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October 5, 1907

WHAT SHOULD BE THE RELATIONS OF PHARMACISTS AND PHYSICIANS?

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BOWLING GREEN, KY.

JAMA. 1907;XLIX(14):1163-1165. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.25320140009001b
Abstract

Hailing from the state which gave Lawrence Smith, Shaffer and C. Lewis Deihl to the pharmaceutical world, I feel it to be a distinguished honor to present myself as a fraternal delegate from the American Medical Association to this, the leading pharmaceutical organization in this country, and to be the bearer to you of its most cordial greetings. But this does not include all of my mission; I am here in a dual capacity, with duties more important and delicate, as I understand them, than the pleasant and more or less perfunctory ones of a mere fraternal delegate. I am here by special invitation of your secretary to explain and to give the reasons for certain criticisms of your fraternity embraced in my official report to our Association at its recent meeting in Atlantic City. In other words, as he so kindly and courtesly expresses it, "For a heart-to-heart talk

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