, Rhode Island, the Treasurer."

Gleditschine, not Stenocarpine, is the proper name of the new local anæsthetic mentioned editorially in The Journal of September 17. The Gleditschia triacanthos, or thorny locust is the tree from which it is obtained.

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