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It was a happy innovation inaugurated three years ago by the Section on Ophthalmology to collect all papers read at its meetings and to republish them, after they were published in the Journal of the Association, as the "Transactions of the Section."
In the present volume we miss the familiar names of some members who in the past had been among the most active workers, and who always had something interesting and instructive to present to the meetings; but on the other hand it is gratifying to note the number of new contributors; for this is a hopeful sign of the growing interest taken by the ophthalmologists all over the land in the work of the Ophthalmological Section of the Association.
There were thirty-three papers read in this Section at Milwaukee, and although they are not all of the highest grade of excellence, every one interested in ophthalmology will find
Addresses, Papers and Discussions. JAMA. 1894;XXII(6):203. doi:10.1001/jama.1894.02420850031020